Rising Star Games Inc, announced that Super Black Bass 3D, part of the world’s longest running fishing game franchise, is scheduled for release on the Nintendo 3DS system April 2nd, 2013 across North America.
With 16 releases across 7 different platforms, the legendary fishing series makes its return with Super Black Bass 3D for the Nintendo 3DS, and packs a host of exciting new features and gameplay modes in its tackle box that are designed exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.
Making full use of the 3DS motion sensor and gyroscope feature, cast your lure using Super Black Bass 3D‘s “Real Rod System.” Feel the impact as it hits the water surface and wait in anticipation of the catch. Go in search of more than 30 types of fish through various environments and weather conditions as you experience fishing in vivid 3D and challenge other anglers for the top spot on the world-ranking leaderboards.
Super Black Bass 3D Key Features
- Catch fish with Super Black Bass 3D’s “Real Rod System” featuring realistic movement controls
- Using the motion sensor and gyroscope features of the 3DS to cast your line
- Swing the 3DS to cast your line and then tug it towards you to reel in the fish
- Multiple Game Modes:
- Tournament – compete in fishing tournaments to test your skills
- Free mode – fish at your leisure using the settings you like
- Hundreds of fish to catch across various competitive locations
- Changing conditions that affect your fishing: changing seasons, weather conditions, and time of day
- Upgradeable fishing gear: sell your catches to buy new fishing gear that will improve your skills and catch bigger fish
- Domestic / International rankings – Give yourself a Master of SBB alias and challenge fellow anglers from around the world:
- Bass – who has caught the biggest bass
- Other fish – who has caught the biggest non-bass
- Tournament – who has the best results
- Your pond – who has the biggest fish in their pond
- Fish prints – which fish prints have you acquired
- Closest experience to real fishing on the Nintendo 3DS
- Longest running videogame fishing franchise