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3.5 stars 3.5/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews spread across 4 releases and 0 DLC

The beauty of nature and simplicity. 0

This game is something else. Its different, relaxing, beautiful, educational, and so much more. Of all those descriptions of this game I just mentioned, how often do you see them all associated with a game? I don't think I have ever used all of those to describe one game before. Endless Ocean is different from other games for a couple of reasons. The first that comes to mind is the fact that there is no danger in the game whatsoever. You can't run out of air, or suffer from pressure changes, not...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

No Little Mermaids, No Talking Crabs... 0

I kind of feel that Endless Ocean has been overlooked and also under-publicised - it's a Wii game with a novel concept, that plays well for all ages, and promotes a sense of wonder about nature, in this case the marine life in and around the coral reefs, which are in serious danger in the real world.Okay, the Wii controller is slightly shabbily used - rather than move the remote to swim, you actually point at the screen which becomes rather frustrating. But it still plays quite smoothly, and is ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Endless Ocean Review 0

Endless Ocean is a game in which you will be scuba diving, identifying fish, and documenting underground areas. You will be utilizing the Wii-mote to swim, pet fish, feed fish, get assignments, etc. This game in my opinion really isn't a game, it is more of an aquatic simulation which is coupled with soothing melodies.The graphics are exactly what you'd expect for the Wii, well maybe in some areas a little less than you'd expect. There is going to be a variety of underwater creatures, structures...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Final Thoughts: Endless Ocean 0

"Let your arms enfold us through the dark of night. Will your angels hold us till we see the light..." And with those lyrics from New Zealand chanteuse Hayley Westenra, so begins your journey within the fictional Manoa Lai Sea. As most people are probably aware by now, Endless Ocean isn't so much a game as an experience. While there is a basic story line, it's mostly just an excuse to lead the player to all of the areas in the sea and teach them to use their equipment on an incremental basis. ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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