Summary: This game was pretty nice, but its difficult to understand how to actually "reel in" the fish without the line breaking. You can't understand the instructions provided. And, there is no 2-player head to head mode, like I really wanted in a game.
Summary: No one really plays it. From what I have seen, it looked pretty cool. It is not Bass Master (which was my favorite game) on Nintendo 64. It is a bit difficult to get the boat to move and reeling the line in gets annoying. Poor control for under water viewing. Like I said, it is not Bass Master. It is a so-so game.
Summary: bit of a one-trick pony this game, to be honest. fair enough, it does what is says on the tin (choose bait, flick remote to cast, wind in bait, press A + B to land fish. repeat) but i was expecting a bit more. there's not enough made of the competition element (i found it a bit constricting that you cast and the line ends up in a pre-set point. there's a red circle where the line will land.
Summary: We bought this game for my boy aged 7 and it has become a firm favorate however i think adults will find the fun factor soon subsides .All in all we found it quite enjoyable and all the family have been fishing and when you catch a big fish it does get quite exciting .
Excerpt: "...pity, really. The speed of Sega Bass Fishing could have made it a great casual fishing title, but I just can't get over the archaic nature of the game. And to really look past that, I think you're either going to have to own a fishing jacket, or be UK:Resistance level fanatics owning Sega jackets. Yes, that does boil down to if you own a jacket, you'll enjoy it. Sega Bass Fishing is good fun, but how empty this port feels really lets it down. ...