Yo-Kai Watch nudged its way in front of Goliath. After dabbling in familiar-collecting with 2010’s Ni No Kuni, Level-5 repurposed its own formula.
R.I.P Yo-kai Watch. It looked like it could of been a big contender but it fizzled out real quick.
No... no it wasn't.
Pretty much every Pokémon Clone is better than Pokémon these days.
I was waiting for yokai watch to release on switch or ps in the west. Unfortunately this will probably never happen. Loved yokai 1 on 3ds and enjoyed it much more than pokemon sun( in which i lost interest after not that many hours, just like with pokemon sword), despite the rather weird fighting system.
Its not looking good since Level 5 closed their American branch but before it shuttered they said its still being localized as of last January. Of course Level 5 have been quiet since then but they did speak on the matter at least.
I was waiting to. Was going to be day 1 for me. I never heard of the series until much later
I absolutely could not get into Pokémon sun. I tried. I cannot handle all the handholding. I was done. DONE. I haven’t tried Sword or Shield. Pokémon (Ultra) Sun and Moon where so terrible that I am pretty much done with the franchise.
The fact you're mentioning Pokemon means that it isn't. The truly successful monster raising games are the ones that carved out enough of a unique identity to not be called Pokemon clones. Almost any of the SMT games that let you recruit monsters for example. Or the "Monsters" branch of DQ games.
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