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Shimano Xtreme Fishing

Shimano Xtreme Fishing (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Wii
Tags: Sports, Fishing
Developer: eV Interactive


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Shimano Xtreme Fishing review

Reviewed January 07, 2010

Benjamin Woodhouse says: "There's blood in the water. When your sharp shots puncture a fish's scales, a satisfying red cloud disperses around your unfortunate target. Your high-powered harpoon will make short work of anything that moves."
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