Overview

Also Known As
Endless Ocean: Blue World
Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Creative, Relaxation
Release Date

Wii

  • 22nd Feb 2010 (USA)
  • 5th Feb 2010 (UK/EU)
  • 17th Sep 2009 (JPN)
Series
Endless Ocean
Tags
Ocean, Water, Animals
Controller Support
Wii Remote, Classic
Feature Support
Wi-Fi Connection, Microphone Support

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Reviews

  • 44

    Wii

    Review Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep

    What lurks beneath?

    2007’s Endless Ocean was a true original: a diving game that made little attempt to be a game, basing most of its gameplay around just touching fish. As part of the Touch Generations range it clearly appealed to enough aspiring divers to merit a sequel, but it’s certainly changed from the inviting warm waters of the Manaurai...

About The Game

Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep offers six new ocean locations to explore. Plunge into the icy Arctic waters or explore the sunken wrecks in the Aegean Sea and for the first time, venture into rivers such as the mysterious Brazilian Amazon, to discover a vast array of freshwater wildlife. For the first time you can even step ashore onto dry land to explore birds and other non-aquatic wildlife.

Your diving missions will include helping maintain coral reefs, riding on dolphins and swimming with humpback whales. You will be equipped with new tools to aid in your encounters. The Pulsar gun will be required to repel any unexpected encounters with predators of the deep but will also allow you to heal any sick creatures you may discover on your quest.

As well as the mesmeric and relaxing underwater scenery to enjoy, you can locate precious artefacts using your Treasure Detector, act as a diving escort, take photographs for nature magazines - building your diving skills and opening up new challenges as you go. As you explore, you can complete missions and solve mysteries before moving on to a new area.

The game offers single and multiplayer modes and using Nintendo’s Wi- Fi Connection you can link to another player’s Wii and explore each other’s oceans and rivers. Using Wii Speak, you can share your encounters, marine missions and swim with your fellow explorers.