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Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge 


Fishing is considered a sport by many. I understand it does take skill, and I have fished in the past myself. It is just seems weird to call it a sport when your opponent does not even know they are playing. He (or she) thinks they are having a nice meal, and then they are in for the fight of their life (if you are any good as a fisherman). The friends of fish whackos can celebrate that real fish are not harmed in this Natsume video game. I played the Playstation 2 version, and it also appeared on the Nintendo Gamecube. I would advise beginners to go through the lectures to get some idea how to play this video game.

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge has some nice areas, colors, and detail to the fish. The poor guy on the boat could use a visual upgrade, but you will spend much more time fighting with fish than watching your character. The water effects are okay for that era of time, although I really was expecting more. The fish animate at a nice frame rate, and had me believing they were the real thing.

I was not expecting such wonderful music in Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge. The upbeat, cheerful, and energetic music got me going and wanting to catch fish. I love lecture mode which really helps out struggling players. More developers need to include things like that, and keep it voluntary. If you know what you are doing, then you can dive right into this video game.

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge has enough areas to keep most players busy for months. The tournament mode is like a season mode in a baseball, or football video game. Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge can be picked up for a nice price, so I think it is worth the money.

I found the controls inside Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge to be near perfect. Everything controlled wonderfully, and each of the buttons make sense. The one drawback to this section is when the fish is close to the boat. I lost some because there is nothing on screen that shows the tension. Sequels should include that, because the player needs to know if they are close to losing the fish or not.

Mark Davis Pro Bass Challenge is good, clean, and safe for the entire family fun. Natsume earns high points in the respect column for releasing games like this one. Remember: “feed a man a fish, and he eats one meal, but teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life.” Valuable real world skills can be learned.
- Frank


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 96%
Replay/Extras: 92%
Gameplay: 89%
Family Friendly Factor: 92%
System: Gamecube/Playstation 2
Publisher: Natsume
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Mild Cartoon Violence}

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