Fishing Master Media
Fishing Master - Announce Trailer | PS VR
Critic Reviews for Fishing Master
Though riddled with localization oddities and misspellings, Fishing Master is a $20 relaxing day at the lake. If you focus on just pulling photorealistic fish into your boat and ignore the grind-heavy nature of the RPG-lite upgrade mechanics, there's a shiny lure here. I'm not sure what to do with this other hand...
If you are not sold on how awesome fishing in Virtual Reality is, then check out the Playstation store for the DEMO version first before you buy it. In the end however, I would say for a relaxing fishing trip without having to do it for real….Fishing Master VR is a must have for a fun , relaxing experience.
Fishing Master does what it strives to do. Adding a fishing experience in VR in your own home when you want to be able to do it with an arcade tone to it. The visuals are good and is not striving to have photo-realistic scenes to it and it doesn’t need to and doesn’t have to show how fun it can be. Sound wise, it’s what I expect. Hearing the water to hearing the fish jump out of the water, it’s here. The music can seem repetitive to some but does get more intense when you start having to struggle to try and catch the fish. And trying to fish at night while fireworks are going off or fishing by the Northern Lights is something that really needs to be experienced.
Fishing Master on PlayStation VR is well worth the try if you like a good angling competition. It's light-hearted and fun, and it will immerse you into a world of the sport and transport you to places you wouldn't normally be able to visit – which is the whole point of a VR experience, right