Yo-kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters

Yo-kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters


Nintendo
Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)

For PAL systems only.
PAL
2-4w Usually ships within 2 to 4 weeks.

US$49.99

Manufacturer
Nintendo
Compatible With Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)
Version
PAL
2-4w Usually ships within 2 to 4 weeks
Price
US$49.99
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features

  • 12 brand new quests, including one that delves into the origins of the mysterious Darknyan
  • The chance to befriend 15 Wicked Yo-kai, who have previously only appeared as adversaries
  • Exclusive dungeons for owners of Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls – players with save data from one or both of the previous versions can access new dungeons to fight special bosses and befriend exclusive Yo-kai
  • New locations to explore, including the fantastical Gera-Gera Resort
  • An expanded version of the Yo-kai Watch Blasters local co-op mode, with powerful new bosses to defeat

description

Become inspirited and complete the ultimate YO-KAI WATCH experience. The strange but friendly troublemakers, Yo-kai, are back in a time-traveling adventure, and this time their mysterious world is packed with exclusive quests, Wicked Yo-kai to befriend, fully new areas to explore, and a revamped Blasters action co-op mode featuring new bosses.

further info

Official Release Date Sep 29, 2017
Genre RPG
Version  Europe
  PEGI 7
PAX-Code PAX0008853702
Catalog No.  TSA-CTR-BYSP-UKV
Item Code  0045496475840

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:4

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Lyhhs12th (1) on 14, Apr. 2015 09:34 (HKT)
good
nice game, just finished the game. will be discovering more later.
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forteii (46) on 15, Feb. 2015 00:24 (HKT)
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5 hours into the game: You don't need to have played either the original or Ganso/Honke to follow the plot which is episode-based. The game can be a bit text-heavy at times but language is casual almost all the time (so it makes for a great tool for learners) and comes in furigana. As far as I could tell, the nature of each Youkai is explained well and concisely.

I was surprised to realize the neighborhood (i.e the map) was large right off the bat with a good bunch of indoor places to go to too... and it only EXPANDS from there!

The graphics are colorful, crisp and exude childlike cartoon charm - there's plenty of music and it only enhances the already inviting ambience. If you enjoyed Ni no Kuni (like I did) , prepare yourself for a GOOD second helping of that.

Combat is dynamic and engaging - everything happens non-stop. It can get a little hectic (at least at first) because action takes place on both screens. The element of strategy comes in the way you arrange your 6 Youkai in a circle and how you switch members on the fly mid-fight (i.e rotate the line up circle with the stylus in order to have 3 Youkai fight while the other 3 rest) . The stylus is used in various ways to unleash the Youkai special moves. Although it may sound otherwise, combat is not too stressing. I've been playing this game on my 2DS.
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forteii (46) on 14, Feb. 2015 07:38 (HKT)
Worth importing!
5 hours into the game: You don't need to have played either the original or Ganso/Honke to follow the plot which is episode-based. The game can be a bit text-heavy at times but language is casual almost all the time (so it makes for a great tool for learners) and comes in furigana. As far as I could tell, the nature of each Youkai is explained well and concisely.

I was surprised to realize the neighborhood (i.e the map) was large right off the bat with a good bunch of indoor places to go to too... and it only EXPANDS from there!

The graphics are colorful, crisp and exude childlike cartoon charm - there's plenty of music and it only enhances the already inviting ambience. If you enjoyed Ni no Kuni (like I did) , prepare yourself for a GOOD second helping of that.

Combat is dynamic and engaging - everything happens non-stop. It can get a little hectic (at least at first) because action takes place on both screens. The element of strategy comes in the way you arrange your 6 Youkai in a circle and how you switch members on the fly mid-fight (i.e rotate the line up circle with the stylus in order to have 3 Youkai fight while the other 3 rest) . The stylus is used in various ways to unleash the Youkai special moves. Although it may sound otherwise, combat is not too stressing.

I've been playing this game on my 2DS. Yes, I said "2DS" (as in: "american system on update 9.2.0-20U" ) so... DO your homework and THINK before you update! This game alone was all worth the wait... (^o^)/
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forteii (46) on 13, Feb. 2015 00:15 (HKT)
IMPORT THIS if you like/know japanese
5 hours into the game: You don't need to have played either the original or Ganso/Honke to follow the plot which is episode-based. The game can be a bit text-heavy at times but language is casual almost all the time (so it makes for a great tool for learners) and comes in furigana. As far as I could tell, the nature of each Youkai is explained well and concisely.

I was surprised to realize the neighborhood (i.e the map) was large right off the bat with a good bunch of indoor places to go to too... and it only EXPANDS from there!

The graphics are colorful, crisp and exude childlike cartoon charm - there's plenty of music and it only enhances the already inviting ambience. If you enjoyed Ni no Kuni (like I did) , prepare yourself for a GOOD second helping of that.

Combat is dynamic and engaging - everything happens non-stop. It can get a little hectic (at least at first) because action takes place on both screens. The element of strategy comes in the way you arrange your 6 Youkai in a circle and how you switch members on the fly mid-fight (i.e rotate the line up circle with the stylus in order to have 3 Youkai fight while the other 3 rest) . The stylus is used in various ways to unleash the Youkai special moves. Although it may sound otherwise, combat is not too stressing.

I've been playing this game on my 2DS. Yes, I said "2DS" (as in: "american system on update 9.2.0-20U" ) so... DO your homework and THINK before you update! This game alone was all worth the wait... (^o^)/

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