New fishing video game gives you another opportunity to shirk your duties and go fishing.
Nusakana is a new RPG based on the popular Atelier video game series, if you played PlayStation in the ’90s it will look familiar. Set on a tourist-friendly island in the 1950s, you play as a fisherman who just arrived with three years to figure out the island’s dark secret.
Along with the main mission, the open-world gameplay let’s you explore, find love, find battle, craft items and trade with the locals, or just go fishing. That’s right, if you like, you can spend three years of game-time fishing. That being said, if you ignore the main mission you will get an unfavorable ending.
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They say a bad day fishing beats a good day at work. This fishing video game just might be proof of whether that carries over to the video game world.
You can find out for yourself when the game is released on Steam in the second quarter of 2015.