Endless Ocean (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Wii games
Description:Genre: Simulation / published by: Nintendo / Release date: 2007-11-09 / Navigating their way through the depths of the ... more
Endless Ocean (Wii) ... ocean using the Wii remote, players guide their character using the pointer's cursor, visible as a bright blue dot. When players wish to interact with fish or plants they can highlight them with the pointer and press the A Button. By doing so, players discover new species and build up their fish log. Whats more you can also befriend companions like a dolphin which will become your partner and with whom you can train and swim with.
Newest Review: ... the ocean deep, using the Wiimote in a sort of point-and-click fashion. It ultimately boils down to what you want out of a ... more
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Customer Endless Ocean (Wii) Reviews (21)
by - written on 15/04/08 (Useful, 60 readings)
My Girlfriend saw the advert for this game and insisted that we rush out and buy it. So, out we went 30 minutes later im watching her swim around under the ocean with a scuba tank to Enya. This, its fair to say is not a game for a lad like me who would enjoy the game more if there were pirates, man eating sharks, harpoons and flare guns. Having said this, the game does have a very impressive visual style and is well observed. The games is not particularly linear and you can do pretty much what you want, from petting the creatures that are sunbathing on your boat, to taking landlubbers on daytrips to see their favourite fish. Gameplay largely revolves around the idea that Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/08 (Very useful, 251 readings)
As the handles of some Dooyoo users testify, there are people here who love diving. I don't have a scuba-related monicker, but I love getting suited up and giant-striding into that weightless wonderland as much as any of them. If it wasn't for the facts I'm nowhere near the sea or a decent lake and my ear drums have an annoying habit of going pop, I'd do it a lot more. I therefore approached Endless Ocean with a degree of skepticism, dare I say it snobbery. There was no way a computer game could come close to replicating the experience of gliding through the water, each fin-stroke taking you further into that mysterious world. Was there? In a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Endless Ocean is an incredibly odd game, and while it's easy to be enticed by its ethereal wonder, this isn't enough for me to give it a free pass given that it's really quite bland and joyless. Still, if you've never seen a game like this before, it might provide some enjoyment. The game is quite simple; there isn't any real premise and you just explore the ocean deep, using the Wiimote in a sort of point-and-click fashion. It ultimately boils down to what you want out of a game, because those used to games with a point might be a bit dispirited by this. Also, while quite expansive, you will reach the bounds of the ocean eventually, with the game telling you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Endless Ocean is a misleading now, since whilst it is in the ocean, it isn't endless (okay okay, I'm just being picky). This is a diving semi-simulator, I say semi-simulator because you don't have to actually set up any diving equipment, you don't have to worry about getting the bends and there's no danger, in fact if you do run out of oxygen you just get returned to the boat.... But that's not what the game is about, this game is all about relaxation and exploration... or exploration and relaxation, whichever floats your boat first I guess. You are a diver and you have a lovely boat that is frequented by all manner of sea based animals ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Endless ocean on the wii is one of the wiis strongest game i believe. The game is not only enjoyable but also very informative. The game starts off by you diving in a shallow bay allowing you to swim round and find information out about the local wildlife that inhabits the area. In order to gain information on fish and other sea creatures you must stroke/poke interact with them. Eventually you will see some glitter by them whih means you have unlocked some information about them. Each animal has 3 pieces to find out, but you must see the animal three times in order to get it. SO lots of diving on and off your boat. Animals arent just in the water ... Read the complete review
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