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.
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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.
Yo-kai Watch 3 travels across the globe, allowing players to meet a whole new set of yo-kai. The game first makes a stopover in Europe, giving RPGamer a chance to check it out ahead of its North American arrival date in February.
Yo-kai Watch 3 is now available in Europe, a couple of months ahead of its North American release. Nintendo also confirmed that all three Japanese versions are combined into the singular western version.
Nintendo has revealed the European release date for Yo-kai Watch 3. The region will be getting the game in December, a couple of months ahead of North America.
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.
Yo-kai Watch 3 is going to America for real. The game has been announced for a western release, with the announcement happening as Yo-kai Blasters receives a free content update.
Nintendo’s delayed Direct presentation offered up plenty of new titles for 3DS and Switch. Highlights include a new RPG from Game Freak and a lot of Final Fantasy titles.
It’s taken a few years, but Yo-kai Watch Blasters is now available in North America and Europe. The action RPG spin-off sees players controlling teams of yo-kai, with over four-hundred of the spirits available to find.
Yo-kai Watch’s action spin-off is finally making its way west. Will you join the Red Cat Corps, or become part of the White Dog Squad?
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.