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New Yo-kai Watch 3 Trailer Details the Story So Far
Get caught up before taking a trip to St. Peanutsburg in the upcoming entry!
02.02.19 - 10:56 PM

Nintendo has released a new trailer for upcoming 3DS title Yo-kai Watch 3 which will help any newcomers to get caught up on the events of the first two Yo-kai Watch games. Players hoping to jump into the action, or anyone just looking for a quick refresher, will surely want to check out the trailer below to prepare for the game's upcoming release!

In Yo-kai Watch 3, players can sleuth around in Springdale as Hailey Anne, a new playable character, and her partner Yo-kai Usapyon, or battle and befriend over 600 Yo-kai in the game. The game will also introduce a brand new 3x3 grid-based battle system, Build-a-Nyan mode, and the entirely new America-inspired location of BBQ!

Previously released in Europe on December 7th, 2018, Yo-kai Watch 3 will inspirit Nintendo 3DS owners across North America on February 8th!


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