Excerpt: LetÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s take a trip back to 1999. The Dreamcast was in full force, and a little title known as Sega Bass Fishing was released. Sure, you could play the game with the standard controller, but what made this...
Pros: + Arcade game play, + Easy to learn and have fun, + Decently priced
Cons: The graphics shows some age, ThereÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s only so much to do
Conclusion: It has more than one character, lots of fish to catch and lots of lures to catch them with, changeable weather, different tournaments, different fishing locations and some other fun stuff for you to discover. I have to say that for a game made way back in the 90's, it's actually pretty cool! Overall, this game deserves a try, but only if you're into fishing, otherwise you'll be bored after the first 3 minutes.
Conclusion: Quite asides from the fact it's now showing its age, we're at a loss as to why Sega's bothered bringing Sega Bass Fishing to Live Arcade. Although we appreciate Sega’s efforts in offering a controller layout that offers a reasonable degree of control, this is a game that’s as much about the fishing rod peripheral the Dreamcast and Arcade versions came with than anything else. And without that same controller, the experience suffers accordingly. Sorry, Sega.
Conclusion: Au final, bien que le jeu ne soit pas mauvais en soit, on se demande encore quel intérêt avait Sega de sortir ce jeu datant de 1998 sur Xbox Live Arcade. Très court, techniquement et graphiquement à des années lumière des productions standard sur le support, et surtout déclinant un sport peu fédérateur, Sega Bass Fishing reste une curiosité que l'on vous conseille vivement d'essayer avant d'acheter, surtout à 800 MS Points !
Pros: Un jeu de pêche sur XBLA, Le mode Original bien fichu bien que trop court, La bande son
Cons: Réalisation d'une autre époque, La durée de vie trop courte, Le gameplay répétitif