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THQ goes fishing (screens)

by Rainier on Sept. 11, 2001 @ 10:48 p.m. PDT

Continuing THQ’s strong tradition of premiere B.A.S.S. Inc. licensed fishing games; BASS Strike brings the sport of fishing to life like never before. Dynamic camera action, realistic fish behavior and beautiful graphics immerse players in a world of screaming reels and fierce competition. Release date: Oct 2001

If you want to experience thrilling tournament action, the BASSMASTERS Tournament Trail™ is the one for you. BASS Strike features the only Tournament Trail that leads to the premiere world championship – the BASS Masters Classic®. Whether you’re a weekend angler – cranking your lure through deep water, or a seasoned pro skimming the lake-top in anticipation of a water-churning strike, BASS Strike promises to deliver exhilaration, excitement and top tournament competition in one action-packed fishing game.

B.A.S.S is the World’s largest fishing organisation with over half a million members in the US. Publishing several fishing magazines, B.A.S.S also runs the Tournament Trail, leading to the premier World championship event – The BASS Masters Classic.

Primary Game Features:

  • Dynamic Camera: follow the action above and below the surface.
  • Thrilling Arcade action – struggle with Trophy Bass and legendary ‘lunkers’ in challenging fight sequences.
  • Four games modes: Tournament Trail, Arcade mode, Lure Challenge and Practice mode.
  • 7 full 3D lakes modelled after real-life locations, each featuring incredible graphics (moving plants, sparkling water etc.
  • Real lures and movement: Choose from a range of lures that have a direct affect on your chances of landing a monster fish! Each of the 6 in-game anglers (unlock 4 more!) has their own unique methods, lures and attributes.
  • Variable weather conditions with dynamic effects on play and featuring commentary and advice from Shaw Grigsby – 9 time Bass Masters Classic® qualifier.

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