ZeroTolerance writes: The Wii continues to dictate how games are presented on the console. The latest is example is Rapala: We Fish, which is a follow-up to the realistic Fishing Frenzy that was released a year ago. The difference this time around is that the developers has completely switched the game around to be more casual-friendly, and of course feel more like a party game instead of a downright simulation. I guess playing to what works is the norm in the business these days, but for a game like We Fish it just doesn't mesh well. The Rapala series has always been better as a serious fishing game; this comes across as simply a wasted effort.