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Review: Fishing Planet

September 02, 2017 1 min read

As someone who spent an embarrassing amount of time fishing in Final Fantasy XV, fishing games and fishing mini-games within other games have always been a guilty pleasure of mine. For context, I've been fishing my whole life and grew up on games such as Reel Fishing: Wildand Sega Bass Fishingfor the Sega Dreamcast.

And likeSega Bass Fishing, most fishing games released within the past decade usually are on the extreme end of the arcade scale in terms of mechanics. So whenFishing Planet was announced with the promise of being β€œthe ultimate fishing simulator,” I was genuinely interested. In many waysFishing Planet delivers on this claim, but it also gets snagged on things that should be a non-issue.

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