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My Nintendo Game & Watch Collection

Between 1980 and 1991 Nintendo produced a series of portable handheld games known as Game & Watches. The name being derived form that fact that they ...

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  1. Many Japanese games have catching of monsters or other minions as a common mechanic, but don’t buy this expecting a Pokemon game. Yokai Watch also employs many aspects of Japanese culture not commonly seen in games released over here, giving it a very unique perspective. While usually a game aimed at a younger demographic would likely be expected to be very simple and poorly written, YW does a great job of being witty without ever nearing towards being offensive, making it a great game for both children and adults.

  2. I love Mr. Game & Watch ever since he first appeared in Melee. He’s such an oddball of a character and his 2 dimensional form makes him truly stand out from the rest. The Amiibo itself is really sweet. I really like how you can change his stance from the bell taunt, the parachute, and the all mighty 9 gallant. Really satisfied with this purchase!

  3. I will be honest, when Yokai Watch first came out I hated it. It looked like just another Pokemon rip-off. But I kept seeing it everywhere and finally I decided to look into it and give it a chance. The thing that won me over the most was Jibanyan and all the Nyan (cats) to befriend in the game. I was immediately smitten by Komasan!Even if it is basically a Pokemon rip-off, it’s done with enough uniqueness that differentiates it from being just another Pokeclone. The „monsters“ are all ghosts (specters) that can only be seen by the antagonist through the use of his special Yokai Watch. The watch detects when Yokai are nearby and then through the lens they can be located and confronted. This may include having to fight them, or possibly just chat with them.I’m not going to talk about the story, because it might spoil it, so I’m going to talk about the play mechanics. The entire game is basically a series of fetch-quests. Normally in RPGs, fetch-quests can become rather tedious, but with this game that really wasn’t the case, and I really wanted to complete them rather than just muddle through the motions. The quests are what make up the storyline, from the most trivial ones to the main quest that progresses the game. You are free to roam all over the entire map almost right from the beginning, although some areas are blocked off until you upgrade your watch. You take on various quests by talking to yokai and/or people and agreeing to help them. This may include bringing them certain items or having to catch/eliminate certain types of Yokai. I have a hard time remembering what I was doing last in video games like this, so I was relieved to find that you have a quest book that keeps track of all the details for you. One mistake I made was I kept saying yes to everyone; it’s better to come back to some quests later after you finish a few of the ones you already have, because it’s easy to get overwhelmed. And some quests have to be done in a certain amount of time, or by a certain time of day/night. If you forget where some place is for a quest there’s always a red arrow on the map pointing you in the right direction.The battle system is very basic & it took me a while to get used to it because I’m used to RPGs where you pick every move for every character in your party. In YW the battle is basically on auto-pilot, and you simply intervene to do things in the background, like healing injured Yokai with items, giving power-ups, un-inspiriting them, pinning which enemy to target, and trying to pin the occasional swirly wisp that give you extra battle spoils. You can also spin the dial in order to swap in/out different yokai on your team. The only truly interactive thing you do is a special super move when their spirit bar is full. To activate it you have to do something with the stylus – either spin a circle, tap flying bubbles or trace some symbols, and the faster you accomplish it the faster the yokai pulls off the move. They’re not difficult to do and quickly become somewhat tedious. The real tactics are not during battle but how you set up your team beforehand. You need a nice variety of yokai to cover various aspects of battle, and setting ones up next to each other with the same disposition can cause them to interact & be more powerful in battle. There are also all kinds of items to alter their disposition, and items you can equip to beef up different stats. Additionally, the attitude of your Yokai determines how it levels up, and also determines the action it takes in battle.Catching wild yokai is a bit of a hit-or-miss ordeal and it seems like even if you throw the correct food at it during battle, it doesn’t raise the befriending percentage up much. The only way to really catch wild yokai is to just fight them repeatedly until one of them finally sheepishly strolls up to you & requests to be friends. This can be frustrating if they’re not exactly common, but I think it becomes easier to catch them the higher rank your Yokai Watch is. In other words, if you’re trying to catch a high level yokai and your watch is low level, the odds are against you. Go level up, get your watch upgraded, and come back later.I played this game beginning to end and I just want more. Collecting all the yokai medals both in-game and in real life can trigger obsession. Most of the yokai are based on traditional Japanese folklore ghosts and there are a lot of very wonderfully weird creatures to collect, including a dog with a face like Woody Allen. Many of them evolve, like Pokemon, but there are also many who can be fused together to create entirely new yokai. This game gives you that familiar „gotta catch ‚em all“ fever. Passwords and the QR codes on the backs of the medals can be scanned from inside the game (at the post office) and they all give you a variety of prizes, including game coins to use in the crank-a-kai. Oh yeah, and the game also utilizes the camera, and you can take pics of yourself with a variety of yokai on your shoulders!

