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How to Get Sega Bass Fishing Free on Steam

Last Updated on July 24, 2023

PC version of Sega Bass Fishing free to subscribers of the gaming giant’s newsletter – all you need to do is sign up!

If you’re stuck indoors with the current horrific weather or just want a retro gaming experience that’s a bit different, Sega Bass Fishing might just be the answer.

And as it’s available for free right now, it’s worth spending a few minutes of your time on.

Sega Bass Fishing is a fishing video game developed and published by Sega in 1997. It was originally released as an arcade game for the Sega Model 3 hardware, and was later ported to the Dreamcast, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and PC (2011).

The game is a simulation of bass fishing, and players attempt to hook and reel in fish with different lures. The arcade version uses a Sega Fishing Controller, which features a fishing rod and reel that players can use to control the game. Of course, the various ports don’t use that special controller, instead relying on various implementations of the appropriate controllers.

Unsurprisingly, the Nintendo Wii version plays closest to the original.

Get Sega Bass Fishing free on your PC

To play the game for free:

  • Go to games.sega.com/bassfishing
  • Complete the form (some personal details are required)
  • Check the box labelled “Get SEGA Bass Fishing? Yes, please! Steam codes fulfilled after promo period ends on 7/31”
  • Click SUBMIT
  • You’ll be required to verify your email address
  • Once confirmed, you will be signed up to the Sega newsletter

That’s it! The Steam keys for Sega Bass Fishing will be emailed with the August 1st newsletter. Remember to sign-up before July 31st to get Sega Bass Fishing free on your PC.

(Destructoid)

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Gaming since 1984, retro gaming since 2004. Contributes to Linux Format magazine, TechRadar.com, and other publications.

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