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We’ve got some more Yo-kai Watch 4 footage for you from Tokyo Game Show. It’s once again off-screen footage and not direct feed, but it’s of much higher quality and a lot longer than last time:

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An off-screen video for Yo-kai Watch 4 has emerged from the Tokyo Game Show, giving us a first proper look at the game in action. View it below.


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Level-5’s TGS 2018 lineup

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Level-5 announced today that it will be attending the Tokyo Game Show this year. It’ll be the first time in six years that the company will be present at the expo.

At TGS, Level-5 will have four different games on display. These include Yo-kai Watch 4, Inazuma Eleven Ares, Fantasy Life Online, and Yo-kai Watch: Medal Wars.

Level-5’s TGS website can be found here.

Yo-kai Watch Blasters Red Cat Corps & White Dog Squad are out now on Nintendo 3DS. To celebrate the occasion, Nintendo has put together a launch trailer:

In a surprising move for Nintendo, the digital copies of both Yo-Kai Watch Blasters titles offer Yo-Kai you can’t obtain elsewhere. Yo-Kai Watch Blasters: Red Cat Corps comes with Maginyan, while Yo-kai Watch Blasters: White Dog Squad nets you Sir Nyansalot. They both release on 3DS this Friday, September 7.

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Yo-kai Watch Blasters is finally making its western debut next month. To prepare for launch, Nintendo has started pre-loading for the digital version.

Yo-kai Watch Blasters: Red Cat Corps takes up 13,653 blocks of space, which amounts to 1.67GB. You’ll need 13,656 blocks – again 1.67GB – for the White Dog Squad version.

Nintendo will publish Yo-kai Watch Blasters in the west on September 7.

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Level-5 initially launched Inazuma Eleven Go Galaxy in Japan way back in December 2013. Five years later, there’s a chance that it will be made available in the west.

Fans have detected that Level-5 registered a trademark for Inazuma Eleven Go Galaxy with the European Union Intellectual Property Office. That’s after it was filed all the way back in April 2015. MSC Technologies Systems initially raised an objection with the trademark, but the two sides managed to reach a settlement.

Now that there aren’t any issues with Inazuma Eleven Go Galaxy’s trademark, it’s all clear for release. Will it finally release in Europe? Only time will tell.

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Level-5 published a new video for their upcoming Switch game Inazuma Eleven Ares today. In it, the character Asuto Inamori gives an introduction to various shooting techniques:

Yo-kai Watch 4 is once again featured in the latest issue of CoroCoro. The magazine provides a few new tidbits on Level-5’s Switch title.

According to CoroCoro, in addition to playing as the protagonists of the three worlds in Natsume, Keita, and Shin you’ll also be able to play as characters from the anime Yo-kai Watch Shadowside.

With Layton’s Mystery Journey DX releasing in Japan today, Level-5 has prepared a trailer and a couple of commercials. We have the full set of videos below.

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