  4. My nephew’s birthday coincides with Christmas and rather than schlepping to and doing battle with inept/ rude and potentially disappointing stores called a store that said they had this went all the way there to find out that they didn’t have the right game😑 so instead I found the exact game, correct version, correct ds system compatible one on awesome Amazon and thank god I’m a prime member because I’m a total procrastinator during this time of year but was beyond happy when the kids FaceTimed to let me know that it got there ahead of schedule😊 I think yo kai is like Pokémon but all that matters is the nephew was happy and my nieces were too.

  5. My son is 7 and a huge Pokémon fan, he asked for yokai watch 2. It’s such a cute game but has a LONG story line before you can really get to play not to mention really repetitive. He normally just skips through most of the reading story parts and goes straight to the objectives. I recommend for any parent who has children that love Pokémon, it’s very similar. O and if you buy it new, it comes with a yokai metal to unlock a special character in the game and can be used in the actual physically wearable second series yokai watch.

  6. Bought this as a gift for my nephew, he loves it! It came with a special yo-kai medal for the yo-kai model zero watch Yo-kai Watch Model Zero The medal is one that you can only get with this game which makes it „super rare“ according to my nephew. We bought him this game plus YO-KAI WATCH 2: Bony Spirits – Nintendo 3DS which had it’s own „super rare“ medal. He said these gifts made it the best birthday ever, not a lot of birthdays he can compare it to, but I will take the compliment! I didn’t play these games so I can’t do a review of the game itself but my nephew loved the first Yo-Kai Watch game and he loves these ones too. So I am going to say if you liked the first game you will like both of the Yo-Kai Watch 2’s

  7. So, I’ll begin by saying that I really loved the first game. I felt like the original Yokai watch was one of the most detailed and beautiful looking games on the 3DS just because of how you could really tell what the items on the store shelves are. What I mean is, the creators worked hard on even the small details and their efforts altogether made Yokai Watch such a pleasing game for the eyes.The same can be said of the sequel….however, that’s both a good thing and a bad thing. Most of this game takes place in exactly the same place that the first game took place in. So I guess if it looks just as beautiful thats kind of a given…since it’s the same stuff….. I expected a brand new adventure with Yokai only to find out that I’m basically doing what I did in the first game….again. Different story but in the same places! That was such a huge disappointment to me. I was really looking forward to exploring more stunning areas in the world of Yokai Watch and it just comes across as a little bit lazy to me.Now, there ARE new places in the game and some new features (like a cool train system). And what’s new is really beautiful but, I’m not really impressed since such a huge chunk of the game seems to just be copied and pasted from the first game. As a huge lover of the first game in the series, I’m just going to say that this game was a disappointment for me. I did not feel like this game was worth another 40 bucks……. it felt more like a Yokai Watch 1.5. Not unique enough to be considered a full sequel (at least to me).So if you came here looking for a new yokai watch experience and loved yokai watch 1, well…expect more of the same….EXACTLY the same in this „sequel“.

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