Let’s Fish! Hooked On Catches a Release Date

Monday, January 21st, 2013

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Let's FIsh! Hooked on

Wired Productions moe fishing sim Let’s Fish! Hooked On has caught a release date. The game will drop on PSN for the Vita on January 29th for US and January 30th for EU for the low price of $19.99. The game combines real life fishing with the Vita’s touch screen controls and looks to be a ton of fishing fun. It features four anime styled character to choose from, each with their own unique story line. Each character also has a special skill that will make each of the characters play a bit differently.

The game features four gameplay modes: World Tour, Challenge, Training, and Underwater mode. World Tour mode is where the characters story lines take place. This is said to be about a 40 hour experience. For Challenge mode, think of it as an arcade mode; pick up and play a quick round on the go. Training mode will help you get your fishing skills up to par. Finally, Underwater mode will allow to view you prized catches underwater. Online rankings and trophies are abound in this one as well. For more information you can visit the official website here.

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