The Japanese phenomena, Yo-kai Watch, will finally make it’s North America debut on November 6th for the 3DS. The game was announced at E3 this year without a confirmed release date.
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In 2010, Nintendo released the newest game in Tetsuya Takahashi’s accalimed Xeno series, Xenoblade Chronicles for the Wii in Japan; that following year it was released in Europe. Despite receiving outstanding reviews in both Japan and Europe, Nintendo of America refused to release it for their region. In 2012, after continuing requests from fans, Nintendo finally released the game that many believed to be the Wii’s last great masterpiece; however, copies of the game were very limited. Because of that, many Nintendo fans missed out on playing it. Three years after the release of Xenoblade, Nintendo ported the game to their New 3DS under the title of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, giving Nintendo fans everywhere a chance to play their unique masterpiece.
As promised, Nintendo of Europe played 40 glorious minutes, through Gamescon, of Xenoblade Chronicles X in English recently. They actually played the Europe English build of the game, so we can get a feel of what the game looks like in our native tongue. There is plenty of stuff going on in the video, but it is quite long.