Summary: I was excited for this game. I have watched Deadliest Catch since it came out and this is my kind of game. I don't like shooter games, and prefer simulations that put you in control. Needless to say, I played this game exactly 1 time and that was enough for me. The graphics are poor, look like an old sega game. There are so many controls its impossible to remember them all.
Summary: I don't usually review a game, but when I do, something important needs to be said. I was absolutely thrilled when I stumbled across a second Deadliest Catch game. Yes, the first attempt at a game was long, and tedious, but at least a somewhat accurate representation of the show and fishing in the crazy arctic ocean, I personally had no issues with it but those were the primary complaints of others.
Summary: The game was a little more arcadish than "Alaskan Storm" but my copy seemed to hang up inexplicably at the sort table game. The hand would just disappear leaving you no way to grab the crab to sort them into their respective tanks. Too bad because I love the series and enjoyed Alaskan Storm despite the lengthy gameplay.
Summary: Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos - Compatible with Move I expected more game play from the game. It seems to me like you repair the boat more then you go crabbing, which is not that much fun anyway it's all about connecting wires and it's not that realistic. There's no story to the game it's just the same stuff over and over again. On the other hand the movie that is on the disc is very good, very interesting.