Get ready to take the plunge with underwater exploration game Endless Ocean following Nintendo's announcement that it's swimming to Europe on November 9.
Starting out on a boat in the middle of ocean, the game sees you playing as a diver researching aquatic life by swimming alongside fish, offering them bait and taking photographs. Using the Wii Remote, you guide your diver through increasingly deep waters, discovering strange and more beautiful sea creatures.
Thankfully, this isn't another boring Ecco the Dolphin clone and, while Endless Ocean may blur the boundaries between 'game' and 'experience', our previous play tests have shown that it's shaping up to be better than a dive bomb in the deep end at your local pool.
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