Submitted by Wiiloveit 890d ago | review

Super Black Bass 3D Review | Wiiloveit

"In cases where a genre is underrepresented on a platform, developers aren't given license to rest on wishy-washy execution. Time and again, this disposition has backfired, where instead of being a strong contender for future iterations to emulate, you're left with an example of the wrong course of action. Far be it for Super Black Bass 3D to actually make a compelling case as one of the only fishing sims available on the two-year-old handheld. In many ways nonsensical, this blatantly stiff offering is driven by bad execution, with no correcting agents whatsoever to make for an even-level outing." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Super Black Bass 3D) 30/100

swice  +   889d ago
I played the sh!t out of Black Bass on NES/SNES/GameBoy.

This is rather disappointing. Has anyone else played this yet?

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