Japan never got Rapala Tournament Fishing, which was released as the first fishing title on the Wii. Instead Mezase!! Tsuri Master from Hudson is going to be the first fishing game released in their region. The remote acts as a fishing rod and you can cast a line by throwing the remote. When you catch a fish you pull back on the remote and spin the nunchuck to reel it in. Hudson plans to release Mezase!! Tsuri Master on March 21st for 5,040 yen ($41). Compared to Rapala Tournament Fishing, Mezase!! Tsuri Master has a different style with cartoon-like graphics instead of going for the realisitc look seen in Rapala.