The second season of Yo-Kai Watch cartoon kicks off today on Disney XD, introducing U.S. viewers to the latest in wearable supernatural tech. And who better to usher in the next generation Yo-kai Watch than a shark in a turtleneck and jeans?
Level-5's Layton series has a new protagonist. Meet Lady Layton.
There’s a new Professor Layton in development, reports Famitsu. The game, which is apparently part of the mainline series, doesn’t seem as though it will star Layton as its protagonist. Details are scant and more will be revealed next month at the Level-5 Vision event in Japan.
“Basically, from here on out, we want to make our games totally compatible with smart phones,” Level-5 founder Akihiro Hino recently told Nikkei Trendy. Hino also said it was necessary to bring console versions over, adding that recently children have been playing games on the smartphone.
Pulling a Pokemon for the second installment of Level-5's kid-friendly ghost-hunting series, Yo-Kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls and Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits come to the U.S. 3DS this fall, along with a ton of corresponding merchandise.
In a somewhat unexpected move, Yokai Watch characters are coming to Final Fantasy XIV in a future update.
Yokai Watch 3 will be released in Japan on July 16. There will be two versions of the 3DS title: Yokai Watch 3 Sushi and Yokai Watch 3 Tempura.
You might like Yokai Watch. You might have the games and the toys, but do you drive a Jibanyan vehicle? I doubt it!
Yo-kai Watch follows the adventures of a young boy, a magical watch, and a whole lot of yokai. Magical items are not new. Yokai are Japan’s traditional ghouls and goblins. So what makes Yo-Kai so different? Its hero.
Today at the PlayStation Experience, developer Level-5 announced Ni no Kuni II, a sequel to the lovely cartoon role-playing game they developed in coordination with the talented animators at Studio Ghibli.
Maybe you have fantasies of becoming a famous game creator with your own game studio. You should also have fantasies of not sleeping.
The Yokai Watch anime is coming to North America! It will be broadcasted on Disney XD. And the English-language theme song is different. There’s a reason for that, you know.
Level 5’s super popular ghost catching series, Yokai Watch, series is finally leaving Japan, and Nintendo said it’s arriving “holiday 2015.”
Level-5’s next big thing is Snack World. There will be a manga, anime, and games. But we’ll have to wait and see if this catches on like Yokai Watch has in Japan.
Yokai Watch 3 will be set in the U.S. The previous entries in the huge-in-Japan franchise were set in, well, Japan.
Proving once again that life is miserable and full of pain, the folks at publisher Level-5 announced this morning that the upcoming Fantasy Life 2 and Professor Layton 7 will both be for smartphones.
This April, Level-5 will holding its own expo in Japan and will announce a handful of new titles.
Yesterday, Apple revealed a whole slew of information about its Apple Watch line-up. No doubt many anime fans have been wondering the same thing: How does the Apple Watch compare to the Yokai Watch? Good question! Let's find out.