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Endless Ocean: Blue World (Wii)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the controls and value for money are overall positive. The graphics and story also get good reviews, but many are less positive about the multi player mode.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Endless Ocean: Blue World (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Endless Ocean: Blue World (Wii)

 

Venturing deep beneath the waves to explore lush aquatic worlds teeming with life and mystery in Endless Ocean was a completely different experience from what most players had previously encountered on the Wii. The ultrarelaxed atmosphere along with...

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Endless Ocean: Blue World Review

 

Does Nintendo have what it takes to make a ocean simulator fun?

Endless Ocean is an ambitious game in scope that does much to address the shortcomings of its predecessor but doesn't offer much in terms of a traditional video game. Give it a rent to get a great sense of the underwater wonderland.

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Endless Ocean: Blue World Review

 

Into the Deep

Beautiful underwater environments, plenty to see and do, relaxed atmosphere

Lame graphics "on land", leisurely pace may turn you off

This is a game of beautiful sights and sounds, of collecting and learning, and the sheer joy of exploring. If you're looking for hardcore mechanics or twitch action, you're in the wrong place, but anyone looking for a relaxing change of pace will be...

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Endless Ocean: Blue World Review

 

Undah dah seeeeaaaa!

Pretty, for the Wii; Controls are easy to pick up; Large database of fish to discover

Story is thin and uninteresting

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Endless Ocean: Blue World

 

So beautiful. So dull.

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Endless Ocean: Blue World

 

Nintendo and Arika make the endless ocean even bigger and better in this sequel.

Beautiful underwater environments ; Large amount of content ; It's more of a "game" this time around ; Great Wii Remote controls

Poor on-shore controls and graphics ; No MP3/AAC support

Yeah, that sort of thing is extremely common in this game. A lot of the stuff requires that you do something completely unrelated because it can be unlocked. Sometimes it requires going through a whole sequence of unrelated tasks (like trying to...

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Review: Endless Ocean: Blue World (Nintendo Wii)

 

It's rare you see a Nintendo title with budget pricing. After all, many of their games are actually slightly above the average price for a game on one of their systems. We see this most often on the DS where Nintendo first party games go for ve...

In a day and age where most gamers tend to be shocked and appalled at seeing a fifty or sixty dollar price tag on a game that is essentially garbage, Endless Ocean: Blue World is a refreshing breath of air. At only ’9.99, you are getting a game that is...

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Endless Ocean: Blue World Review

 

The second dip is just as nice as the first.

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Endless Ocean: Blue World

 

My name is Chad. And I love dolphins. Because of this love -- nay, obsession -- our illustrious Mr. Sterling was generous enough to allow me to take a shot at reviewing Endless Ocean: Blue World ...

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Endless Ocean: Blue World

 

Make no mistake about it; this is a massive game.

Although Endless Ocean: Blue World undeniably deviates from the typical definition of a "game", that doesn't mean that gamers cannot enjoy it. The massive assortment of collectible treasures and shockingly expansive game environments will appeal to any...

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