Reviews and Problems with Fisherman's Bass Club
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7 February 2009
Summary: Well i like the graphics, but you only can stand in one spot in each place given and only cast so many feet in each direction, it's controlled. I like the fight, but when you are suppose to move the rod with the fish during the fight and the fish pulls forward, moving forward doesn't give you slack or less tension like it does for other directions and i have yet to hook abig one cause of this.
Movie Maniac "Classic Rocker and Movie Lover", Amazon
4 December 2003
Summary: When I saw this game I thought it would be one those fun and easy fishing games, but when I played it I realized I was wrong and it was quite difficult to catch a fish. It's real easy to get one to bite but not so easy to set the hook and reel it in, the fish always seem to get away. If you are good at working the controls and have a lot of patience, this game is for you.
Summary: The game was on sale for [money] at a local store so I took a chance on it--most PS2 games are 20 or more. I would have had more fun folding my money into a paper airplane and throwing it out my car window. This was THE WORST GAME I have ever played. I have played other fising games that had more to give than this game. You can only select your casting location by going left and right (you can't move your cast in closer).
Summary: Why do they keep coming out with more garbage fishing games? I don't understand the complexity behind generating the great outdoors with some real nature settings and realistic fish. This game had nothing. NOTHING to offer. Bad music, sound effects, graphics, the boat was bad the tournament was boring. I rented this game and played it for 10 minutes.. that's all I could take. I kept hoping it would get better, sadly, it didn't.