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Rapala Pro Bass Fishing Flops into Europe's Net on October 29th

Posted by James Newton

Fish are friends, not food

Whilst we wait for Japanese fishing RPG Tsuritore, there's another scaly simulator on the way in the form of Rapala Pro Bass Fishing, swimming its way to Europe on October 29th.

Already released in North America, the game comes with its own proprietary wireless rod controller but is also fully compatible with Move for all the line-pulling trout action you could want. Taking on real professional fishermen in a TV-style tournament, Rapala Pro Bass Fishing can hopefully replicate all the heart-pounding excitement of fishing in the safety of your own home.

Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 2010 pits players against real-life fishing pros on top freshwater lakes across North America - only the finest techniques and equipment will determine who is the best of the best. For the first time ever in a fishing game, the competition is set up in a professional tournament structure and the action is presented as a live TV event with announcers (including Barry Brueland, the voice of InFisherman TV), live updates, competitive leader boards, analysis, and heart-pounding final weigh-ins. The competition gets tough as you fish through over 20 tournament events on your quest for the season trophy.

For the first time ever, compete against real life pro fishermen in authentic tournament action and prove you're the best of the best!
Authentic pro experience: use the same tools that the pros use including an unequaled assortment of Rapala lures and licensed boats, motors, and gear to fish over 25 species of trophy fish
Simultaneous multiplayer: challenge your friends in a variety of competitive fishing and angling challenges
Experience exciting pro tournament action as you compete against the Rapala pro staff in over 20 tournament events
"Sports TV" style presentation includes announcer commentary, live updates, competitive leader boards, analysis, and heart-pounding final weigh-ins!

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User Comments (1)



Slapshot said:

I actually have the PS2 version of the game, and man is it a simulator. Im sure this one is even better, but you gotta know you tackle. What lures and colors to use in weather conditions, etc. We played that one to death back in the day.

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