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Fishing Spirits Nintendo Switch Version details, trailer

Posted on May 14, 2019 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch, Videos

Fishing Spirits Nintendo Switch Version

Following the recent news regarding Fishing Spirits Nintendo Switch Version, Bandai Namco has announced the game officially.

First up, below are the first set of details, courtesy of Gematsu:

General

– Fishing medal game popular at arcades all over Japan where you use medals, choose a rod, and fish to get medals
– Attractions are currently also available at Huis Ten Bosch, Nanja Town, and Nagashima Spa Land
– Hold the pair of Joy-Cons like you would hold a fishing rod
– Or play with up to four players with each player using one Joy-Con
– Holding the Joy-Cons like a Rod
– Cast Your Float: Swing the left Joy-Con to cast your float
– Reel In Your Line: Rotate the right Joy-Con in circles to reel in your line
– Catch the Fish: When you catch a fish, the Joy-Con will rumble to indicate the force of the fish
– You can play with two Joy-Cons or a single Joy-Con held vertically, but it cannot be played in Handheld Mode or with a single Joy-Con held horizontally
– Over 250 types of fish
– Many original new fish for the Switch version

Medal Mode

– Play the Fishing Spirits you know from Japanese arcades
– Catch fish to get medals
– Up to two players can play together
– The medals you save up can be used to develop machines
– The fish you catch are explained in detail in the Fish Encyclopedia

Adventure Mode

– Single-player mode where you go on an adventure with the Kappa Brothers to capture the big ones
– Guard and parry against fish attacks with original rules to enjoy fishing actions
– By collecting the materials you get from catching fish, you can build rods and increase your fishing strength
– Countless new big ones will also appear

Tournament Mode

– Play with up to four players
– Everyone uses a single Joy-Con
– With three different rule sets, anyone can enjoy playing
– You can even activate special moves

And a trailer:

Fishing Spirits Nintendo Switch Version is due out for Switch on July 25.

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