- Summary: In Reel Fishing Paradise 3D, players will travel to over a dozen stunning fishing locales in their quest to become master anglers. They'll fish tranquil lakes, rocky coasts, flooded forests, and more, all rendered in eye-popping 3D that brings every leaping fish and splash of water to life.
Positive: 2 out of 2
Mixed: 0 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
Jul 31, 2011okay it is hard to find reel fishing paradie 3d. i live in North Carolina. could not find it at any store walmart gamestop etc... i got it offokay it is hard to find reel fishing paradie 3d. i live in North Carolina. could not find it at any store walmart gamestop etc... i got it off of ebay. but now to get to the review. i love the game its 3d effects are amazing. it gets hard. you can salt water fish and also freash water fish. its a great game and is one of those games nintendo dident feel like making a lot of. if you find this game and like to fish. you got to get it. it looks great has great graphics. the fish look real. if you dont have a pole just pick up the nintebndo 3ds and start fishing on reel fishing paradise 3d. thanks Logan Greene… Expand
Jun 17, 2012The actual fishing model used in this game is amazing. The way it allows you to control the rod tip and as such direct the fish inThe actual fishing model used in this game is amazing. The way it allows you to control the rod tip and as such direct the fish in combination with the reel is the business.
Anyone that fishes will absolutely love just how realistic this game feels once the fish is hooked..
There is also a good variety of species to catch - each requiring a different technique to land.
As in other fishing games there are various lures and baits to select - each chosen after taking consideration of the species you are after and the location you are fishing at.
The downside to the game is that it's too easy to catch fish. Sure you will break the line or pull the hook out every now and then. But the real problem is that the fish just aren't fussy enough when it comes to bait or lure selection. Anyone that fishes knows this is not how it really is.
Another gripe is that you fish from the shore rather than in a boat. As such, the playing area feels very confined.
Overall, I see this game as one with massive potential let down by a lack of purpose or sense of achievement.
Fighting the fish is without a doubt brilliant in this. It's what goes on before and after that lets it down.
For all its flaws I'm giving it 7/10 simply because the model used to fight the fish is as good as I have experienced.… Expand