Reviews and Problems with Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep
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This is a girls game. My wife loves it.
2 August 2011
Summary: This is a girls game. My wife loves it. The game is all about searching for things in the ocean. There are different islands and wrecks to dive in. You take clients out for paid trips on wreck sites to earn money to buy better equipment, ect.
Summary: I really like this game; only one drawback: there are a few sections within the storyline that get a little bogged down and are pretty lengthy. Other than that it is a game that is truly fun to play. You also have the opportunity to learn about marine life and conservation.
Summary: Not everyone's cup of tea but for those who like swimming and animals this can provide hours of gentle relaxation. It was not such a big hit with the grandchildren, perhaps they were too young.
Summary: Want a change from RPGs, FPSs or driving then go for this - it's not going to win awards for tension, but that's not the point of this. It's about the experience, the feel, the relaxation and exploration. Wii graphics are usually the poor relation of gamers and, whilst not up to PS3 or Xbox quality, it's a good attempt with what the Wii has. Could even be considered a hidden educational experience for children....
Summary: For those of you who have played the first one, I can tell you that this is a great improvement. They've kept the best bits but made the game a bit more linear, which is actually a good thing. This game gives a great sense of value for money as the game is so large, lots to do and unlock. (I'm about 40 hours in and there seems as though there's quite a bit more to do.
Conclusion: Its a good game, but in my opinion it is very simular to the first one just this one is a has little more adventure than diving. So if you have one of these games theres really not much point in buying the other. I feel i have wasted my money buying this as i already have the first one.
Conclusion: If you loved the first, then there is no doubt you'll find these just as enthralling. Unlike the first (which was more of diving EXPERIENCE) EO2 - as the title suggests - is more of an ADVENTURE based game. There are numerous story threads which need to be completed before you can move on to the next level, but you still have plenty of time to explore every inch of the sea on your journey.