Summary: The gameplay looks great, if you can get that far, without frustration. I understand that if the game didn't have a story line, and a point, it would become boring, pretty fast, but I wish there were an option to by pass all this training, and unlocking. I'm not interested in training, etc. I've been playing for 3 days, and it's a nice, laid back game, but I'm frustrated, and plan to trade the game in. I'm too impatient for this type of game.
Summary: This is the most relaxing game you'll ever play. It's more entertaining for casual gamers, no fighting or spawn-camping. There are hundreds of species of fish to learn about, you can ride with dolphins and whales, explore undersea structures all while listening to soothing music from Hayley Westenra. If you enjoy learning and want something to put you in a relaxing mood, I suggest giving this game a try.
Summary: A delightful and mellow game that has you wander and swim at your leisure, but it probably won't appeal to everyone. The fish are vibrant and full of color, and lots of fascinating info about them is hidden away for you to earn, but the transitions are roughly drawn (low graphic rate) and pretty boring.
Summary: I recieved this game as a Christmas gift along with a Wii. Having never played the Wii before, I was excited to try out Endless Ocean, and was quickly bored and somewhat disapointed. I'm not saying Endless Ocean doesn't have good graphics, I just am in that small minority pool of people who quickly got tired of swimming around and petting the fish. I think, in my case, the problem is this: I live in Florida. I go scuba diving, boating, fishing.
Summary: The Good: Amazing graphics, wonderful music, custom soundtrack, you can learn about sea life The Bad: Almost no game play involved, pointless multiplayer, paper-thin customization, the ocean isn't so endless as the title suggests I checked out EO because of its concept: Underwater scuba diving and interacting with animals. Well this wasn't really executed as well as it could have been.
Relax! This game is awesome and good for relaxation!
25 February 2012
Summary: Hours of fun for the whole family! Wholesome game play! This to our family is a education game and relaxation game. We love to watch our children play and love to play our selves. Our children love nature and out door activities.. This game is great on cold rainy days or hot warm summer days, great game any time of the year. The music on this game is so cool and great after a long hard day of work.
Summary: My kids love the ocean and this game helps them to keep in touch with it. At the beginning it was a little difficult for one of the to handle the control but with a little practice and instructions they started to explore and have fun. They can't read yet so I have to help them but it is ok. Nowadays it is important to spent more time with the family doing good activities with them.
Summary: Beautiful game graphics. The storyline is a bit lame, but the ability to explore and learn more than makes up for it. I am looking forward to a sequel, and hoping they will expand the library into other areas as well (rainforest, safari, etc.
Summary: This game is very good for people who like nature and sea life. I don't play often cause it gets me dizzy from clicking on the animals and the screen goes all over the place following the animal and it's like your spining in circles.... But, graphics are great!!! Feels like your there, sounds of the animals sound real, music is calming, you find ship wrecks, underwater ruins, and discover new amimals Oh! Oh!