So, /v/. Are you picking this up tomorrow? Personally, I think it's the Pokemon I always wanted. The animations make it seem like you're actually watching monsters fight, and the grind is still there if you want to max out your party.
What do you think? Will Yo-Kai Watch catch on in the West like it did in Japan? Or will it just be another monster collecting game destined to be thrown in the bargain bin?
no, the gameplay is fucking horrible, and the overworld sucks.
I seriously hope this game bombs and teaches level 5 about the fucking concequences about making sequels for mobile
Is the overworld really that bad? It seemed pretty big in the demo, when I zoomed the map out. Plus, there are hidden areas and the insides of houses. Does it really suck, or are you just exaggerating?
You're right about the gameplay, though. The demo literally had no challenge. All you had to do was spam your cutscene attacks, and then heal.
I'm really rooting for Yo-Kai watch to do well over here with kids. I'll probably pick up a copy. It does seem pretty shallow but it's probably a fun distraction for awhile. I'm digging the anime's localization.
Getting it at midnight. I usually like Level-5's multimedia games a lot.
Combat in the actual game doesn't totally restore your HP and Soultimates between battles.
Local. Sequel has online.
In a tankobon carrying shotacon and I'm not even interested. It looks crap and inazuma boys are better although glasses shota is tempting.
They're having a midnight release for this game? Seriously?
>Combat in the actual game doesn't totally restore your HP and Soultimates between battles
Doesn't mean it's still not piss-easy. All that means is that I'll have to run back to wherever the Poke Center equivalent is after every couple battles.
Remember, once per day every day.
I'll be getting it tomorrow. I'm looking forward to a comfy and silly kid's game. I've enjoyed the subbed show quite a lot.
I certainly don't expect it to do as well as it did in Japan, but I hope it doesn't bomb. I've appreciated how much effort Nintendo has put into advertising it. I'm interested in some of the yokai that only appear in later games too.
>but I hope it doesn't bomb
There's a good chance it'll go the way of Codename STEAM. Buying it anyway so that when it becomes a cult hit in the future, I can just sell the copy for $200 like FE9.
Nintendo's shilling Yokai Watch like crazy at Gamestop. There are posters everywhere. I don't know if it'll bomb or not, but I doubt they're making so few copies that it'll become a rare game.
This is basically the next Pokémon in Japan right now but I'm not sure how well it will do with the occidental audience since a lot of shit in the show is very cultural, also there are some jokes that would be judged "inappropriate" for children in the west.
The dubbed anime has gone pretty uncensored as far as the toilet and subtle sexual humor goes. Most of the time they play loose enough with the script that the humor doesn't come off as stilted.
My bet since March (I can prove this) is that it'll only catch a niche crowd who's already into such things like Fossil Fighters, not the Pokemon Killer Level 5 is billing it as.
Did somebody say SODA FESTIVAL?!
I've been thinking about this. I thought/think the same thing, but on the ther hand, is the autoattack thing any worse than just hitting 'A' over and over? It's kind of like an autoattack in an MMO, or Diablo, or whatever. Let's you focus on other things.
I was interested until I saw the combat in action.
What the fuck Level 5. Why are you so obsessed with wrenching control away from the player and leaving it to your awful cpu? Ni no Kuni was ruined in the EXACT same way.
>Haven't they changed all of the names of the Yokai from Japanese to stupid shit, you know, despite the fact that they are pretty much entirely drawn from Japanese Mythology?
More like replaced the pun names (Japanese love pun names) with similar puns that we could understand.
Bakurobaa (the little Japanese flea woman) with 'bakuro' to reveal, 'baa', grandma, translated to Tattletell.
Kuchidake-onna (based on the Kuchisake-onna, that ghost with the slit mouth that asks if she's pretty), which translates to basically 'Mouth Only Woman', as Chatalie, chat + Natalie
Warautsubo (eel that causes people to laugh uncontrollably) literally just means 'laughing moray eel', so it's Heheheel.
