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There's a new Yo-Kai Watch game coming, if anyone cares

Level-5 CEO AkihiroHino has announced that there's going to be yet another Yo-Kai Watch game, and based on the current slow timetable, it might be Japan-only for quite some time (or forever). The title is Yo-Kai Academy Y, an...

 
 
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Yo-Kai Watch 4 is getting a paid expansion later this year

Level-5 has shared what's next for Yo-Kai Watch: an expansion for the fourth game! Due out on December 5, the content is called Yo-Kai Watch 4++, and will include "Fun elements such as new areas and new monsters in multiplayer." The ex...

 
 
 
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Yo-Kai Watch 4 goes multi-platform with PS4 port

The Yo-kai Watch series has been Level-5's bread and butter for the past few years, securing solid releases on mobile and the Nintendo 3DS. While it was huge in Japan for quite some time, it never caught on in the west, even if Yo-kai ...

 
 
 
 
 
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Oh no Nate: Yo-Kai Watch 4 gets a last-minute delay

What was once due before the madness of E3, is now set to arrive after. The highly anticipated Yo-Kai Watch 4 was set to launch in Japan on June 6, but has now been quickly pushed to June 20 just weeks before release. This is one of se...

 
 
 
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Level-5 gives us a big rundown of new Yo-Kai Watch 4 info

Yo-Kai Watch 4 was going through some growing pains last year, but after a seasonal delay it seems like the game is back on track. Box art is locked in, it's still a Switch exclusive, and it's set for a June 6 release, just in time for E3 e...

 
 
 
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Here's a ton of new Yo-Kai Watch 4 gameplay

There's a lot riding on Yo-Kai Watch 4. As I explained in my lengthy takedown of the series, Level-5 has witnessed the appeal of the series wane over time and is now throwing a Hail Mary at the Nintendo Switch. Still due sometime this ...

 
 
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A guide to Yo-Kai Watch, where to start and what's next

With the recent western launch of Yo-Kai Watch 3 I've had a lot of people asking me if it's worth getting into the series. Short answer? "Yes." Although its popularity has waned outside of Japan, for all intents and purposes the f...

 
 
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Review: Yo-Kai Watch 3

Yo-Kai Watch isn't quite as prevalent as it once was. I mean just this week the flagship store for the series announced its closure in Japan. Despite its slow decline in public interest, the series is just as lively six years in. I'll take ...

 
 
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Japan's flagship Yo-Kai Watch store is closing

While it's not the end of Yo-Kai Watch, it's the end of an era: Japan's flagship Yoroz Mart (originally called Yo-Kai Watch Yoroz Mart) is closing later this month on February 24. Known as the "Yoroz Mart Fukuoka Main Store," it was the ori...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Yo-kai Watch Blasters: Red Cat Corps

The world of Yo-kai Watch has always been one I've admired from afar. I've viewed a few episodes of the anime and dabbled in the first few games of the series, but nothing so far has planted the seed of fandom inside of me. For many ye...

 
 
 
 
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So, just what is left for the Nintendo 3DS?

On February 26, the Nintendo 3DS will celebrate its seventh year on the market. In that time, it has sold more than 70 million units worldwide and more than 340 million games. It’s been home to the great franchises we grew up with lik...

 
 
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Level 5 is developing for Nintendo Switch

Level 5 CEO Akihiro Hino stated "although I can't reveal the content, we're making game(s) for [the Nintendo Switch]" in a Nikkei Trendy Interview. Japanese language does not differentiate nouns by plurality or singularity, so it's not clea...

 
 
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Yo-kai Watch boom is dying, total earnings down 80%

Looks like the Yo-kai Watch craze is fading away. In 2016's financial report, Bandai Namco listed earnings by IP. Gundam, Dragon Ball, and One Piece are as popular as ever, but Yo-kai Watch only pulled in just 10.4 billion ye...

 
 
 
 




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Yue chan

Bahahahaha

 
Inquisitive Ravenclaw

Genshin Impacts update is coming soon! Seems like itll add a lot of fun Theres also a Direct (thats what I call them) happening in 3 Link to the trailer

 
Shoggoth2588

I could wait until next week, because I have another Switch game coming to I havent actually opened up Fire Emblem Musou, under Mega Man 11 is Octopath and the Mana

 
Slimybear245

My switch physical collection, it is actualy pretty modestly sized considering how pricey physical Switch games still are Not copying ThisIsMyBoomsticks qpost below, he actualy copied Will put my ps4 collection in the comments too

 
ThisIsMyBoomstick

All the Switch games that I have physically:

 
Parismio

Youtube recommendations: Wandavision ending expl- Bro I dont need a recap of the thing I just watched that was pretty clear

 
Lord Spencer

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently I am going to review those within brackets once completed: - -Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Switch) -Night in the Woods (Switch) -Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PS4)

 
Whispering Willow

*angry Kainé noises*

 
DeScruff

far from perfect but its a really wish PC games would all just support the Switchs controller - That or games wouldnt have UIs like

 
 

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