46w ago - Wired Productions Product Manager Sean Walsh has confirmed today that PlayStation Vita reels in Let's Fish Hooked On this January 29th.
To quote: Anticipation is a great thing, and through design or necessity, we've kept you all on tenterhooks regarding the release date of the PS Vita's first full-scale fishing game.
And so it is with a great sense of relief, and excitement, that we are finally able to announce today that Let's Fish! Hooked On will be making a splash on PSN, for PS Vita, on February 5th January 29th.
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.
The game, which has been developed by the team behind SEGA Bass Fishing and Ape Escape (PSP), is split into four different game modes, World Tour, with its character-driven story line; Challenge, for quick short-bursts of fishing action; Training, to help develop your skills; and Underwater Mode, which lets...
65w ago - Wired Productions Product Manager Sean Walsh has announced today that Let's Fish Hooked On aims to reel in PS Vita gamers.
To quote: Being our first, exclusive, collaboration with Sony, we are extremely proud to bring you Let's Fish!
Hooked On, the first full-scale fishing game on PS Vita, coming this autumn. So, being given the opportunity to speak directly to real gamers, we decided to share the game's first screenshots and artwork here.
Let's Fish! Hooked On, which was originally released in Japan, is developed by renowned Tokyo-based studio SIMS, whose games include SEGA Bass Fishing and PSP launch title Ape Escape.
If you hadn't guessed already, Let's Fish! Hooked On also has beautifully illustrated anime style artwork - designed by well-known Japanese artist Poyoyon Rock (whose most recent character design artwork was used for the manga series The World God Only Knows).
The game combines realistic fishing action with fast arcade-style gameplay and comes complete with a full story mode, which aims to make fishing fun for everyone.
Choosing between four different characters, each with their own storyline and unique skills, players are challenged to improve their skills and become World Champion by competing in a host of progressively more...
196w ago - Today Producer Marcus Efting of MLB 10: The Show for PS3 has shared a video dubbed 'Lights, Camera, Play Ball!' showcasing how to create your own highlight reel with the video game's built-in movie maker.
To quote: Sports fans, what could be better than the Highlight Reel from MLB 09: The Show, where the game chooses the most significant plays and presents them back to you in a television broadcast presentation style?
How about the ability to choose your own plays of the game, your own camera angles, and present them in a highlight reel fashion with your own personal touch? Move over ESPN, in MLB 10: The Show, the new Movie Maker feature allows you to do just that! Be the cameraman, the editor, and the overall director of your own personal highlight reels.
With the new Movie Maker feature in MLB 10: The Show, save up to 10 of your most memorable plays of the game. You can do this by using our extensive Replay Filter System, sorting those highlight quality plays in any order that you desire.
You can show your offensive feats first, including every double, triple, or home run from the game. Followed up by your defensive gems, including diving catches, clutch strikeouts, and double or triple plays!