And so on.
>3DS game centered around monster collecting
>no online components
I know I know the sequels but will people put up with it in the first one to expect improvement if the first doesn't sell in the west?
Yeah, but seeing your heavy hitter deal the finishing blow to an enemy that only had a sliver of health that one of your lighter attackers could have taken out while an enemy with higher HP is around time and time again gets pretty annoying. I at least like the option of switching over to manual, which this game doesn't give.
Even the Dragon Quest remakes let you switch over to Manual mode after the whole "Kiryl Casts Death" AI debacle.
some names were translated, a few had puns redone, and mascot ones kept their names (whisper, Jibanyan, Baku, Komasan/Komajirou, Benkei (?))
Looking at the JP version gameplay, it seems Japan loves onomatopoeia though
I know that it was just a demo, but the battle system in the demo was super boring, it was automatic as shit, the game was almost playing itself.
It's really obvious this is intended to be a game for really young kids, or does the game ever gets good and i'll eventually have to use my brain while playing it?
KarakuriBenkei can go die in a fire. I've already seen some parents complain about Keita and his friends looking up naughty movies in an episode, imagine how they'll response to what KarakuriBenkei does in his premiere!
it's weird though. Of all the yo-kai to keep their names, the Benkei group kept their no problem (save for karakuribenkei getting a robotic leet name that spells the same thing). Was he really that popular over there?
South Korea got around it by making Robonyan ticklish instead of aroused, so who knows what will happen then
Who here going to pick up the toys when they come out?
>Will Yo-Kai Watch catch on in the West like it did in Japan?
No. No it won't.
And it won't be because if the game, it'll be because of the completely asinine marketing. I don't fucking get why companies like, Dentsu, Nintendo, Viz, ect. make such awful advertising choices will kill all of the series they want to make popular in the west.
LBX flopped, Doreamon flopped, and now Yokai watch is going to flop all because of horrible advertising.
doraemon got a second season and Nintendo is going all ham on advertising (even if they're shit at it).
being stuck on a dead network like Nicktoons didn't help LBX at all, not to mention the gutting down to 26 episodes of LBX.
A Komasan plushie will definetly be heading into my desk once he's out.
I run a toy review channel, so I'll be reviewing them in comparison to the Bandai toys, which I talked about all the way back in March.
Having a large, hard object shoved up someone's ass where the recipient is clearly enjoying it is REALLY hard to change the interpretation of. I mean, they left Jinmenken's obvious intoxication in the dub.
LBX had its deconstructionist elements totally gutted from the US release. Good luck.
And go watch "Assassin in the Dark" and "Sniper Versus Sniper" if you want to see the sorts of things the US missed out on.
And the Yokai Watch show is what rescued the game from the junk pile in Japan.
That card has already been played. Poorly. Nobody was hyped for LBX and nobody is hyped for Yo-Kai Watch.
Boy's censored butt.
If I recall it sold 500K in Japan before the anime came out. Because advertising for the game picked up a ton there around the holiday season.
I don't really care how well either do as long as we keep getting the games.
STOP!! YOU'LL CALL THE REAL SODA PARTY!!
How will they censor this episode?
>people will unironically buy this trash
And people thought Pokemon X&Y were trash
That character must give the most amazing head.
Yokai watch and doraemon are on DisneyXD another fairly dead network subchannel.
And while Yokai's time slot isn't horrible and put into a time space where no one is going to watch it, it's sill on a channel that has a low viewer rating.
Most people forget that both Nicktoon and DisneyXD are subscription only channels that you have to pay extra for unless your TV/satellite provider has it as a part of a package.
So low viewer rate + subscription channel = less people knowing about the product.
The only way Yokai watch is going to make it is if Nintendo/dentsu advertise the ever-living shit out of it like they did with Pokemon in the 90's by having it be everywhere.
>tfw she suck you off while her neck is wrapped around your legs, making you unable to move
If only all games could follow suit.
