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  • Summary: Rapala: We Fish takes a "pick up and play", comical approach to fishing. Featuring five different game modes, including co-op tournaments, 4 player split-screen and multiplayer modes, players can choose from five hilarious characters or play as their favorite Mii. Players travel to eight locations around the world and compete in 24 tournament events. Battle over 50 wacky fish species, including enormous Legendary Lunkers, with the Rapala rod and reel peripheral for side-splitting fun. In a unique twist, the fish themselves feature zany personalities and hilarious facial expressions that will make players chuckle as they race each other to be the first to catch them. Winning a tournament requires more than just fishing - you must race your boat in arcade-style competitions with power-ups and turbo speed boosts. But hurry - if a competitor knocks the fish out of your boat before you get to the safe harbor, you lose your prized catch! [Activision] Expand
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    Rapala: We Fish is not a good start to bringing the series to a younger crowd. The controls are counterproductive and the layout and pacing of the game are simply mediocre at best.
  2. All together, I didn't care for this take on the Rapala series, and I hope that if nothing else, the developers decide to give you a few more control options the next time out, or at least map the boat controls the analog stick.
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  1. Nov 30, 2013
    It was an extremely mediocre game. It tried to be over ridiculous with it. You can apparently find fish bigger than your boat and still be able to pick it up with one hand thing. I know it's made for a younger audience than me, but it still is a terrible game. Don't buy it or you'll regret it. Expand