It lacks the polish that many games have today, and its load times can be cumbersome because they happen so often. With that said, there's still some substance beneath the unpleasant façade that fans of Deadliest Catch will enjoy, though not necessarily in unlimited quantities.
Even if you're hard up for new Move-controlled games (in which case you should be perusing PSN), avoid the temptation to give this title a shot. Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos is beyond disappointing, and it's one of the most boring titles I've had the displeasure to play this year.
Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos has a few good ideas and takes a decent stab at producing a fishing RTS of a certain kind. But controlling the boat sucks, the mini-games aren't exactly engrossing, and the total lack of intensity drags the entire experience down.
The Bering Sea has never seemed more boring than in this dull spin-off of the popular Discovery Channel reality show.
Deadliest Catch: Sea of Chaos had the chance to take the original game and fix everything that was wrong with it. Instead, it was remade, almost from scratch, and actually made worse in many areas because they tried to make the game more simple…