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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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Level-5 released another round of live-action Yo-Kai Watch Busters commercials. Check them out below:

GameStop is allowing 3DS gamers to try out LBX: Little Battlers eXperience during a demo event on Friday between 3 PM to 6 PM local time. Along with a playable demo, there will also be giveaways while supplies last. Head on over to this link for the full listing of participating locations.

A few new LBX: Little Battlers eXperience have been sent out by Nintendo today. We’ve rounded them up in the gallery below.

LBX: Little Battlers eXperience will launch in Europe on September 4th. Nintendo just announced that free add-on content for the game will released via SpotPass on a weekly basis until June 2016. This free content includes LBX cards, quests and capsule toys. In addition, some LBX models will only be available via connecting to a Nintendo Zone.

A similar free DLC program for the North American version of the game has not yet been announced, though it seems likely. We will keep you updated.

Nintendo has released the European boxart for LBX: Little Battlers eXperience. Take a look at it above.

Yo-Kai Watch Busters sold 694,000 copies in its first two days on the Japanese market. Media Create reports that the White Dog Squad earned 423,000 of those units while Red Cat Team moved the remaining 271,000 copies. Yo-Kai Watch Busters also became the best-selling game in Japan this year in terms of first week performance (previously Dragon Quest Heroes).

There were 1.159 million pieces of software sold between July 6 and July 12, which was brought about thanks to 3DS titles like Yo-Kai Watch Busters. It’s the first time in roughly 3.5 months that this happened on the Japanese market.

It’s true that Yo-Kai Watch Busters sold 52.67 percent compared to Yo-Kai Watch 2’s debut, which is roughly half. However, there is a difference in the sales period, and Busters isn’t a numbered title and instead a game mode from Yo-Kai Watch 2 that received an independent release. It can be thought that mostly old fans of the series bought Busters.

Media Create also notes that Yo-Kai Watch didn’t do much for 3DS hardware sales, and that strengthens the assumption that mostly existing users bought the game.

Yo-Kai Watch Busters recently launched in Japan, and we now have 15 minutes of footage from the game. Check it out below.

Yo-Kai Watch 3 is launching in Japan during summer 2016, Level-5 has announced. That means the game is about a year away from releasing.

While Yo-Kai Watch 3 isn’t coming out until the far future, there are other games in the series to tide fans over. Yo-Kai Watch Busters is out in Japan very soon, and Yo-Kai Sangokushi is also in development.


Yo-Kai Watch Busters screenshots

Posted on 2 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, Screenshots | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Level-5 issued a new batch of screenshots from Yo-Kai Watch Busters. Take a look at the full set in the gallery below.

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