Get Your Rod Out! Lets Fish: Hooked On Releases Next Week On Vita


Developed by the team behind SEGA Bass Fishing and Ape Escape (PSP), Let’s Fish! Hooked On invites you to tackle four challenging game modes as you take advantage of the unique capabilities of the PlayStation®Vita. Cast, hook and reel numerous classes of fish, earn new lures and play through 11 themed outdoor stages on your way to becoming World Champion.



Combining realistic fishing action with fast arcade style game play using the PS Vita touchscreen, Let’s Fish! Hooked On comes with a full story mode and aims to make fishing fun for everyone.  Choosing between four different anime-styled characters, each with their own story line and unique abilities, players are challenged to improve their skills by competing in a host of progressively difficult tournaments in their bid to win the World Tour.




With online rankings and Trophies to collect, including the prestigious Platinum Trophy, Let’s Fish! Hooked On is a first of its kind game for PlayStation® Vita that will have you hooked!




Let’s Fish! Hooked On will be published by Wired Productions in North America on January 29th and in Europe on January 30th on PlayStation Vita exclusively.




Let’s Fish! Hooked On will be available to download in North America on January 29th and in Europe on January 30th, via the PlayStation Network. Gamers will soon be able to enjoy the PS Vita’s first full-scale fishing game priced £14.99 / €19.99 / US $19.99 / AUD $24.95.

Here is a look at the levels you can unlock in the game. They maintain their charm and look gorgeous.





















With a huge selection of baits, players and levels to play, The game looks like a new updated version of Bass Fishing on DreamCast. Not surprisingly really as one of the devs from that game is working on this title. Just the sheer wealth of options and amount of content on other, you can not help but think that 14.99 is actually a bargain. Look out for a review on the game closer to release.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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