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Anglers Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing 3DS

Anglers Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing




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Anglers Club adds motions controls and 3D visuals to the action-fishing genre. What results isn't a revolution but is another confident option for e-fishing-fans.

Fishing games were a big novelty when they first emerged back on the Dreamcast. Since then there has been a steady stream of similar games along with the ubiquitous Fishing Rod controllers.

Anglers Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing 3DS updates the fishing sim for Nintendo's handheld. The main hook here (sorry) seems to be the authentic 3D fishing experience. But actually the 3DS has more to offer with its other features.

Rather than 3D it's again the Circle pad and MOtion controls that are the real story here. These not only create a more realistic experience of fishing but provide considerably more delicate control as you deftly land these delicate creates.

You can work through various waterways in the single player or join an Angler's Club and compete in 50 championship tournaments. As you progress you can customize your characters and use the built-in camera to apply your own face if you wish.

Anglers Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing is released on 30th September on the Nintendo 3DS.

Written by Paul Govan

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