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Just like Yo-kai Watch 2, Yo-kai Watch Busters is getting a third version in Japan called “Moon Rabbit Team”. The game will feature USApyon as the main Yo-kai. Owners of the older Yo-kai Watch Busters games should be eligible for some sort of free update.

Yo-kai Watch Busters launches in Japan this December for 3DS. There’s no other news yet about what else is new in the game, but you’ll bring you that information when it’s available.

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Three new Pokemon distributions have been announced for Japan in this month’s issue of CoroCoro. These will begin weekly starting on October 29.

Below are details about each distribution:

Shiny Xerneas

– October 29
– Level 100
– Moves: Geomancy, Moonblast, Aromatherapy and Focus Blast

Shiny Yveltal

– November 5
– Level 100
– Moves Oblivion Wing, Sucker Punch, Dark Pulse and Foul Play

Zygarde

– November 12
– Level 100
– Moves: Land’s Wrath, Extreme Speed, Glare & Outrage

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A new Just Dance game based on Level-5’s hit series Yo-Kai Watch is in development, according to this month’s issue of CoroCoro. The full title is Yo-Kai Watch Dance: Just Dance Special Version.

Ubisoft and Level-5 are co-developing the new project for Wii U. The game supports cooperative and competitive play with up to four people.

For the time being, a release date and price haven’t been determined.

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This month’s issue of CoroCoro has more Pokemon news, much of which pertains to Hoopa.

Hoopa Unbound’s signature move is “Hyperspace Fury”. The Pokemon changes form in-game through the Prison Bottle that is obtained from a clerk in the PokeMart after fulfilling specific conditions.

We have a tiny update on The Archdjinni of the Rings – Hoopa as well. According to CoroCoro, Mega Latios and Mega Latias will be present in the film.

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Not too long after Pokémon’s sixth generation, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, released back in 2013, fans who are also modders/hackers wasted no time trying to data mine what they could from the new entries into the series. They did not come out empty handed. One of the Pokémon revealed when all of this went down? Hoopa.

Though at the time it was simply its normal form we knew about (also known as Hoopa Confined), it wasn’t until the third generation remakes came along where we found out that Hoopa could transform into a much more powerful version of itself – Hoopa Unbound.

Fast-forward years later to January 2015 when CoroCoro officially revealed Pokémon #720 from its February 2015 issue, also listing that it’d be starring in its own movie, The Archdjinni of the Rings: Hoopa, slated for release this July in Japan.

Hit that fast-forward button one more time to today, where CoroCoro officially revealed its Unbound form that we’ve known about for a while now. Hoopa Unbound is VERY powerful, let it be known. How Hoopa Unbound works is once you’ve obtained the Prison Bottle – which is obtainable simply by walking into a PokéMart with Hoopa in your party – have Hoopa hold it, and watch the magic happen in battle as it transforms into its Unbound form. After three days, it will revert back to its confined form. If you can’t wait three days, simply drop it in the PC and it’ll be back to good ol’ Confined Hoopa.

I’ve used Hoopa Unbound, and it’s legitimately terrifying what it’s capable of. Its signature move is Hyperspace Fury, which is just as mental as it sounds. Being both Psychic and Dark type, the only types Hoopa’s Unbound form is weak against are Bug and Fairy. You guys better start training your Klefki’s and Wurmple’s to put up with this one.

 

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Level-5 appears to be preparing two new Yo-Kai games. In the back pages of CoroCoro Comic’s latest issue, it’s revealed that Yo-Kai Watch 3 as well as Yo-Kai Watch Busters are in development.

Yo-Kai Watch 3 should come as no surprise given the franchise’s success. Yo-Kai Watch Busters is a bit more interesting. This was a game mode in Yo-Kai Watch 2, but is now getting a full-fledged release. Thus far, we know that Yo-Kai Watch Busters will allow up to four players to team up and take on boss yo-kai together.

We’ll be hearing about Yo-Kai Watch 3 and Yo-Kai Watch Busters in the next issue of CoroCoro Comics.

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This month’s CoroCoro has started to leak. In the magazine, it’s revealed that those who pre-book tickets for the movie “The Archdjinni of the Rings – Hoopa” in Japan can participate in a distribution for Arceus. The Pokemon knows the moves Judgment, Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon and Earth Power. Additionally, it comes with the item Silk Scarf.

Arceus will be obtainable by pre-booking tickets between March 7 and July 17. It’s redeemable between June 20 and August 31.

We have a small tidbit about the movie itself as well. There will plenty of legendary Pokemon, including Lugia, Palkia, Giratina, Dialga, Kyurem and Arceus.

By pre-booking, you’ll also receive another legendary Pokemon out of these six revealed for the movie, though the specific six you get one of are not known at the moment.

That’s not all from CoroCoro. It’s also revealed that the Shiny Rayquaza will be distributed through the magazine, and it can be obtained even if players nabbed the one at the World Hobby Fair. Specific details will be announced sometime in the future.

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The latest issue of CoroCoro has confirmed that the next Pokemon movie is titled Ring no Ch?majin Hoopa (The Ring Genie Hoopa), and it will star the previously-leaked creature known as Hoopa. This is our first official look at the Pokemon.

Hoopa has a special power hidden in its rings, CoroCoro states. It can use both Psychic and Ghost moves. Additionally, Hoopa will appear in Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire, but not through normal play.

Finally, CoroCoro confirms that World Hobby Fair attendees will be able to receive a special level 70 black-colored Rayquaza with the moves Dragon Pulse, Thunder, Twister, and Extreme Speed.

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CoroCoro’s latest issue has started to leak. In some of the new scans, we get a look at many of the Legendary Pokemon in Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire. Deoxys will be available in the game at some point called Episode Delta.

CoroCoro also provides a first look at a character named Hikane. Hikane travels with a Whismur and has Salamence.

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Another two Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire scans have surfaced from this month’s CoroCoro. One of the main highlights is the new PokeNav, which is known as the “MultiNavi”.

MultiNavi provides four settings: MapNavi, TVNavi, PlayNavi, and DexNavi. PlayNavi includes features like Pokemon Amie and the GTS while DexNavi helps you find Pokemon in the wild and register them in your Pokedex.

In Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire, players will be able to sneak up on Pokemon. Pokemon encountered in the overworld can also be registered in the Pokedex.

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