I really enjoyed trolling around in a boat, keeping an eye on the depth meter and then switching to the side view of the water dragging the lure around and trying to catch something. Plus you get this intro with John Madden making the weirdest dang faces in the world. Way better than that dumb Spheda golf minigame!!!. A green fish is a bass. Months later people are still looking to get their hands on one. It was released on March 27, 1992. The lure I recommend is the red pencil bait.
There are also different lures you can use to capture bass. I am pretty sure The Black Bass was one of the first tournament bass fishing games ever made. The Blue Marlin and The Black Bass. You don't capture bass, you lose. I don't know if they've changed it or not in the past ~10 years. It does look promising, but since I can't read Japanese, I don't have the foggiest idea what I'm doing I couldn't work out how to actually land a fish - they reel up to 1 meter, then.
This was a purely perfect pick-up-and-play tennis game that was so great to play. Bassin's Black Bass has a fairly limited range of lures and you can use an overhead view to actually find large fish and target your casts to them, so they're fairly easy to hook, but landing them is another matter entirely. If it says this point has good bass, stay there. After all, fishing is just more fun in real life. I'm guessing we all replied to the original while the second post was going up - or at least in my case. Of course the best fishing games are on the Dreamcast, Sega Bass Fishing and Sega Marine Fishing - make sure you use the fishing controller. It's so addictive and fun, yet simplistic and enjoyable as well.
I like to talk about the Nushi Tsuri series because I think you would be hard pressed to find a game with as much care, love and detail devoted to it. Mods, please lock the following thread. The orange looking fish are pike. Make sure you park your boat around those areas and try a variety of lures. It has character customization and actual save files though, vs a password system.
As you start out fishing in Lake Amada, the first lake in the game, you will notice you can catch several kinds of fish. Hahaha, out of curiosity I went to the wikipedia page and you know what? In real life, I enjoy fishing for bass, pike and trout more than just about any other fish, though sea bass fishing is pretty fun too. For a fishing game it packed tons of depth compared to others. It has more of a 3d feel to me than the others, but it consistently gets lower review scores everwhere i look. I was watching this week's Worth Playing and as Patrick played Dream Fishing it occurred to me that I love fishing video games.
All the games are very similar to each other. I knew something didn't seem right but I was too tired to sort it out. Although, the kind you are looking for are bass. A noise will indicate when the time limit has been reached, and the screen will say, Now It's Over. Mark Davis' The Fishing Master is arguably the most rewarding of the lot, but that's because like the real thing you have to have a pretty good idea of what you're doing and present the right lure in the right place in the right way at the right time, or you're not going to catch anything at all.
Bass Landing many take a while to get into the tutorial is rather lenghty , but after you get the hand of it it's the best fishing simulator out there. They were both really good, but challenging to learn how to play. I'm still right, and everyone in this thread who answered with a Zelda game should be ashamed of themselves. Umi no Nushi Tsuri also boasted 109 catchable fish as opposed to the 72 in Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2. The game itself was even more polished than Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2 which came out four years earlier , with better graphics and a larger world to explore. If it says this point has little bass, then move to a new spot. I believe a combination remake pack of these games was released on the PlayStation.
Why would you play a game when you could be out having fun on the rivers, lakes and oceans of the world? When you catch a bass, you are then taken to a screen that shows what kind of fish you caught and how much the fish weighs. The graphics are quite good for Super Famicom, and all the in-game fishing gear is available for purchase in real life. Repeat until the fish is caught. Once you give these games a little time you will notice even with simple graphics they are addicting. The fish in the game are color coded.
And adventures I did have. I've hated every fishing mini game in a Zelda title, except for the ridiculously simple one in Link's Awakening. If you enjoyed playing this, then you can find similar games in the category. I also loved the environments and lakes you get to fish in that game. Never played it myself though. Use your fish finder for help. A very addicting and challenging fishing game that will have you searching the best spots for bass.
This could prolong the completion of the game indefinitely. There are too many developers and licenses involved for this to be a reality — but we can dream anyway. Sometimes the fish just wont bite! I guess there's some other button press or combination of button presses that's required to actually land them, and I tried every button and every combination I could think of with no luck. Umi no Nushi Tsuri was released on July 19, 1996; rather late in the lifespan of the Super Famicom system. During the fish fight, on the bottom left of the screen is an indicator.