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Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos
21 December 2010
Conclusion: Comment on this video Watch this video in High Def Sea of Chaos features a decent local multiplayer mode for up to eight players in which you try to amass the largest haul of crab using six different options, such as a rickety old ship, overly stormy seas, and uncharted crabbing maps.
Pros: Multiplayer is fun for a while., Multiplayer is fun for a while.
Cons: Tiresomely repetitive gameplay, Poor, outdated visuals, Motion controls are hit or miss, Almost none of the personal interactions that make the show a success., Tiresomely repetitive gameplay, Poor, outdated visuals, Almost none of the personal interactions that make the show a success.
Excerpt: There’s a motivational tactic that prescribes you take massively ambitious items on your to-do list and break them down into smaller mini-tasks to make them more achievable. While that makes sense for enterprises like losing weight or starting your own jingle-writing business, Deadliest Catch: Sea...
Conclusion: If you want a quick 1000 gamerscore then this title will make you very happy. 2 days of playing and I have gotten 14 out of 17 achievements already. Fans of the show will probably want to pick this up as a rental or wait until the price drops down a good bit more before locking themselves into a...
Excerpt: Eighty percent of crab-fishing deaths are from drowning or hypothermia. After playing Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos, those options sound welcoming. Seas turns one of the most dangerous jobs ever into a series of anemic minigames.
Pros: + None.
Cons: - Full of tedious minigames that control poorly and simply aren’t fun., - Pre-Xbox graphics that’ll sear your eyes., - So much of the game feels so random and not at all well-thought-out., ? The first Deadliest Catch game (Alaskan Storm) was fairly decent; what happened here?