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Endless Ocean

One of the first cabs off the post Christmas rank is Nintendo's dive/sea-life sim, Endless Ocean where you take lengthy dives to look at the seemingly endless array of life beneath the waves. Befriend dolphins, watch rays swim overhead and discover hidden treasures buried deep in the ocean depths.

From the review:
Endless Ocean, is a game that - like so many other Wii games – doesn’t really fit the normal videogaming standard. Here there are no stars to collect, enemies to defeat or high scores to beat. This game is an arcade simulation of scuba diving. It sounds odd, and for its purpose alone is ultimately unique and will take a lot of patience and fortitude to get the most out of.
Endless Ocean is a unique and slow-paced game that may not be for everyone, but is most definitely something worth taking a look at. Click here for our full review.



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