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Reminder: Be sad you aren't playing Level-5's Yo-kai Watch 2

May 15 // Steven Hansen

Kawaii ghosts

Oh my gosh, that music is just as good as the music from the first Yo-kai Watch. Give it here, Level-5. Ni no Kuni did well enough and Bravely Default et al. have shown JRPG will sell on the 3DS in the Americas and Eurovision.

It's like the bubbliest, cutest version of "Spooky Scary Skeletons." I want it. The first came to Japanese 3DS' last year and the sequel is coming out this July (a year later). Tell Level-5 you want it, too.


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