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Wii Fishing Games

A large amount of fishing games were released for the Nintendo Wii game console. A few were bad, but the majority were at least ok to great. The three best games for the system in my opinion are Fishing Master World Tour, Reel Fishing: Anglers Dream and SEGA Bass Fishing. These were above the rest. Fishing Master World Tour featured over exaggerated gameplay, cartoony graphics and it was a blast to play with friends. A very unique one, with easy to learn controls and competitive play. It’s for sure a great one for kids. Reel Fishing: Anglers Dream simulator is one of the best in this series. Beautiful photo realistic locations, fishing gear upgrades, Salt and Freshwater fishing. The gameplay is fun and the Wii controls work very well. Lastly SEGA Bass Fishing for Wii is a much better version then the original classic. It features better graphics, better Ai, more lures and levels to choose from. A tournament mode was also added. It really feels like they should have called it SEGA Bass Fishing 1.5, it’s just that much better. Overall if you own a Wii you should be very proud of its fishing games selection.


Rapala Pro Bass Fishing

Rapala Pro Bass Fishing Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2010
Developer: FUN Labs
Publisher: Activision
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Tournaments, Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species, Bass Fishing
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Also On: Wii U, Playstation 3, Playstation 2, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Playstation Portable
Average Price: $6.40-$99.48
Video Gameplay:


Fishing Master World Tour

Fishing Master World Tour Screen Capture
Released: 2009
Developer: Hudson Soft
Publisher: Hudson Soft
Number Of Players: One to Four
Gameplay Style: Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species, Tournaments
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $7-$30
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Reel Fishing: Anglers Dream

Reel Fishing Anglers Dream Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2009
Developer: SIMS
Publisher: Natsume
Number Of Players: One to Four
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Catch Multi Fish Species
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $6-$34
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Rapala We Fish

Rapala Wii Fish Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2009
Developer: Polygon Magic
Publisher: Activision
Number Of Players: One to Four
Gameplay Style: Tournaments, Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $5-$40
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Bass Pro Shops The Strike

Bass Pro Shops The Strike Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2009
Developer: Piranha Games
Publisher: XS Games/Psyclone
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Tournaments, Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species, Bass Fishing
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Also On: Xbox 360, Windows PC
Average Price: $5-$36
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Shimano Xtreme Fishing

Shimano Xtreme Fishing Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2009
Developer: eV Interactive
Publisher: Mastiff
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species, Tournaments, Bow Fishing
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $7-$20
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Rapala’s Fishing Frenzy

Rapala Fishing Frenzy Wii SC
Released: 2008
Developer: FUN Labs
Publisher: Activision
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Tournaments, Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species, Bass Fishing
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $5-$20
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Sega Bass Fishing

SEGA Bass Fishing Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2008
Developer: Cavia
Publisher: SEGA
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Tournaments, Arcade, Bass Fishing
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Also On: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Dreamcast, Windows PC, iOS, Arcade Cabinet
Average Price: $2-$15
Video Gameplay:


Fishing Master

Fishing Master Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2007
Developer: Hudson Soft
Publisher: Hudson Soft
Number Of Players: One to Four
Gameplay Style: Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $5-$20
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Hooked! Real Motion Fishing

Hooked Real Motion Fishing Wii Screen Capture
Released: 2007
Developer: Arc Systems Works
Publisher: Aksys Games
Number Of Players: One and Online Multiplayer (Scoreboard)
Gameplay Style: Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $5-$30
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Rapala Tournament Fishing

Rapala Tournament Fishing Wii
Released: 2006
Developer: MagicWand
Publisher: Activision
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Tournament, Arcade, Simulator, Catch Multi Fish Species
Format: Nintendo Optical Disc
Average Price: $5-$30
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