Sega Bass Fishing Update: Trailer, Screens and Features

Looky here, folks. I’ve hooked a big ol’ lunker of an update on Sega Bass Fishing for the Wii today. It was a tough fight, but in the end I was able to muscle it out and land a new trailer, a whole stringer full of fresh screenshots, and a list of key gameplay features. Normally, I’d practice catch and release, but this update is so big I just had to keep it and show it off.

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Key Features:

* Four fun-filled modes. Arcade, Tournament, Practice and Nature Trip modes.

* 15 stages. Find your favorite fishing spot in seven brand new stages created exclusively for the Wii or re-live your glory fishing days in four classic arcade and four Dreamcast stages.

* Four types of bass. Hook four breeds of bass: Florida Large Mouth, Red Eye, Small Mouth and Northern Spike Large Mouth.

* Improved graphics. This classic title first made a splash in the arcades and now the graphics have been updated for the Wii.

* Authentic simulated fishing experience. New features have been created to take full advantage of the Wii Remote, including driving the boat with the control stick and reeling in your fish with the motion sensor.

* Relive the excitement of hooking a big one from the comfort of your couch.

* Game returns to it’s popular roots with intuitive controls utilizing the Wii Remote and Nunchuk – feel the fish nibble on the line, use the Wii Nunchuk movement to scoop up the fish with a net.

* 20 types of lures.

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