Nintendo’s YO-KAI WATCH is Headed to America Nov. 6

Nintendo's YO-KAI WATCH is Headed to America Nov. 6

Are you ready for the biggest phenomenon in Japan to finally make its way here to the U.S.? YO-KAI WATCH, coming exclusively to the Nintendo 3DS family of systems on Friday, Nov. 6, is sure to be a fun one for kids to enjoy playing for years to come. So what are these Yo-kai, you ask?

Yo-kai cannot be seen by the human eye, but hide everywhere! It’s why you feel the urge to bust out in a dance in the middle of the classroom or why some mornings you simply can’t pry yourself out of bed. Hundreds of these spooky, sometimes cute and usually mischievous Yo-kai secretly inhabit our world.

Let us introduce you to three of the 200 amazing Yo-kai characters you’ll grow to love once you pick up the game and start to play.

Nintendo's YO-KAI WATCH is Headed to America Nov. 6
Jibanyan

Jibanyan

ibanyan is a slacker cat who saps your energy. When he’s not lying around eating chocolate bars, Jibanyan likes to practice his fighting moves on passing trucks – usually with painful results!

Nintendo's YO-KAI WATCH is Headed to America Nov. 6
Walkappa

Walkappa
Walkappa makes you want to go for a swim – or jump in a lake! Most kappas stay in the water, but this one is a landlubber. He keeps a bottle of water to pour on his head to stay wet, though.

Nintendo's YO-KAI WATCH is Headed to America Nov. 6
Tattletell

Tattletell

Ever revealed a secret without realizing it? It might be the work of Tattletell, a mischievous Yo-kai who takes the form of an elderly woman.

All these characters above are a part of the free demo currently available to download in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. So what are you waiting for? Give it a try for yourself!

Related: New YO-KAI WATCH Nintendo 2DS Bundle Hits Stores on Nov. 6

Source: Press Release