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Nov 062015
My copy of Yo-Kai Watch

My copy of Yo-Kai Watch

A game I’ve been looking forward to for a while is now out: Yo-Kai Watch.

My copy just arrived, and I’m excited to try it. (Which means Radiant Historia will be temporarily put on hold. Sorry, Radiant Historia.) Although a demo was released, people who played the full game say the demo is a poor representation.

For those of you who like non-gaming media as well, full episodes of the Yo-Kai Watch anime will now be available on the official Youtube channel. I’m not sure if they’ll upload the entire season, but at the time of this blog post, Episode 1 and Episode 2 are up. I’ll probably give it a try later on.

The manga is also available in English now, so someone check it out and let us know in the comments how it is.

Yo-Kai Watch is a game I’ve looked forward to for a long time, and I hope it meets my expectations. (Or better yet, exceeds them.)

And don’t forget, if this game fills you with an unquenchable thirst for anything yokai, I have a horror story called “Rokurokubi,” found in Wicked Words Quarterly, for you to check out. It’s a much darker take than the lighthearted Yo-Kai Watch, as “Rokurokubi” begins with a series of gruesome murders. Why?

Yokai is why.

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