Fishing Master

Published by Hudson, Developed by Hudson

Genres: Simulation / Sports (4 players)

US release date: Sep 18th, 2007 | EU release date: Mar 7th, 2008

Fishing Master

Fishing gets closer to home in the upcoming game Fishing Master, a title that takes arcade style fishing and updates it for a whole new generation. Utilizing both the Wii RemoteTM and NunchukTM, players will be able to bait, cast, hook, & battle a variety of different fish, all from the comfort of their living rooms.

In Fishing Master, players assume the role of an up-and-coming fisherman tasked by his grandfather to compete in increasingly difficult fishing tournaments to attain the coveted Fishing Master title. Deep in accessible and varied gameplay, Fishing Master sports an enthralling single-player mode and a four-player head-to-head multiplayer mode guaranteed to have players reeling in the fun for days.

"For years, gamers have looked to Hudson for innovative and enjoyable video gaming experiences, and we're more than excited to say that we're back with a great game like Fishing Master," said John Greiner, President and CEO of Hudson Entertainment. "Fishing Master is sure to become an instant hit with the entire family."

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DarkVic said:

This looks like a game to play when you're bored.

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wii-mote dude said:

Awesome looking, but how is that ten-year-old supposed to reel in sharks?

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quartzlcc said:

Well, THIS will make good use of the Wiimote.

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tabsina said:

Looking alright.

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Spex said:

*sigh* Ok, look. A fishing game sounds all well and good to me. BUT, if someone's going to make a game about fishing, where you look at a lot of water, make the water look REALLY GOOD!

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p-nut said:

Looks like a game targeted at a younger audience. I'll probably play with my little bro.

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Hey said:

I hope you don't have to have the patience of real fishing.

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milkman844 said:

I think i'd prefer the LoZTP fishing. It looks amazing. Even OoT fishing was amazing.

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elephant.stone said:

Will this even be able to compete with the fishing in Zelda? Nah.

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ausie said:

The fishing on TP looks heaps better.

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FoolKilla said:

The fish look wicked and the depth of the water is a bit too clear to be seeing the whole shark/fish from far away.

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DarkVic said:

If TP's style of fishing beats a game that's all focused on fishing, then that would be sad.

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:) said:

I like the dog.

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Scooby!_ Jew said:

Yeah, this does look like a "little kid" game. I think I'll stick with the other Wii fishing game (not LoZ:TP), it seems more "grown up" and maybe even more professional. I hope to God it's not another "Bass Hunter" type of game.

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creepy caucasion said:

Wait. If these can download stuff from ds is that a nintendog?

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stinky12694 said:

This looks ok I guess. Darkvic is right, I'd probably play this when I'm bored OR at my dad's house to play something with him.

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Sonic Fan said:

It does look like something to play if you're bored.

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i need a wii...eww said:

For those mountains, they just look like 2d pictures just ripped off and pasted on. Click to maximise the 3rd one and you will see what I mean.

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Crimson Demon said:

This game looks bor. Zzzzzzz, hu, wah oh I'm sorry I feel asleep.

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Crimson Demon said:

Look a little dog, don't fall into the lake.

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da bomb said:

How long would it take to get bored of virtual fishing? At least real fish you can eat.

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DarkVic said:

I'd rather fish in real life.

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Crimson Demon said:

Fishing takes concentration, that's what I hate about it! The game will reek.

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Gonzo said:

Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess fishing looks better than this.

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special kid said:

I really want this game it looks fun as cause I can fish in real life.

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mazzo said:

Is this available to buy in the UK?

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DarkVic said:

I hate it when they don't take these types of games seriously. I'll stick with Rappala Tournament.

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ZAP said:

Ok, if you want to play a REAL fishing game, play Rapala.

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Coryd10 said:

This game may be really good but not better than real fishing.

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i love wii said:

What's with the dog in the top three screenshots?

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ROBst said:

I like this game but it's hard to find an English one.

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null said:

I actually got this game recently, it's much better than the TP fishing, despite its cartoonish look. With over 100 different kinds of fish, multiple lakes, bays, beaches, oceans and rivers in many different regions, and tons of bait, lures, poles to buy it makes for a very deep and long game that you won't finish very quickly. I think I may write a review for it.

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Bobby said:

This game didn't seem like fun but then when I played it with a younger kid it was really fun. I think I might go out and buy it.

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eldonping said:

This game is incredible! I've invested some 18 hours into it and I'm only half way done. I'm about to go play more right now.

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Kitty said:

I have this Fishing Master game. I don't even know how to start it, because it is in Japanese! Does anyone know where I can get a translation of all the screens?

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TruBlu said:

I like screen shot number six. So detailed.

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tee hee said:

This looks like one of them games you play when there's nothing going on.

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