gamers (100%) found this review helpful
It was a time when one of the biggest excuses a guy can give out was the fact he's "gone fishing". But today, fishing is a thriving sport that can be seen on TV (ESPN affiliates). In Fishing Master: World Tour, you play as an up and coming fisherman - er - fisherperson (you can play as a girl or a woman here.) You start off with one fishing spot where you catch several fish via easy to use controls. With each fish you get points that you spend in a shop for better poles and better bait. Also, more fishing spots open up so you can catch more fish and more different types of fish. And you repeat the process again - and again. You can guess the biggest problem with Fishing Master: World Tour is; it gets very repetitive very quickly. Every day you pick a fishing spot, a fishing pole, and what bait to use and go fish (not the card game) The game tries to mix up the monotony by quests and tournaments, but they all boil down to you going out and fishing. Still, the controls are easy to learn and I felt like I was actually fishing with the Wiimote and Nunchuck. It's also interesting to see what different fish I can catch and what spots around the world I can fish in. If only Fishing Master: World Tour wasn't so repetitive. RENT IT.