Oh, and a fully IV/EV trained Crobat on my competitive team. I've actually bred her before, and sent off the little perfect IV Brave Bird Zubats out on Wonder Trade, when I was feeling bored and generous.
Cute little boy protagonist of course.
Komasan is the best character on the show.
He's better than the Bologna and the salami combined!
>an actual succubus
Some are, some aren't. I'm getting it for the creatures more so than the combat. While some are ugly as sin, there are a good number that appeal to me. Besides, there's a decent amount of control you have of your yo-kai before and maybe even during battle.
Not effecting my runs or all the people who love him.
Cant, Keita needs me.
So anyone here have a favorite Yokai? After watching the dub, this guy really grew on me.
I can't help but love Jibanyan, but that guy is also up there. I want an injection model kit of him, but unfortunately not exist yet.
Pic related probably my favourite.
I honestly thought his awkwardness was part of the charm, considering his backstory. He's a loser trying to change that so I thought it made sense due to him being inherently wierd.
I got some of the figures from amiami or hobbylinkjapan. I was lucky enough to get them when they were like 300 yen each... they're mostly 600 now, but definitely worth it. Pretty fun to build and put the stickers on.
he's such a qt
how much presence does he have in the show and game? is it worth looking into just for him?
Komasan has a bunch of his own episodes in the show.
Not sure about the game, though he's popular enough to get a legend version of him (Komashura), a Super version of Komasan, and a G-energy form, Mighty Dog.
Was there any episode that focused on his life before the whole yo-kai incident? I kinda want to see what his family was like
His intro mentions that he sat in place for literally years next to a Komainu statue.
A later episode shows how he encountered his first love there as a little girl who hypnotized him with her ice cream cone.
As for family, he's got Komajiro.
Hell, I like Komasan so much, I made a Komasan OC.
>Hell, I like Komasan so much, I made a Komasan OC.
That's so autistic it's just adorable
I've already beaten 2 and will not be playing 1 because I already know 1 is practically the same game as 2 except worse.
But I am looking forward to 3.
I just watched episode 47 of the anime. You know, THAT episode.
Jee wizz. I'm sweating here.
Hope we find out when the EU release date for the game is soon.
A delightful anon made this a few days ago. Save it, read it, treasure it, for it is witty and wise.
Anon if you're here, I've saved it even though game isn't out here until 2016...
You should try to fit at least two healers in PvE, one that can revive if you're not willing ot use items. Otherwise, you'll have to find your own way of making a viable team.
Can't say the same for PvP though.
The first game doesn't really matter too much though, as long as you play smart. Jibanyan, for instance, can be used throughout the end of the main game.
Obviously higher rank is stronger.
Except higher rank Yokai skip their turns more often. You can get around this with special skills, but you cant get it until late. Most Yokai start out skipping their turns, but the more you use them the more they stop. S and A ranks, however, have a limit to this, and you can't get them to stop completely on their own.
>Their downside is that they're ugly fucks and no one wants them
I dunno, I thought this guy was pretty cool.
It might be a good idea to add some information about typing too, along with resistances and weaknesses, since they seem to be kinda different (fire, water, ice, electricity, earth, absorption, restorative).
You can manipulate who they target with pins. It's like you didn't even look up how the game functions before passing judgement. You raise yokai on certain medals to take on a particular role in the team.
So, you can have one focus on fighting, one healing and etc.
There's also equipment, fusing and evolution.
Sweet. I'm gonna show up to the Black Ops 3 midnight release with my Yo-Kai Watch shirt, my Yo-Kai Watch satchel, my Yo-Kai Watch plushy, my Yo-Kai Watch hat, and laugh at all the dudebros.
I don't think this game will catch on in the west sadly. I asked my friends (who are huge into pokemon, competively some of them) and it's the monster designs for them. They're too Japanese and not enough like animals
>Not wearing your Yokai Watch...Watch
Some are, some aren't. Depends on the yo-kai. Far as I know, only two yo-kai act like Pokemon in the anime: Tattletell and Blazion (the latter just roars like any other animal, what with being a tiger).
