Ace Angler’s Fishing Rod Accessory Is Giving Us The Dreamcast Feels

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Fishing fans who were wishing to get a western release of Bandai Namco’s Fishing Spirits will be pleased to hear that it’s on its method under the brand-new name of Ace Angler.

The game is likewise getting a re-release in Japan in addition to an eccentric Hori-made peripheral called the ‘Ace Angler Dedicated Joy-Con Accessory for Switch’, which looks a bit like something from the Dreamcast era of gaming however will likely add an entire brand-new measurement to the game.

Here’s the introduction for the game:

In the Nintendo Switch version, enjoy the practical force feedback of reeling and casting the line in the fish with Joy-Con “Rod Technique.” More enjoyable is likewise added in with responsive HD vibration, where the rod actions when the fish takes the bait as though you’re fishing for real!

Under the manager of the Ace Angler team, the “Medal Mode” of the game fishing simulation game will be followed carefully and carried out into Nintendo Switch to enjoy the fishing experience completely! Set sail on a journey with the Kappa siblings in the single-player ‘Adventure Mode’ to catch all the big fishes.

Have a good time with your family and buddies in “Competition Mode” in which Joy-Cons can be broken up and played up to 4 players! The 3 modes can be chosen appropriately to the fulfill players’ playstyle and requires! There are likewise 50 brand-new types added into the game, giving an overall of 220 fishes to be captured! Handle the obstacle and attract all the fishes!

The game is set to introduce on 21 st July. If you prepare to choose up this fishing sim with the Joy-Con rod accessory with a comment below …

, let us understand.

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Neela Josh
Neela Josh
I work as the Content Writer for Gaming Ideology. I play Quake like professionally. I love to write about games and have been writing about them for two years.

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