Endless Ocean: Blue World invites gamers to once again explore Earth's vast and varied underwater realms, this time with a greater emphasis on adventure than its scuba-diving predecessor Endless Ocean. Players join the explorers of L&L Diving as they search for the origin of the mysterious Song of Dragons in waterways around the world, including the Ciceros Strait, the Weddell Sea, the North Coast of Canada, and the Gatama Atoll. During their travels, gamers will explore shipwrecks, search for sunken treasure, and interact with more than 300 different species, including lionfish, piranha, arapaima, penguins, seals, squid, and a variety of sharks, dolphins, and whales.
A number of different tools let players use their Wii Remote to highlight important or interesting underwater landmarks, lure friendly creatures, snap photos, cure sick animals, fend off aggressors, and track down rare materials and treasure. Any items that gamers salvage can be sold to purchase decorations for a personal reef or aquarium, and players can also befriend a dolphin and bring it along for dives. Endless Ocean: Blue World also includes a multiplayer aspect, letting two gamers use Nintendo's Wi-Fi Connection and Wii Speak functionality to chat while they explore the same underwater locales.
Endless Ocean: Blue World
E10+ - Everyone 10+
Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Violence
Number of Players
Game Special Features
Discover more than 300 different creatures by diving in waterways all around the world
Use special tools like an underwater pen, a whistle, a "Pulsar" device, and a multisensory
Head online to join a friend for underwater swimming and conversations