Summary: This is a pretty good title. It's no Fishing resort (my favorite) but far better than the follow up title (fishing master world tour) The casting takes some getting used, and there is WAY too much talking.
Summary: After 40 tries trying to figure out how to reel a fish in (admittedly, no fisherwoman, here lol) I was pleased to say I finally caught something, and after that rarely lost a catch. My kids razzed me for buying it (i researched and bought it for them, ingrates!
Summary: We bought this game on a whim out of a gold box deal having no idea what we were getting. I figured if we got a few hours of play out of it, then it wasn't money completely wasted. Turns out, we have got more than a few hours out of it! We love it. It's one of our family night choices.
Summary: Got this for my 5 year old son because he really likes fishing. We are both having a great time playing this game. He was able to pick up the controls in about 15 minutes. It is pretty cool that you can hook a fish right away instead of having to wait around for a bite like on some other fishing...
Summary: I bought this game on a Friday. My Monday morning I had fishing wrist. The only Wii fishing I had tried prior was the fishing game in Wii Play. This is nothing like Wii Play fishing. This game is very cartoony and the graphics are not that great, aside from the fish.
Summary: GENERAL: This is by far the most played game in my household. As other folks have mentioned, the graphics are basic (except for the fish, which are pretty real) but look nice. The controllers are easy to use once you get used to them.
Summary: First off - im in the older generation - my fiance and I picked this game up and have to say it is a total blast to play - granted the graphics are not top of the line - but the excitement of fighting a fish on your line is amazing- I was thinking of getting sega fishing or hooked but took this to...
Summary: As a fan of the Old Black Bass, I ahve to say i was hooked after playing. I have been known to play for up to 3 hours at a time - until my arms hurt. It is fun, and you actually catch a lot fish. My 6 year old has trouble with the controls but also likes it.
Summary: This budget title is surprisingly entertaining. Despite N64-era graphics and generic anime characters, the gameplay is fun and addictive. Mastering casting and reeling took only a couple tries, and doesn't require a lot of finesse or remote-waggling.