Games Review: Fishing Master World Tour
Wii, Konami, £19.99
Saturday 17 January 2009
Unlike the relatively realistic angling adventure
Rapala’s Fishing Frenzy,
Fishing Master World Tour is a colourful, cartoonish affair.
While Rapala was bundled with a fishing-rod peripheral, this game simply uses the Wii controllers, offering players 200 different species to catch in 40 different locations. While the graphics are patchy, the action is entertaining and easy to grasp, with various missions assigned to you by your captain. In practical terms, learning to cast off is simple, thanks to clear picture instructions, and the multiplayer works well, too.
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