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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Angler’s Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing™ 3D captures the thrill of tournament style fishing by providing the most authentic and natural fishing experience on a handheld system in stunning 3D.  Featuring over 40 championship tournaments, players can compete and win trophies using a variety of skills to become a world class fishing champion.  Players will be able to choose from a selection of boats and guide them through the legendary waters of Lake Sunrise in a quest to catch the giant bass coveted by local residents.  Angler’s Club lets players create and customize their very own character using in-game tools and players can snap a personal photograph with the built-in camera to create a fisherman of their likeness.  In addition, players can increase their fishing skills and knowledge using realistic lures, reels, rods, and gear, making Angler’s Club a great tool for beginners to learn the sport or the fishing enthusiast to bring the joys of the lake anywhere.
 
KEY FEATURES:
Stunning 3D Environments Only Possible Using the Nintendo 3DS™ system – Angler’s Club: Ultimate Bass Fishing 3D showcases the graphical abilities of the Nintendo 3DS system and immerses players into vivid 3D environments where they can enjoy the beauty of the lake with an unprecedented amount of visual depth in their quest for the big catch!
 
Compete in Tournaments to Become a Pro – Players can become the ultimate fisherman and test their skills in over 40 different tournaments on the lake in a variety of challenges to win prize money and purchase better gear.
 
Authentic Fishing Experience – Customize your fishing experience to come out on top by choosing the right boat, fishing spots, and a large selection of top of the line equipment including rods, lines, and over 500 different types of lures to maneuver through the changing environments of the lake.
 
Large Selection of Fish to Catch – With an expansive lake to explore, players can drop their line anywhere in their pursuit to catch a variety of fish, including the legendary bass that brings fishermen back to Lake Sunrise each year.
 
Be in the Game – Create a unique fishing experience of your very own with the 3DS built-in camera to create a fisherman using your actual image.  
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