By TLex It’s time to take out your most precious and prized dive watch. Its pristine case is blemish free; you want it to stay that way. God forbid you should dare to take it scuba diving!
But that’s exactly what I’m inviting you to do. Strap that beauty to your wrist and prepare to enter the amazing underwater world that is the Endless Ocean, Nintendo’s diving sim for the Wii.
* Swim through coral reefs, explore ancient shipwrecks, meet local wildlife, and more . . .
* No set time limits and no way to fail, you're free to relax and explore however you see fit . . .
* Hundreds of different types of marine life such as penguins, clownfish, dolphins, sharks, and the blue whale . . .
* Exploring is easy--just point the remote in the direction you want to go . . .
* Go online with Nintendo WFC and meet friends and family for an underwater sightseeing tour . . .
* Dive in exotic locales: from tide pools to the wrecks of World War II bombers
* Find, identify, and catalog hundreds of different types of marine life such as penguins, clownfish, dolphins, sharks and the blue whale . . .
OR alternatively get off the couch, sign up to do a PADI Open Water course or similar dive course and enjoy the real ocean, best leave that 10,000 dollar diver at home though, and dust off the old Citizen Promaster!
The term 'Desk Diver' was created by fellow dive watch enthusiast and friend, Marc . . .