Could be one of the worst games ever. There is no way to adjust the sound or mute the hokey Japanese accent voice over. There are limited things which you can do. These include: turn your rod left, turn your rod right, reel in slow, reel in normal, reel in fast, and of course, cast. Maps are limited to four different areas on the same lake. You can choose from a very limited number of lures; six to start with, a handful more later (which are simply different paint jobs on the originals), and as far as I can determine, you only have one rod to choose from.
Oh yes, and you can also determine which time of day you want to go fishing: morning, noon, or evening. The time of day seems to make very little difference as far as I can tell.
This game would be far to expensive if it were free, but the $8.95 which this game costs is the equivalent of being skinned and gutted alive. It's not even humane enough for a fish. The only positive thing about this game is that your hands don't get stinky. But SEGA sure stink up the place by charging money for this game.
Posted: November 26th, 2013