Some fishing simulations make you spend hours setting your options and customizing your lures, while others don't offer any options at all. Finding the perfect balance of simulation and arcade-style action is no small task, but Sega has done it with SEGA BASS FISHING 2. Time, temperature, and weather are all working against you in this detailed simulation for the Dreamcast. You decide how much of the technical mastery of lures and lines you want to take on, and then let the computer do the rest. There are more than 100 lures to choose from, and a plethora of fish to hook in this trip to the pond, and there are plenty of customizable options to keep things fresh. Unlike the first installment of SEGA BASS FISHING, this chapter allows you to cast your line any point you can lay eyes on not just a selected area of the lake. Awesome animation shows everything from swaying corral to the effects of a fish's breath on the water around it. In fact, everything looks great here from the clouds in the sky to the frogs and insects.