YO-KAI Watch 2 Psychic Specters [ 3DS CIA ]

YO-KAI Watch 2 Psychic Specters

YO-KAI Watch 2 Psychic Specters 3ds roms

YO-KAI Watch 2 Psychic Specters

The strange but friendly troublemakers, Yo-kai, are back in a time-traveling adventure, and this time their mysterious world is packed with exclusive quests, Wicked Yo-kai to befriend, new areas to explore, and a revamped Blasters action co-op mode* featuring new bosses. As the cause of life’s troubles, Yo-kai are hiding everywhere! Explore the seaside town San Fantastico and the sleepy village Harrisville in search of these mischievous beings. Then travel 60 years into the past with Hovernyan to ensure the Yo-kai Watch Model Zero is created and your timeline is preserved! Battle online or via local wireless** to earn in-game rewards for your adventure. Or take control of a Yo-kai in Psychic Blasters, a revamped 4-player action mode! If you own the YO-KAI WATCH™ 2: Bony Spirits or YO-KAI WATCH 2: Fleshy Souls game, you can transfer save data from your Nintendo 3DS™ family system to YO-KAI WATCH 2 Psychic Specters and pick up where you left off. Prepare yourself for the deepest and most immersive Yo-kai experience yet!

YO-KAI Watch 2 Psychic Specters

Level-5’s Yo-Kai Watch drew plenty of comparisons to Pokémon when it first came West, thanks to its monster-gathering mechanics and playground appeal, but it really started to resemble Nintendo’s Pocket Monster powerhouse with the split release of its 2016 sequel: Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits and Yo-Kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls. And just as with Pokémon since the Gold and Silver days, a third incarnation followed soon after to cap off the generation, localized as this latest title in the series: Yo-Kai Watch 2 Psychic Specters. Adding in new quests, new Yo-Kai, and some fantastic new areas to explore, this is undoubtedly the best of the bunch, and a wonderful game besides a polished, charming RPG that stands among the 3DS’ best. Right off the bat, it’s worth noting that if you’ve played either Bony Spirits or Fleshy Souls, Psychic Specters is very nearly the same game; there are some notable additions that we’ll cover later on, but for the most part the story and structure remain the same. You’ll play as an elementary school boy or girl in the town of Springdale, and along with your faithful Yo-Kai friends ghostly, thoroughly endearing creatures from Japanese folklore you’ll set off on a new adventure to uncover the mystery behind some unsettling, very likely Yo-Kai-related occurrences in Springdale and beyond. At least, you will after a bit of a warm up. Yo-Kai Watch 2 kicks off with some disreputable demons stealing both your character’s Yo-Kai Watch and their memory, so you’ll spend the first few hours more or less repeating some familiar beats from the first game: meeting key Yo-Kai like Whisper and Jibanyan, unmasking the cheeky spectres causing arguments and anomalies around town, and gradually exploring more and more of Springdale. The basic gameplay template remains largely unchanged from the first title as well: it’s a Pokémon-style monster-friend-‘em-up, where you’ll roam the city taking on quests, meeting new Yo-Kai to add to your 6-member team, and challenging opposing Yo-Kai, in both smaller encounters and larger boss battles that advance the episodic plot. These battles are one area in which Yo-Kai feels completely different to its Pocket Monster inspirations. Instead of commanding your team by selecting moves from a menu, as in Pokémon or most turn-based RPGs, your Yo-Kai will act on their own, using either physical attacks, special moves, or buffs/debuffs as they see fit. Each Yo-Kai also has its own ‘Soultimate’ power, however, and this you can control; by selecting a Yo-Kai with a full Soul gauge and playing a quick mini-game on the touchscreen tapping spheres, spinning a circle, or tracing shapes, for instance you can unleash these powerful moves, complete with an always-charming cut-in cutscene. Soultimates aren’t the only source of interactivity in Yo-Kai combat, either; though you’ll usually fight enemies in groups of three, your own six-monster team is arranged in a circle, with three active at any one time, and you can ‘spin’ this circle around using the touchscreen (or shoulder buttons) whenever you like during a fight. Placing Yo-Kai of the same Tribe (think type) next to each other can yield bonuses, and between making sure healers are in the front line when needed, cycling in charged-up Yo-Kai to trigger series of Soultimates, and pulling out ‘Inspirited’ Yo-Kai to ‘Purify’ them with more mini-games, there’s always something to do; we never felt uninvolved.


Release Date : September 29, 2017
Publisher : Nintendo
Developer : LEVEL-5
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 1.93GB


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