The 24 games of Christmas! Game #9: Yokai Watch 2

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Ho, ho, ho, and Merry Christmas!

Christmas is a wonderful time of year. If you’re in the north then you get to enjoy snow, hot drinks, the wonderful colours of decorations and the smell of a freshly-cut Christmas tree. If you’re south of the equator, it means blistering hot weather, beer, and the wonderful colours of decorations and the smell of a freshly-cut Christmas tree.

Christmas is a time for good food, family, and friends. It’s a time for celebration, and Christmas is the time of year where it’s okay to be a kid all over again, and count down the days to gifts and celebrations one day at a time. Each year we get into the spirit of the season ourselves with a countdown of our own; the 24 Games of Christmas!

So please do join in the countdown with us, crack open some great games, and enjoy the season!

Game #9: Yokai Watch 2
(Read our review here)

Christmas is a time for the young; so much of the celebration of the event cycles around children; from Santa to presents and so many of the Christmas music is all designed specifically for kids.

So why not get in the Christmas spirit with Yokai Watch, a game that is all about recreating the experience of being a child, exploring the local area and going on adventures that only the immagination could come up with? Dungeons are alleyways and backyards, and where so many children would spend their summers collecting insects, in this one you’ll be collecting monsters to battle with. Nothing will quite get you in the spirt of the season that reminding yourself of what it’s like to be young.

– Matt S.
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