>nor is it meant to compete with Pokemon
Dead wrong, buddy. This is a Pokemon ripoff if I've ever seen one. You'd have to be delusional to think otherwise. It doesn't mean it's bad, it just means it's unoriginal.
That sounds like an amazing bait and switch for dudebros interested in black ops.
>Oh, I see you came for Yo-kai watch?
>No, Black ops, why would I want that game?
LBX is a Gotcha Force ripoff, not a Pokemon ripoff.
And please, be serious. A 10 year-old boy protagonist about capturing hundreds of unique, elemental-based monsters in an easy, turn-based RPG? It's a Pokemon ripoff.
I want it to happen.
Yeah well, my Yo-Kai butler could beat your Yo-Kai butler!
Good job linking two Forbes articles...oh wait you didn't these are personal blogs from the social section of Forbes you moron. Also, regardless of what a reporter (these people are not) writes about it being the new pokemon/kill pokemon doesn't mean the publisher intends to compete with it, they're simply two games in the same genre, next you'll tell me how Bioshock is the new Call of Duty killer because durrhurr both shooters obviously competing and trying to kill each other only ONE thing can ever exist of each genre in the world. TOP FUCKIN KEK
Now THIS is an inevitable bargain bin title. Yokai Watch has a chance of catching on thanks to Nintendo's marketing campaign for it. But this thing is flying so under the radar, I don't think it even took off to begin with.
>Email from Toys R' Us.
>Coming out tomorrow, it's Yokai...Smash Brothers! Totally not that lame game you heard about!
but once again, all it has in common is the collection aspect
I haven't seen any advertisements for it either. Plus, it has to battle two stigmas: the whole Pokemon thing and the for boy/girl stereotype
Cats keep getting ran over in Springdale, and there are a lot of stray cats.
So let this be a lesson to you: Stop the cancer, don't run over a cat.
Whatever you say, anon.
>not getting both
Because it's the same genre and Pokemon more or less popularized the genre. When you're describing a new game to people instead of explaining every minute detail is much easier to reference something they're familiar with that is similar. There is no damage to control, though I'm not even sure you know what the phrase means based on your useage.
I'll wait for the reviews on this one. I haven't seen anything about the game and I only find the concept interesting. That and I'll be busy with Yokai Watch, Xenoblade, The World Ends With You, and a ton of other rpgs I have been stucked in the void that is my backlog for years now.
>Yokai Watch hyped for months.
>"Gonna kill Pokemon! Gonna Kill Pokemon! Gonna kill em all!"
>Preorder numbers and reception to the show are lackluster.
>"W..we never said that. Kill Pokemon? Don't be silly!"
Please post the analytics you have for the sales numbers as I haven't seen them anywhere. The reception is general positive or very positive so far based on the reviews that are out.
Also, I never said it was going to kill Pokemon, just because some people have said that doesn't mean anyone who likes it believes it. Fans of games or series aren't warring armies that believe only their game is the only one ever that should exist, those people are just autists.
I go to a Pokemon league every weekend (Battle roads players and at least one Pokebeach admin hang out there).
I ask the kids there about Yokai Watch, and they've never heard of it.
This man speaks the truth.
You're trying to cover for the people who did.
And a lot of people did.
On gaming websites as well as forbes. Kotaku, Gamefaqs, Game Informer, and others, all have articles describing Yokai Watch as a "Pokemon Killer".
Oh wow, you asked a bunch of people who are in the competitive Pokemon scene if they have heard of a non-competitive story based rpg that includes monster collecting and they didnt?!
And they're all massive faggots.
>The reception is general positive or very positive so far based on the reviews that are out.
more like lukewarm
The people who gave it positive reviews are the same "Muh Purists" people who complained about the show's original English opening, whining and screaming until they got a shitty English version of Gera-Po.
