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In 2014, Yokai Watch's popularity exploded in Japan. The 3DS game and its anime became a nationwide phenomenon, with kids singing the theme song (and doing its catchy dance) and begging their parents to buy them Yokai Watch toys.


The most colourful game any of us are playing this busy video game season is Yo-kai Watch, the creature-collecting Japanese 3DS phenomenon that is finally making its way to Australia. What's so good about it? I talked it through with the most youthful member of our staff.


Briefly: Video game character of the year? One of the creatures in Yokai Watch, the massive hit in Japan that comes to Australia on December 5. Excerpt above is from a Nintendo press release, highlighting the sensation that is Snotsolong.