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It warms my heart that Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of Rapala Fishing Pro Series on the Xbox One for a review. The PR and Marketing folks representing this game failed. They have also failed to respond to any inquiries about the video policy for GameMill Entertainment. FFG will not do videos of this game until we are provided that answer. I know that bums many of ya’ll with how God has blessed the FFG Youtube channel with so many millions upon millions of views. They only hurt themselves.

Rapala Fishing Pro Series has a limited create a character section, Solo Play, Tournament Play, Daily Challenge, Tutorial, Shop, Records, and About. The game play in Rapala Fishing Pro Series is very unbalanced. We go to six different lakes (seven with the DLC download), and complete goals. Those goals give us a little bit of money. We then spend the money on better rods, reels, boats, and more. We get so little money compared to the prices that hours are needed to just upgrade a few things.

To make matters even worse in Rapala Fishing Pro Series the Tournaments cost money. I tried multiple times and could not catch one of the fishes for the first tournament. So grinding on the goals I had to go. Casting is extremely difficult in Rapala Fishing Pro Series. There is a curved bar where we must hit the button in the green area, and then quickly when it flies back. Out of hundreds of attempts I got it right twice. Supposedly if I could ever get the money for upgrades it gets better with better gear.

Graphically Rapala Fishing Pro Series looks like the last generation. The lakes are large with twenty-two species of freshwater fish. There are a decent amount of lures and rods. The narrator is very helpful. The tutorial can be skipped. The reeling is where Rapala Fishing Pro Series really shines. We keep the fish in a giant box, and press a button to reel them in. A gauge builds and L3 can be pressed. Pressing L3 gives you a super charged reel that speeds up the process. Hooking a fish is easy too.

Rapala Fishing Pro Series does not look great. It has some game play quirks. Rapala Fishing Pro Series also has a few things going for it. The reeling in shines in Rapala Fishing Pro Series. The fish look decent. Moving the boat around is easy to pick up. Casting is a pain. Button combinations to attract a fish is cool. The lack of being able focus on just one fish in an area hurts the tournaments. Rapala Fishing Pro Series is worth fifteen dollars brand new in my book.
- Frank


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 85%

System: Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: GameMill Entertainment
Developer: Concrete Software
Rating: ‘E’ for Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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