Let's Fish! Hooked On

Let's Fish! Hooked On


PlayStation Vita
Wired Productions


Game Rating

User Ratings: 2

Our Review: 3/10

Let's Fish! Hooked On News


  • Store Update 29th January 2013 (North America)

    Hooked hitman

    It’s not a particularly packed week on the North American PlayStation Store, but there’s still a string of titles worth your attention. New arrivals include the digital version of Bayonetta, the Hitman HD Trilogy, and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. There’s also a little game called Let’s Fish: Hooked On, which we’re genuinely...

  • News Let's Fish Hooks a Reely Big One from 30th January

    Making a splash

    You’ll be able to get your fingers all over the cast of Let’s Fish: Hooked On’s rods later this month, when the fishing simulator swims to the PlayStation Vita on 30th January in Europe. Those of you in North America will have to wait a little while longer to get wet, as the title is not set to wash up on international shores...

  • News Let's Fish Hooks Footage of Feisty Angler Jamie

    Reely good

    Let's Fish: Hooked On's lead character Jamie may not look dressed for the sport, but the teenage sensation is actually a keen angler. Fuelled by her rivalry with the busty Kano and her lust for the dreamy Ryuji, the feisty fisher uses her partially unbuttoned Daisy Dukes and poorly placed Band Aids to win carp catching competitions all...


  • News Wired Productions Reels in First Let's Fish! Footage

    It's a big one

    Set aside that smirk, because Let’s Fish! Hooked On looks awesome. Not only is the arcade angling title the product of former SEGA Bass Fishing developers, but it also allows you to watch underdressed anime girls handle enormous rods in public. That’s worth the price of admission alone. The full game promises an engrossing story...


  • News Let's Fish! Hooks PlayStation Vita This Fall

    Reely good news

    Wired Productions is aiming to make a splash this fall with Let’s Fish! Hooked On for PlayStation Vita. The arcade fishing title is the product of renowned Tokyo-based studio SIMS, who previously worked on SEGA Bass Fishing and Ape Escape for PSP. It features a striking anime art style, illustrated by manga luminary Poyoyon Rock...