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CGRundertow – DEADLIEST CATCH: SEA OF CHAOS for Nintendo Wii Video Game Review

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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos from DoubleTap Games and Crave Entertainment for the Nintendo Wii. Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos is also available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos essentially amounts to a glorified minigame collection. You play as a whole fleet of people who catch crabs, navigating around a map to catch said crabs. You might want to call this a fishing game until you realize there isn’t any fishing whatsoever in this game. Sea of Chaos splits the entire crab-attaining process into a series of repetitive minigames. This video review features video gameplay footage of Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s Derek.

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CGRundertow - DEADLIEST CATCH: SEA OF CHAOS for Nintendo Wii Video Game Review

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  1. Dude. If you wanna review a half decent licensed "collection of minigames" game on wii…check out The Garfield Show: Threeat of the Space Lasagna. It has good use of the Garfield license and some decent use of the Wii Fit Board and the Wii Motion Plus. Some of the games on it are hit or miss but some of them are not bad. Love your reviews Derek. keep it up.

  2. Hope you feel better soon Derek.
    I take my hat off to you good sir for going above and beyond for us undertoads by still reviewing games with that throat of yours.

  3. @MechanizedFantasy Now now, we've all established that those who like JS only like it because of how deplorable it is overall and those people are gluttons for punishment.

    Back to Deadliest Catch. Is the show really that popular? I mean, it's a show about fishing crustaceans. What's so cool about it that it got TWO games released? Maybe it's the same reason Deal or No Deal had games published.

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