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Fishing Resort

Platform(s): Wii
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: XSEED Games
Developer: PROPE
Release Date: Nov. 22, 2011

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'Fishing Resort' (Wii) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on July 22, 2011 @ 5:15 p.m. PDT

Fishing Resort is a a new title themed around arcade-style fishing and recreations that drops players into a tropical island locale which they can explore as they see fit – this is a vacation after all!

“We appreciate Namco Bandai Games giving us the opportunity to once again work with PROPE and Yuji Naka’s team of visionaries on another original game property that delivers an engaging entertainment experience,” commented Jun Iwasaki, President of XSEED Games. “Fishing Resort is an especially interesting title, blending accessibility with more complex game mechanics that players of all abilities can appreciate.”

In Fishing Resort, players are put in control of their own island vacation and free to do as they please – get up early in the morning and try to grab massive fish in the deep sea, or rent a bicycle and travel to a remote lagoon. Players are free to fish wherever there is water, and a variety of locales are available, from tropical ocean fishing on the high sea to ice fishing atop the island’s mountains. With over 20 fish-related mini games and over 200 varieties of fish available – not to mention four-player competitive modes and online leaderboards, which show players how they stack up against other anglers around the world – there’s plenty of content for both casual players and completionists alike.

Players start out in Fishing Resort by customizing their own unique character, and can choose to make a cartoon-style character of themselves, or someone entirely different. Add in over 200 items such as shoes, clothes, sunglasses, backpacks, hats and much more, and each player is given the tools to create an entirely unique character with which to explore the island. Fishing is accomplished by mimicking real-life fishing motions using the Wii Remote™ to cast and moving the Nunchuk in a circular motion to reel in fish, which range from pond guppies to massive marlins over 10-feet in length!



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