Yo-Kai Watch 2 Launch Event

October 1, 2016

October 1, 2016

Nintendo NY, Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY, United States

Event Description

Games, giveaways and fun await you at our big YO-KAI Watch 2 Launch Event! Meet Jibanyan and Komasan, trade YO-KAI Watch medals, learn the DON-DON-DOOBY-ZOO-BAH! Dance, play a YO-KAI Watch themed pole raising game and more!

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