I love Keita and his sexy grandpa.
The problem with this game advertisement is the pokemon killer nonsense actually will make people de-value the game more because of high expectation of it being some revolutionary game that will dragged people who play pokemon into it. When, that expectation is not met more chances are that people are just going to walk away and never bother with this series again then actually stay for the sequels. This series will just be known as something that was trying to ride pokemon popularity in the west to make itself big then as a fun series that may have the potential of being able to grow to into a big community like pokemon over-time.
Level-5 themselves have been eagerly comparing their sales numbers to Pokemon's for the past few years to show their dominance in Japan, no doubt as a way to appeal to investors, who only see numbers and don't understand how a cultural divide affects a game.
People are calling Yo-kai Watch a Pokémon killer because it does extremelly well in Japan right now. It's like crasy, when I was there for the TGS those fuckers were everywhere.
The problem is that it speaks way more to a japanese audience than a western one, both because of the aesthetic and lore and because the cartoon has themes that western kids aren't used to see in their cartoons.
Anyway, if it bombs in the west, you can be sure it will continue for many years in Japan as the best alternative to Pokémon.
No, I asked the kids who only go to league for fun. The store tends to divvy up between the two groups and I have a gentler deck to use against the kiddies to get them thinking strategically if none of the competitive players need an opponent. I give em tips and trade them good mons on 3DS if I have nothing better to do, so asking them about other things isn't hard at all.
Comparing the success of a game in the same genre that is also in the handheld market is a smart thing to do. However this has nothing to do with claiming is a Pokemon killer, they're both very different series with very different focuses (Yokai more about story and comfyness and Pokemon more about the competative battling scene), there is definitely a place for them to both exist and be successful.
Stating facts about sales numbers isn't the same as saying our intent with making our game was to crush Pokemon out of existence and become the only handheld monster collecting game! Disagreeing with your stupidity isn't baiting, it's ok for us to not see eye to eye.
Correct, however as you've said they've shifted focus to follow the market, this leaves a gap for an adventure/story focused comfy game like Yokai. :D
but Yo-kai watch isn't exactly an adventure-based game either, since everything takes place in one big town. There's no traveling the world/continent thing going for it since it takes place at home for the most part.
yes, and it expands to about 2-3 other towns, along with being able to travel back to the past and present, and allowing you to travel to the yo-kai world. Comparing the maps between the games would have YKW1 look like a dot.
Komasan was my favorite usable yokai in the demo. Bathing demons in a nomad's holy fire has never been cuter.
It doesn't help that he's 200% adorable in the anime.
>Will Yo-Kai Watch catch on in the West like it did in Japan?
Nope, and anyone who seriously believes it will is fucking delusional. Western kids aren't going to give a shit about all the stupid folklore monsters, and there's nothing "cool" like Pokemon, Digimon, Monster Rancher, etc to attract them.
the series doesn't exactly dive into folklore as much as you think, at least in the first game anyway, unless you count the Yo-kai's life before it died as folklore (Jibanyan, Hungramps, etc).
pretty much. It even has a competitive meta where the sides are pit against each other.
The third version also has NewGame+, though I don't know how much of an effect it has on the game.
Im partial to this guy. Hes pretty good too, he sucks HP when he attacks. ...If I remember correctly.
I....don't actually have him yet. I missed him.
In fact, Im going to look up where to find him and catch him right now.
Hopefully its not through Gaccha.
It pretty much a traditional rpg imo where most of the battling is just grinding out basic attacks and strategy is more or less only used on the rare / boss monsters. No difficulty options afaik.
>paying for 3DS games
Day 1 pirate for me!
Nearly every monster design I've seen from the series has been heavily based on Japanese folklore/culture. I really can't see western kids being interested in the bulk of them.
>Most of the time they play loose enough with the script that the humor doesn't come off as stilted.
How loose is the script? Are we talking about Phoenix Wright loose or Ghost Stories loose?
