Reviews and Problems with Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep
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Endless Ocean 2 UK Review
15 October 2015
Excerpt: Like a beautiful underwater Animal Crossing, 2007's Endless Ocean was pretty much the complete antithesis of the hectic, violent modern videogame. Gentle, relaxing, open-ended, it was the perfect stress reliever.
Excerpt: Endless Ocean 2, like its predecessor, is a game to play when you don't feel like playing a game. It's a bizarre idea as far as video games go, in that the core gameplay is so relaxed it's the gaming equivalent to whale music.
Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep Wii Review
4 June 2010
Excerpt: I wouldn’t get into a plane, I wouldn’t drive a car at dangerous speeds and, as interesting as it is, I certainly wouldn’t want to enter the depths of the ocean. Fortunately, our hobby allows us to do all these things without any real world repercussions, and it’s the aforementioned deep, blue sea...
Excerpt: Type 'funny surfer dude' into YouTube and you get a cracking, irony-free clip of a chap eloquently expressing the joys of surfing. It's hard to tell whether he's been shot with a shark tranquilliser, hit by a bus or just swallowed too much seawater. Is he for real?
Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep [Wii] Review
8 February 2010
Excerpt: The game starts off with a revisit to the previous year as your character joins the R&R Diving Service; a convenient way of “reliving” your diving tutorials. I suppose a game has to teach you the controls some way or another and this is as good as any.
Pros: Nice crisp visuals, Lots of animals to find and plenty of items to collect, Asides from the main game, plenty to get on with, A very unique game belonging to a unique series
Cons: Melodramatic soundtrack might annoy some, Controls can be fiddly at times
Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep Review (Wii)
5 February 2010
Excerpt: Only Nintendo could get away with releasing a ‘non-game’ title like Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep. Actually they have made a mountain of money with ‘non’-games’ on their DS and Wii platforms.