I have three PC fishing games. I'm still trying to get used to the In-Fisherman game. I really like the Rapala fishing game and of course the Bassin' USA tourney is always a lot of fun! -- DrownedDesertRat --
I've played the Rapala one on Xbox. Pretty cool game. It can be challenging, which I like. I just think a lot of games are unrealistic when you're catching lunkers every cast. This one makes you work at it.
I have had a few for the PC...don't really know where they are now, but I remember I used to love to play them. I have the Rapala game for the Xbox also, and that is a blast. It's pretty challenging too! I also have a bunch of hunting games also. Those are mostly the type of video games I buy. Outdoor and Sports.
Have and played Black Bass (nintendo) Trophy Bass, Trophy Bass II, (Trophy Bass one and 2 were the only ones worth playing in my opinion) 3, and 4 (pc) many others lots not worth even talking about because they were all the same 3D views from under the water, but the most note worthy games I have, Rapala Pro Fishing (PS2 Activision 2004) I'd rate it a 6 out of 10, Bass Strike (PS2 THQ 2001) 8 out of 10, but Pro Fishing Challenge (XBox Atlus 2004) is without a doubt the most realistic fishing simulation I have ever played. Even the water looks real, no silly underwater shots, and the fish are as hard to figure out as they are in real life. I still play it all the time, never even pick up the others. Have a good one LBD
The integration of sonar, GPS and digital mapping is an untouchable trifecta of technologies that help anglers catch more fish. And today there are a lot of “good” units on the market that will do just that.