I had a friend who pirated Bravely Default a year after its release and he got fined $500.
The fine came directly from NoA. Reggie himself showed up at his door and handed it over, saying, "I hope your body is ready for this, you cheap little bitch".
He proceeded to punch him in the face until he was nothing more than a bloody pulp.
So yeah, support Yo-Kai Watch's future localisation by buying it please. Don't be cheap penniless bastards.
Sometimes I feel oddly attracted to Dismarelda and I don't even know why.
How is piracy (something that almost everyone does) considered "attention whoring" and making someone an "edge lord". It's a good financial move to not waste money on things if you can get them for free. It's a $40 game... why pay for it if I don't have to?
And before you say "SUPPORT THE DEVELOPER!!!". I honestly don't give a shit about the developer. I'll let your purchase and all those Japanese elementary school students subsidize them and I'll make the smart move on my part.
Well, no Gabunyan for me. I can't get him. And theres no way I can find someone to give him to me.
LOOK, KEITA! THIS GUY HAS BEEN HAUNTED BY A YO-KAI!
>Look guys, I'm poor! Please, give me attention!
You scan the QR codes and get a coin of the matching type to use In the gasha, you can only try the Gasha a limited ammount of times each day (usually 3). If you are really lucky you get an high rank Yokai
There are also QR codes that give you sp coins that have higher chances of getting s rank yokai
>the poor argument
I'm $40 richer than you will be tomorrow and I'm still playing enjoying the game!
Joke's on you bub I live in the motherland and have to wait until 2016 to play!
If you were pirating you could play the American version tomorrow.
In all seriousness though, I'm sorry anon. I don't know why the fuck they can't get their shit together and release it on the same day. ;_;
I imported one of the games and really like the series. I can't wait for my copy to be delivered tomorrow. I've been checking my UPS tracking hourly.
In the meantime, I'm practicing my "Gera Gera Po" dance. I'm going to the Nintendo World Event too. It would be neat to get something signed by Hino but I don't know if I'll get there in time since I'll be there at 9am and the line starts at 12am. ;_;
That assumes you both have the same amount of money and given you're pirating he's probably got a lot more than you have.
I'd guess the anime hasn't premiered in the UK yet. There was this debacle with the DS release of the first Inazuma Eleven where it was supposed to come out in Europe in a February, and they sent out their shipments to some places outside the UK, and some stores sold their copies, but then recalled the game because it hadn't aired in the UK and released it again proper in August.
Huge party tomorrow at Nintendo World. Jibanyan is going to be there and everything. I heard that Reggie will be there too, but only if people stop pirating the game and SPEND THEIR NEET DOLLARS
"Attendees can learn the wacky Yo-kai Watch dance, take pictures with Jibanyan, check out some new Yo-kai Watch toy releases, or even participate in the biggest game of telephone* in the history of Nintendo World.
The first 75 people to show up will also be able to get photos and autographs with the creator of Yo-kai Watch and Founder, President/CEO of LEVEL-5 Inc. Akihiro Hino."
My boyfriend wouldn't like that. :^)
Why would pirating and having money not correlate? It's a good practice to pay as little for things as possible no matter what. It's more likely that he's just more frugal than the other one. They're likely very similar in wealth and status considering this websites demographic.
Most of the monster design can be easily interpreted as something more relatable though. Whisper looks like a stereotypical ghost and sets the tone for the series. Jinbanyan is just a cute ghost cat, Cadin is goofy ghost bug, I mean as long as kids are thinking of it like Danny Phantom where they just put "ghost" in front of everything it really isn't a big a problem as you think.
>"Gera Gera Po" dance
Don't people like repetitive youtube shit they can inject themselves into? Like that harlem shape bastardization meme.
I swear this franchise would be set if they made the thing some type of viral video. The song is catchy.
3rd try didnt work either.
That's all of them. I can't get him anymore.
Oh well, I was done with the game anyway.
