Now, I’m not saying you’re not gonna like this, I’m just saying it’s probably better suited for your 6 year old, though I have a feeling its Japanese makers have a more mature audience in mind.

To each their own, and if roaming the room with a little gadget in hand is the thing for you, and looking for virtual fishes superimposed on its camera feed sounds like fun, then by all means shell out 6,279 Yen for the Tahara Tomy “Virtual Master Real”.

So find out what the Yen exchange rate is, wait until July, then happy hybrid virtual/real fishing to you.