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Submitted by mark0192 1419d ago | review

REVIEW: Rapala For Kinect -

123KINECT writes: "The first fishing title arrives to Kinect, Rapala For Kinect, but it’s primarily geared for kids in my opinion. Adults will have to wait a little longer to enjoy a fishing simulation for Kinect. If you don’t know anything about Rapala, here’s the synopsis:

If you’re fishing without any gear it means you have ninja-quick hands – or you have an Xbox Kinect! Reel in the big catch using nothing but your own body in this motion-controlled Rapala fishing adventure. The intuitive commands make play as easy as a relaxing afternoon on the lake…until the fish start biting! Reel ‘em in fast as you race the competition and the clock. Hop between fishing spots in fast-paced solo or competitive play. The action almost never lets up, with an average of just 45 seconds between when you cast your line and when you bring in your catch. Drop-in/drop-out multiplayer lets anyone join whenever the urge bites." (Kinect, Rapala for Kinect, Xbox 360) 5/10

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