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Yo-kai Watch 4

Level-5 has posted an official, direct-feed video of Yo-kai Watch 4’s demo currently on display at World Hobby Fair Winter 2019. Check it out below.

Following some demo time during the recent World Hobby Fair Winter 2019 in Japan, CoroCoro has published six minutes of offscreen gameplay for Yo-kai Watch 4.

The footage of the anticipated next installment of the series can be viewed below.


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This week on NEP, Oni and Galen go off the rails and discuss everything Nintendo under the sun. Plus, Oni’s a little bit nicer to Galen this week. At least, he thinks so.

A ton of news and talking points came up this week – that and Oni’s jetlag made for a great recipe for wacky thoughts and meandering topics for discussion. Furukawa’s comments on Nintendo’s future, SNES on Switch, NoR president shenanigans, and Persona’s future on Nintendo consoles all get talked about, among other things.
Plus, Oni’s kindness breaks under the pressure as he engages in “Kombat” with Galen over OPINIONS on VIDEO GAMES.

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Level-5 has posted a brand new trailer for Yo-kai Watch 4, just in time for World Hobby Fair Winter 2019. Watch it below.

Yo-kai Watch 4 will be playable at World Hobby Fair Winter 2019 starting this weekend. To celebrate, Level-5 has prepared a new official batch of details and screenshots. We’ve rounded everything up below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Level-5 published the first trailer for Yo-kai Watch 4 out of the Tokyo Game Show, in direct-feed. Take a look at it below.

Two Level-5 games for Switch have been hit with delays.

The first title affected in Inazuma Eleven Ares. Previously scheduled for this fall, it’ll now arrive this winter.

Yo-kai Watch 4 has been impacted as well. After it was penciled in for this winter, it’s now set to arrive sometime in Spring 2019.

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Another off-screen gameplay video has appeared for Yo-kai Watch 4 that shows another 10 minutes of footage. Check it out below.

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:


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.