As always, I was able to find some flyers for the upcoming anime films and live-action film adaptations of popular manga series, which are mainly scheduled to be released in Japan in the second half of 2014, at my nearest cinema complex yesterday. Check the latest flyer collection after the jump.
Yōkai Watch 2 is coming out in Japan in two versions in just a bit more than two weeks, so it's appropriate that we have two new trailers promoting the upcoming sequel. This time our hero goes back in time to a Showa-era version of Sakura New Town, and you can see previews of the fun that follows after the jump.
Level-5's Yōkai Watch is a hit in Japan, and Nintendo has something special in store for those who wish to get their handheld into the spirit. A limited edition Yōkai Watch portable is coming to Japan on July 10 with the arrival of the 3DS LL Yōkai Watch Jibanyan Pack. Pics and more after the jump.
Level-5 had a success on its hands with the first Yōkai Watch game, and the second is coming to Nintendo 3DS in Japan in two versions on July 10. You can see the latest footage of the time-slipping sequel after the jump.
A few days ago Level-5 announced a sequel to Yōkai Watch, due out in two versions. Yōkai Watch 2: Ganso and Yōkai Watch 2: Honke hit Nintendo 3DS in Japan on July 10, and you can see the first brief look at them and some of the new spirits within in the promo and TV commercial after the jump.
This month's issue of CoroCoro magazine announced a sequel to Level-5's multimedia franchise Yōkai Watch, which will be returning to Nintendo 3DS in two versions. Yōkai Watch 2: Ganso (Founder) and Yōkai Watch 2: Honke (Head) are set to hit 3DS in Japan on July 10. Read on for more.
Level-5 (Professor Layton, Inazuma Eleven) took to Twitter to gauge interest in a localization of its latest cross-media property, Youkai Watch. The title was trademarked in the United States last month, and now Level-5 International America wants to know, "Would you like to see Yo-kai Watch in the US/EU?" Read on for more.
The anime leg of Level-5's latest cross-media project Youkai Watch is almost ready to debut in Japan. The series kicks off on TV Tokyo and its five affiliate stations on January 8, and you can see some of the youkai-searching fun below.
The official site for the 2014 winter TV anime Youkai Watch revealed its main voice cast today. Popular voice actress Haruka Tomatsu voices the protagonist character, a fifth grader boy Keeta Amano who experiences a mysterious youkai world. Hit the jump for more info.
When we posted about the anime's launch date, we also shared a handful of Level-5's gameplay videos for the upcoming 3DS game Youkai Watch. Now the ghost-hunting RPG is back with a new promotional video, which shows life in Sakura New Town, the touchscreen battle system, and more. Check it out after the jump!
Youkai Watch is Level-5's next bet on a media-spanning franchise a la Inazuma Eleven, and the next stage of its domination of Japan has been scheduled, with the TV anime set to kick off in January, 2014. More after the jump.