Excerpt: Sega Bass Fishing for the Nintendo Wii is a port of the arcade and Dreamcast title of the same name, only with the obvious addition of Wii Remote controls. The game wears its arcade heritage on its sleeve with the relative simplicity of the gameplay and its non-simulation style.
Conclusion: Sega Bass Fishing for Wii is a good game that combines pick-up-and-play simplicity with some deeper gameplay aspects that should make it a fun choice for everyone. The graphics are nice, and the gameplay is pretty good.
Conclusion: Talk about a blast from the past. SEGA Bass Fishing harkens back to the days of the Dreamcast and when arcades were still clinging to life. This Wii port barely changes the original formula which turns out to be unfortunate in regards to the presentation.
Excerpt: He's twenty years young, and judging by the latest instalment of this apparently never-ending series, he's got a good few games left in him yet. Sonic Generations is both an homage to the original Mega Drive Sonic the Hedgehog, released in 1991, and the suggestion of a possible future for the...
Pros: Lovely new 2D Sonic levels., Wonderful tour of hedgehog history., Unlock the original Mega Drive game.
Cons: Slightly laggy controls spoil the party., Bottomless pits. Just stop., Only a few hours long.
Excerpt: Remember a time when the arcade was the king of gaming under a social context, I can still smell that stale smoke on my jacket from the memories. Arcades were big business in the late eighties and into the nineties.
Excerpt: coz I am John the Fisherman… Oh Dreamcast, how I miss you. One of the greatest consoles ever. Taken while in its prime (yeah, I know they are still producing games in Japan, but I’m trying to paint a picture here!).
Pros: Its a direct port of the Dreamcast classic, addictive gameplay,almost makes fishing seem cool!
Cons: graphics and voice acting seem dated now, limited value for money.