ANYWAY, here's how it works.
YW2 (and 1 I guess) has a gaccha machine you put coins into. You can find them via playing or QR codes. There's many different kinds of coins, some special, some regular.
Basically, how it works is, when you start the game, the game predetermines a long pool of monsters that will come from each type of coin, so restarting your game to try the gaccha again will do nothing.
That explanation might be a bit confusing, but basically you can't do anything at all to cheat the RNG of the gaccha machine. What your next, say, blue coin gaccha result will be is always predetermined before you even get it.
design wise, it's definerly well crafted, even for a 2013 game. Battle-wise things are simple and straightforward to understand, though difficult to master against certain enemies. There's some argument that battles might be too simple for more older players (until 2nd game), though it can be interesting if you want a break from the usual turn-based shenanigans
>Attendees can learn the wacky Yo-kai Watch dance
Guess this is what they are going to dance too instead of
>Getting it at midnight. I usually like Level-5's multimedia games a lot.
I'm actually considering going to my FUCKING GAMESTOP to see if they have it out during the CoD launch just to see.
NIGGERS POST YOUR YO-KAI MERCH
>have 3 weeks worth of hot glue down there for my orochi figure
For some Yokai, like Gabunyan, there's nothing I can do to get him anymore besides finding a trade partner. He's lost to me for good.
But technically most coins are in unlimited supply, so you should be able to get most Yokai eventually. It's only special coins that are in limited supply.
You cant just freely buy coins with money though.
>Doesn't even have a watch.
My U is in the mail.
before you confront the final boss
Got Dianyan kit at the WHF in Osaka and now they have released the other jewel cats
I can only find this one picture but I ended up getting Kyuubi, Komasan and Komajiro, Gabunyan and Manojishi.
Almost bought even more, but I'll wait a while 'til they get cheap again
A reminder for everyone to motemote~ their favorite youkai!
>buying kindergarten kid plastic watches
literally MLP tier
>Not using Kyuubi's stickers
Alright let me help you. Get a butter knife. Life up the sticker with the butter knife, and use THAT to place the sticker. Don't use your fingers - assuming you're an adult like me, they'll be all thumbly and huge and get in the way and mess things up.
Personally I use a component from my mini swiss army knife but yeaha butterknife would work.
Yeah and it's like £50 on eBay and impossible to buy elsewhere :(
I don't have much but I'm sure I'll get more as soon as they release some merch state-side.
Got my books and Whisper Plush yesterday. The books were charming and quite a fun read
Yeah. I've tried, but nothing works.
In 2, there's 2 gaccha machines, and they each have their own pools, but there's still nothing you can do to cheat each other. Even if you save before you get the coin, and try switching around the orders you put them in, each gaccha machine will always come out the same in the same order for each type of coin.
>the shitty red cat is this game's poster child instead of komasan
What are you talking about?
Now excuse me while I start this fight with Jetnyan, a completely original Yokai.
>there are like 4 different subspecies of Rubynyan
>even Pokemon doesn't spam Pikachu like that
You obviously haven't been to a store that had a Pokemon section. Pikachu is 95% of Pokemon to most people. 4% the Gen 1 starters and 1% being everything else.
Got lucky in the campaign medal draw and won a bushinyan as well as a few other campaign medals, makes me wonder how they will handle legend medal competitions in the west
this game looks really cool. the over world is pretty cool too, better than any pokemon over world.
This game looks pretty fun. Is there any post game side quests or anything like that to it? It it like pokemon where the main story is mostly just training for multiplayer, or is there a stronger emphasis on the main game itself?
I still cant get Jetnyan after like 7 attempts.
I want to add him to my team of cats!
I'm not a true fan, but I'm interested in playing it. It looks fun. Earlier posts are saying that it can be picked up at other midnight releases at stores, so I might try to do that and just play it through the morning.
There's also fruit nyans. 6 of them.
You can have a whole team of fruity cats.