FuRyu Announces Fishing Action Game Fishing Fighters for Switch

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FuRyu has announced (via Ryokutya2089, Nintendo) Fishing Fighters, a new fishing action game for Nintendo Switch.

The new fishing action game is launching for Switch on March 25th in Japan for 2,200 yen, and pre-orders kick off on March 4th for a 1,760 discounted price.

Here’s the first screenshots:

Here’s the debut trailer:

Here’s a rundown on the game, via its eShop listing:

Glowing realism!
Enjoy fishing by yourself or with others!

A realistic and exciting fishing game is coming to the Nintendo Switch!
In “Fishing Fighters”, you can experience the realistic feeling of real fishing by utilizing the vibration and sensor of Joy-Con.
In “Fishing Fighters,” you can experience the real fishing experience by using the Joy-Con vibration and sensors to control the timing of the fish eating the bait and the tension of the line to catch the big fish!

In the story mode, there are many unique characters!
Clear missions prepared for each stage (fishing ground)!
You can buy new fishing rods, lures, and other items with the points you earn based on the results of your catches.

You can buy new fishing rods, lures, and other items with the points you earn based on your catches. The bait, traps, rods, reels, and other items and settings are all authentic!

You can choose from various combinations of bait, traps, rods, and reels, depending on the fishing environment and the fish you are targeting.
You can choose from a variety of combinations, depending on the environment of your fishing spot and the fish you’re after, and find the best conditions to catch your target!

There are over 100 species of fish in the game! More than 100 types of fish are included in the game! The fish you catch are registered in the game’s picture book.

There are more than 100 types of fish in the game, and you can register the fish you catch in your fish book.
It’s sure to be a blast with family and friends!

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