Yo-Kai Watch Animé Series Heading to the US

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Dentsu Entertainment has announced plans to bring the Yo-Kai Watch animé series to North America.

Despite a lack of plans for the Yo-Kai Watch games from Level-5, at time of writing, the animated TV series will start to air later this Spring.

The storyline will stick closely to the games and original Japanese version, following the tale of a young boy who frees Whisper, a ghost-butler yo-kai. As thanks from being freed from 190 years of imprisonment, Whisper grants the boy with a watch, allowing him to see other yo-kai spirits.


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30.04.2014 22:44


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