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Fishing Resort

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  • Available on Wii
  • For fans of Sports
  • Publisher(s): XSEED
  • Release Date(s): Nov 22, 2011
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The last game I played by Sonic the Hedgehog creator Yuji Naka was Ivy the Kiwi? for the Nintendo DS. That game was a fine on-rails 2D platformer that featured slick touchscreen controls, a wonderful soundtrack, storybook visuals, and all the appeal an indie game fan like myself could want in a game. Yuji Naka is back, but this time he's at the forefront of Fishing Resort, the latest... Read Review

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