If you’ve heard of Yo-Kai Watch, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about it in comparison to a little franchise called Pokémon. The Japanese import has become the latest cultural craze for a couple of years now, with several games, an animated series and enough merchandise to fill more than a few Toys R Us stores. And finally, the series had made its way to America with the first Yo-Kai Watch release only a few weeks after the cartoon premiered on Disney XD.
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