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Yo-kai Watch 4
During Anime Expo, Level-5 confirmed that there are plans to bring the recently-released Yo-kai Watch 4 west. No further details were given, however.
This week in Q&A Quest, we talk about Yo-Kai Watch. We also talk about how horror themed RPGs could potentially work.
With Yo-kai Watch 4 launching in Japan next month, Level-5 has provided some more details about the game. The new details include a crossover with GeGeGe no Kitaro, the game’s version of Crank-a-kai machines, and the game’s new system for recruiting yo-kai allies.
Level-5 has announced a delay to the Japanese release of Yo-kai Watch 4 to allow for further quality improvements. Fortunately, the delay is not a long one.
The latest Yo-kai Watch entry is nearing its Japanese release date. Level-5 whets appetites by releasing the game’s official opening movie.
Level-5 has provided a few extra tidbits about the upcoming Yo-kai Watch 4. New reveals include more playable human characters and a new befriending system.
Level-5 has announced a Japanese release date for Yo-kai Watch 4. The June date comes alongside a new trailer and a relaunch for the game’s official website.
Yo-kai Watch 4 is getting some new gameplay elements. Both the Naviwoof and Yo-ki Power are new additions coming to the series as it makes its Switch debut.
A demo for Yo-kai Watch 4 was on offer in Japan as part of the World Hobby Fair 2019. For those unable to try to demo, Level-5 has released a playthrough video.
Level-5 followed up its recent update on Yo-kai Watch 4 with a new trailer. RPGamers can check out the game’s new graphics and combat system as the series leaps from 3DS to Switch.
A playable demo for Yo-kai Watch 4 will be available at the World Hobby Fair in locations across Japan over the next month. Level-5 used to opportunity to provide more details and some new screenshot for the game.
Level-5 has finally released its TGS video for Yo-kai Watch 4. The move to Switch looks to be providing some substantial changes for the series.
A couple of Level-5’s upcoming titles will take a bit longer to release in Japan. Both Inazuma Eleven Ares and Yo-kai Watch 4 have been pushed back a season.
Mike Apps begged me to go check out Yo-kai Watch 4, and I am here to tell him that it is wonderful. Thank you for yelling at me to check it out, Mike!
A new Yo-kai Watch game is heading to Japan this year, making the jump to Nintendo Switch. Western RPGamers still wait to see if the third game will ever be localised.