Ace Angler: Nintendo Switch Version coming to Asia with English subtitles on July 21

New controller peripheral also announced for Japan.

Ace Angler: Nintendo Switch Version

Bandai Namco will release arcade fishing game Ace Angler: Nintendo Switch Version with English subtitles and Japanese voice-overs on July 21 in Southeast Asia, the company announced.

HORI also announced it will release an “Ace Angler Dedicated Joy-Con Attachment for Nintendo Switch” peripheral on July 21 for 2,480 yen in Japan.

Ace Angler: Nintendo Switch Version first launched in July 2019 in Japan as Tsuri Spirits: Nintendo Switch Version.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bandai Namco Entertainment Southeast Asia:

About Ace Angler: Nintendo Switch Version

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

Under the supervisor of the Ace Angler team, the “Medal Mode” of the arcade fishing simulation game will be followed closely and implemented into Nintendo Switch to enjoy the fishing experience fully! Furthermore, set sail on a journey with the Kappa brothers in the single-player ‘Adventure Mode’ to capture all the big fishes.

Have fun with your family and friends in “Competition Mode” in which Joy-Cons can be split up and played up to four players! The three modes can be selected accordingly to the meet players’ playstyle and needs! There are also 50 new species added into the game, giving a total of 220 fishes to be caught! Take on the challenge and reel in all the fishes!

About Ace Angler

Ace Angler is a popular fishing stimulation game in arcades all over the globe.

A fishing stimulation game where you reel in small fishes such as clownfish and boxfish as well as the big fishes such as angler shark, giant squid using a “Rod Controller”! Acquire medals when you catch a fish and get even more medals when you reel in the big fishes!

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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