Over 180 kinds of fish! More than 70 types of fishing gear! 40 fishing locations! Explore various locations and see a lot of fish! Catch a big one by changing your equipment to match the fish and setting! Fish that are caught are recorded in the “Fish Book”. Become an angling master!
Japan gets a lot of game-specific download cards that the rest of the world doesn't. Two more of those cards surfaced today. Check out the cards for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes and Fishing Star: World Tour above. Again, these aren't planned to see release outside of Japan.
We already knew that Fishing Star: World Tour was releasing in Japan at the end of the month, but now we've learned that the game will see release in NA/EU on Jan. 31st, 2019 as well. Here are some other details, just incase you missed the first round.
- supports English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese, and Japanese
- 2.6GB of space required
- over 180 kinds of fish
- more than 70 types of fishing gear
- as many as 40 fishing locations
- explore various locations and catch a boatload of fish
- catch a big one by changing your equipment to match the fish and its environment
- fish that are caught are recorded in a “Fish Book”. Become an angling master!
- choose a play-style that suits you!
- play a trolling mini-game using the Toy-Con Fishing Rod!
- land a big fish while aboard a speeding vessel
Earlier this week, we shared a few gameplay tidbits and the Japanese release date for Fishing Star: World Tour. Today we have the latest trailer for the game, as well as some more info.
- change your fishing gear based on the weather and fish
- fish you catch are recorded in your Fish Encyclopedia
- cast and reel by swinging the Joy-Con, or use the Joy-Con sticks if you'd like
- play mini-games with the Fishing Rod Toy-Con
GREE has announced that Fishing Star: World Tour will hit the Switch in Japan on Jan. 31st, 2019. The title is priced at 2,680 yen, and will only be available through the eShop. Fishing Star: World Tour is a major revamp of a mobile fishing title GREE released a number of years back.
The game includes 180 fish and 40 locations to fish in. Most interesting, Fishing Star: World Tour supports the fishing rod Nintendo Labo Toy-Con.