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Level-5 wants to know if you want Yo-kai Watch

Feb 19 // Chris Carter
   @DtoidChris

I do!

In Japan, Level-5 has crafted a game (for 3DS) and anime series called Yo-kai Watch. It stars a boy named Keita who opens up a capsule toy and finds a magic watch that can identify ghosts, to hilarious results. He also has an adorable ghost partner named Whisper.

This IP has is apparently a "success" in Japan, but they want to know if you'd like to see it in the US/EU. Taking to Twitter, Level-5 has polled fans to gauge interest in a possible localization. It's reported that they've already trademarked Yo-kai Watch in the US, so if you want to see the game here, go let them know!

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