Fishermans Bass Club (Playstation 2, PS2) Details
|Release Date:||November 30, 2002|
|Disc Count:||1 game disc|
|Player Count:||1 player|
|Also Compatible On:||none|
Dive into the experience of wrangling a largemouth bass from lake to boat and become a bona fide member of the Fisherman’s Bass Club by mastering the myriad skills, lures, and techniques offered in Agetec’s 3D fishing simulation. Novice fishermen can reel in the lessons provided by the tutorial and build skills up to the expert levels needed to compete in ten tournaments featuring prizes for largest catch, most fish, and heaviest catch. Fishing sites include watery terrain surrounding a ruined building, a boat dock, under a bridge, near a pier, and around a submerged house. Tournaments range in difficulty and include beginner, two specials, amateur, intermediate, professional, veteran, top pro, master, and final. The target fish (e.g., black bass, largemouth) varies in each, but the parameters vary by time, clearing requirement (weight), and goal. Ten lures are initially available, including poppers, minnows, cranks, worms, and jigs, and another ten can be unlocked by gaining experience and improving results and skills. A free mode allows casual fishermen to select the time of day and weather conditions, and practice methods learned during the tutorial. An optional vibration function can be used in conjunction with the Fish Energy Meter and Tension Gauge to help build winning techniques. Game controls feature use of the DualShock analog controller as well as Agetec’s proprietary Bass Landing controller (not included with this game). Techniques can be studied further through the use of a unique underwater perspective during actual battles with the bass. Fisherman’s Bass Club for the PS2 is developer Vingt-et-un Systems’ second fishing title; their first, Action Bass, was released for the PlayStation two years previously.
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