Summary: Neko Entertainment's plucky little demon, Cocoto, is an unfortunate mascot. He's certainly just as cute as any of the better-known, multigenre mascots out there, and the world he lives in is overflowing with story opportunities, but he just can't seem to catch a break.
Pros: Charming art style and smooth animation, The catching minigame is challenging and fun to watch
Cons: Controls are mercilessly unforgiving, Above-water environments are bland, Cocoto moves through the water with all the speed of a glacier
Summary: Since its release last November, the Wii has seen no shortage of sports titles attempting to integrate authentic motions into gameplay. Fishing Master takes its cue from some of the more successful attempts, like Wii Sports, that have elected to steer away from simulation in favor of a more arcadey...
Pros: Great arcade-style take on fishing, Landing a huge fish is immensely satisfying, More than 100 vividly detailed fish
Cons: Fishing spots aren't very pretty, Fun only in short spurts
Conclusion: The one point of this review that I will really praise MTX on is their graphics, which were really the highlight of this game. The graphics of MTX Mototrax are quite solid all the way around with great distinct graphics that are really nicely done.
Excerpt: In theory, Cocoto Fishing Master is everything we hoped WiiWare wouldn't become: it's a port of a three-year-old budget PS2 game with Wii Remote controls attached. Yet despite this, we actually had fun playing it.
Excerpt: Simulation de pêche accessible et drôle, Fishing Master nous entraîne à travers tout le Japon pour traquer les plus beaux spécimens de poissons. A nous les grands espaces et le bon air du large !
Summary: Mit SEGA Bass Fishing steht eine halbwegs gelungene Angelsimulation zum überteuerten Vollpreis in den Regalen. Da freut man sich als Fan des glitschigen Sports doch, dass nun für nur 700 Wii-Punkte eine preiswertere Alternative im WiiWare-Kanal erhältlich ist. Doch ist günstig auch gut?