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incite PC Gaming
With more lakes, stronger tournament and career modes, and better video performance (the game can be sluggish on systems that far exceed the requirements), Championship Bass could be the biggest fish in the PC pond. As it stands, Championship Bass is an extremely promising - and entertaining - first effort that you, like us, may like for totally different reasons than you like Trophy Bass 4.
Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault)
While it isn’t so strategic that it can be considered a simulation, Championship Bass isn’t so purely arcade-based that it can truly be considered an action title either. Rather, the game finds itself within a sort of middle ground, and as such appears to be opening up the market to novices and casual anglers who know very little about the sport and have no particular care for realism. Unfortunately, certain issues such as repetitiveness, poor sound and disappointing multiplayer sap any degree of longevity that this offering might have had. As entertaining as it may be, Championship Bass proves to be little more than a flash in the pan, its style outliving its substance.