Level-5 has revealed new screenshots for the Switch port of the first Yo-kai Watch game. The developer also announced a new update coming to Yo-kai Watch 4 later this year.
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A new TGS announcement concerning Yo-kai Watch 4 confirms the game coming to PlayStation 4. Fans waiting for news of a western release, though, have longer to wait yet.
Yo-kai Watch made its debut on Switch earlier this year in Japan with the release of its fourth mainline game. Level-5 is following that up by giving Switch owners the chance to play a remastered version of the first game on the console later this year.
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.
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.
A quick glance at the Yo-kai Watch games might superficially indicate nothing more than another portable monster collection title, but there’s quite a bit more to distinguish them. Going into what makes this series distinct requires quite a few puns to be mentioned.
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.
Nintendo has released a new trailer for Yo-kai Watch 3 going over what players will need to know for this instalment. It’s rather more straightforward than the plot summary for another title released earlier this year.
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.
Yo-kai Watch 3 comes to North America in a couple of weeks. A new trailer gives a quick overview of the game, including introducing its new heroine and many American culture references.
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.
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.