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Sega Bass Fishing 2
Game Profile

Sega Bass Fishing 2, the true sequel to the premiere Dreamcast fishing title, is set to totally redefine the virtual fishing experience. Specifically designed for the Sega Dreamcast console, SBF2 balances it's focus on fun and realism by replicating real-life lakes and their complete ecologies as well as adding a much anticipated 2 player mode.


First Impressions
Written by Bill Elder on 07/18/01
So far Sega Bass Fishing 2 has the potential to be a huge hit. With exciting fishing action, smarter artificial intelligence, realistic graphics, and the Sega name printed on the side, I don't see how Sega Bass Fishing 2 can fail to pass the original in e

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Wow Entertainment
GENRE: Sports
PLAYERS:   1-2
August 23, 2001
Sega Bass Fishing

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