Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Action, Sports
Release Date

Wii

  • 26th Feb 2008 (USA)
  • 28th Mar 2008 (UK/EU)
  • 28th Feb 2008 (JPN)
Series
SEGA Bass Fishing
Tags
Fishing, Arcade

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Reviews

  • 1

    Wii

    Review SEGA Bass Fishing

    Grab your rods boys, it's time to fish.

    SEGA invite you back once again into the world of arcade rehashes, bringing one of its more bizarre titles of the 90s onto the Wii. SEGA Bass Fishing which landed on Dreamcast in 1999 was a direct port of the some-what successful arcade game of the same name. With the appealing control possibilities of Wii, it doesn't come as a surprise that SEGA have us back..

About The Game

SEGA Bass Fishing is back and better than ever, returning with all-new intuitive controls which utilise both the Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™.

This time round when players hook a big one, they can use the motion sensor as they wrestle to reel it in. With over 20 different types of lures to choose from, budding anglers can cast off using the Wii Remote to try and land one of four different types of freshwater bass. SEGA Bass Fishing also offers players the freedom to select time-of-day and season during play which impacts the activity of the fish, their appetite, and their depth. Featuring 15 beautifully designed lake environments, SEGA Bass Fishing also has four fun-filled game modes including Arcade, Tournament, Practice and Nature Trip.

“The original SEGA Bass Fishing was fresh, innovative and forward thinking because of the unique SEGA controller that helped convey a realistic sense of fishing,” said Gary Knight, European Marketing Director, SEGA Europe. “With the Nintendo Wii and its amazing motion sensing Wii Remote and Nunchuck, we’ve been able to realistically recreate that fun experience to great effect in the new SEGA Bass Fishing”.