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Reel Fishing: Wild
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Description

The more fish you catch, the better bait you get access to in this reward-based fishing experience. You'll begin with two types of lures, trying to use the crude forms of bait to get the ball rolling. Obviously, you'll need to use your expert fishing skills and tons of patience to get going, and that's only your first challenge. Each fishing area is packed with unique tests of skill and endurance, pitting you against smarter fish as the game progresses. The awesome camera work actually follows the action underwater when you hook your prey, and the incredible graphics detail everything from the tadpoles to the algae. The backgrounds are photo-realistic, the physics are nearly perfect, and there are dozens of gameplay options to keep things fresh. Top-notch lighting effects make every time of day look markedly different, and high AI will keep you guessing throughout the experience. As with real angling, the best trait you can bring to this outing is patience.

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Review
Written by Bill Elder on 08/06/01
If you are a hardcore fisher who would like a simulation game to play on your Dreamcast, then this game should please you. But everyone else, go with Sega Bass Fishing.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Dreamcast
PUBLISHER:
Natsume
DEVELOPER:
Natsume
GENRE: Sports
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
July 24, 2001
ESRB RATING:
Everyone


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