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.
If you want a taste of how Level-5's upcoming Youkai Watch RPG plays, look no further than the latest trailer. It takes some time to show a few various aspects of the 3DS game, including exploration, searching for Youkai, and the battle system. Check it out after the jump.
We've posted before about Level-5's Youkai Watch—the latest multimedia project from the folks behind Professor Layton and Inazuma Eleven—and now the Nintendo 3DS game has a release window. The spirits are set to invade 3DS in Japan this summer. Read on for more.
Level-5 has lofty goals for Youkai Watch, which is set to kick off yet another multimedia franchise. In addition to manga and anime, Youkai Watch makes its debut in an upcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG, and Level-5 debuted the latest trailer at the 2013 Winter World Hobby Fair. See what's in store past the break!