E3 2016: Yokai Watch 2 Screenshots and Trailer

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

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Yokai Watch 2 | Bony Spirits

If you were a fan of the original Yokai Watch, then you’re gonna be really excited about Yokai Watch 2! I found the original game to be a breath of fresh air after years of the same Pokemon formula, most especially its focus on strategy, the epic boss fights and the way the entire Yokai Watch world feels alive.

Yokai Watch 2 | Fleshy Souls

With Yokai Watch 2, we are literally getting two different versions with unique Yokai to befriend in each! They are titled Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls, respectively. And since the new game will have 350+ Yokai to find, that should make for a very meaty sequel! Though perhaps the coolest new feature in the game is that it will feature time travel!

Yokai Watch 2 is set to release September 30 of this year for the Nintendo 3DS. I myself cannot wait for the latest adventure in the Yokai Watch world. Check below for a bunch of great screenshots, artwork and the official launch trailer!

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