Angler's Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing 3D brings the serenity and excitement of catching a giant bass on a pristine lake to Nintendo 3DS systems.
Players can float through tranquil waters for the perfect fishing spot any time of day or join their very own Angler's Club to compete in over 50 championship tournaments in visually stunning 3D. The all-new analogue stick controls and accelerometer available on the Nintendo 3DS system make finding and hooking fish the most authentic and natural experience on a handheld system. Angler's Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing 3D also features the ability to fully customise characters using in-game tools and to use the built-in camera to use their own facial features to create their very own personal fisherman. In addition, players can increase their fishing skills and knowledge using realistic lures, reels, rods, and gear to aid players in becoming the ultimate bass fishing master!
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