The new Yo-kai Watch spin-off has been given a Nintendo Switch release date in Japan. RPGamers in the country will be able to enroll in the elite Y Academy next month.
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A trailer for the new Yo-kai Watch game is now available. Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y – Waiwai Gakuen Seikatsu is heading to Japan this summer.
The Yo-kai Watch series is the perfect complement to lounging by the pool or avoiding mass infection. Slow down, whip out that stylus, and look under some vending machines.
Level-5 provided some more details about its newest Yo-kai Watch spin-off. Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y is all about collecting those Likes.
A new Yo-kai Watch spin-off is coming to Japan this summer. Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y features characters who can transform into Yo-kai Heroes.
A new Everybody Plays trailer is available for the upcoming Yo-kai Watch 4++ update. Japanese players, including PS4 owners for the first time, will receive the new content this December.
Yo-kai Watch 4 is getting an upgraded ++ version in Japan this December. The release will see the game make its PlayStation 4 debut, with those who bought the original Switch version able to upgrade through DLC.
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.
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.