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Summary: Yo-Kai Watch has a lot of charm: in its story, characters and its titular monsters. However many critics are saying that the gameplay and mechanics themselves are not as up to scratch as Yo-Kai Watch's competition
Genres: RPG, Turn-Based Strategy
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As an RPG, Yo-Kai Watch mostly fumbles its battle system and creates a relatively passive experience. However, I adored exploring every corner of its compelling world. The low difficulty ultimately works in its favor — I was always eager to move on to the next charming character or compelling idea. Yo-Kai Watch is a "kids' game" that doesn't talk down to or sugarcoat darker themes for kids, and I appreciated not being talked down to either.
Yo-Kai Watch Blasters for 3DS Is Finally Coming to the West in September
Yo-Kai Watch Blasters: Red Cat Corps and Yo-Kai Watch Blasters: White Dog Squad for the Nintendo 3DS are finally making their way to the west on September 7, 2018, according to an announcement by Nintendo.
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