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Deadliest Catch: Alaskan Storm Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Choose your boat. Hand pick your crew from a group of tough, hardened men. Ship out, and try to make your fortune on the Bering Sea while doing the world's most dangerous job – King Crab Fishing. Crab fishermen experience a nearly 100-percent crew-injury rate; it's up to you to make sure that despite wounds, 40-foot waves, storms, and ice, you still do your job and bring in your jackpot. Be careful, though, because making a bad crew selection or boat choice could lead to disaster on the high seas. Sig, Edgar, and Norman Hansen are all represented in the game, where you can play in arcade-style mini-games or a Career Mode with missions.
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