Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos Pro Reviews
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Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos Reviews3
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|Games Radar||5/10||Dec 14 '10|
|GameSpot||3.5/10||Dec 21 '10|
|GameZone||5/10||Jan 01 '11|
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Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos Previews
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|Destructoid||Jun 20 '10|
|Games Radar||Nov 03 '10|
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" All right, confession here: we’re huge fans of Deadliest Catch on the Discovery Channel. It was the kind of show where when we first saw it while flipping along, it looked horrendously boring. Every time we flipped past it, we just saw guys standing around on the deck of a boat with big cages of crabs being hauled out of the water by cranes. Somewhere along the line, though, the show grabbed us. We don’t know when or how it happened, but the whole thing became fascinating: here were brave-as-hell, hard-as-nails men risking their lives every damn day so people around the world could stuff their faces with sweet, juicy crab... ..."
" Crabs and videogames have never really gotten along. In the digital realm, they tend to be much larger than they have any right to be, and usually require immediate termination with the use of a gun or some kind of magical attack. Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos takes a sympathetic look at the crab by tasking the player with merely capturing them. No need to cast spells or reload your rocket launcher, just throw down your traps and take a nap, because this game is boring. Maybe there is a reason crabs are always over-sized in videogames. It’s because any digital interaction with normal sized crabs will turn into a struggle to maintain consciousness... ..."
"Sea of Chaos seems to have no clue what makes the TV series so entertaining."