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A 45-second cast-to-catch time frame ensures angling with an emphasis on fun. Players will also partake in boat races that give bonuses to the next round of fishing as they speed along to the many different fishing hotspots. With plenty of gnarly jumps, extreme bumping and rapid speed boosts, these chariots of the sea are sure to bring out the fun! Things are always better with a friend and Rapala for Kinect is no exception. Up to four players can come together and play through the fishing mode or boat races.

The arcade gameplay and cel-shaded graphics blend to create a distinct fishing game for the Kinect. Rapala for Kinect comes with plenty of comical hi-jinks such as user-generated content that captures an image of your face and pastes it onto one of the game’s boss fish. Hilarity will continue to ensue when players discover that all of the Rapala brand lures communicate with hilariously entertaining fish-speak. Finally, for the socially connected gamers of the world, complete Facebook integration allows them to share their proudest catches on the web.
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