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Yo-Kai Watch is a RPG video game series by Level-5.
- Yo-Kai Watch (July 11, 2013). Nintendo 3DS.
- Yo-Kai Watch 2: Ganso & Yo-Kai Watch 2: Honke (July 10, 2014). Nintendo 3DS
- Yo-Kai Watch 2: Shinuchi (December 13, 2014). An updated version.
- Yo-Kai Watch 3 (TBA 2016). Nintendo 3DS.
- Yo-Kai Watch Busters: Aka Neko-dan & Yo-Kai Watch Busters: Shiro Inu-tai (July 11, 2015). Nintendo 3DS.
- Yo-Kai Watch Dance: Just Dance Special Version (December 5, 2015). Wii U. Crossover collaboration with Ubisoft's Just Dance series.
- Yo-Kai Sangokushi (April 2, 2016). Nintendo 3DS. Crossover collaboration with Koei Tecmo's Romance of the Three Kingdoms series.
- Yo-Kai Taisou Dai-Ichi Pazuru da Nyan! (July 18, 2013). iOS and Android.
- Yo-Kai Daijiten (2015). iOS and Android.
- Yo-Kai Watch: Punipuni (October 2015). iOS and Android.
- Yo-Kai Watch Gerapo Rythm (2016). iOS and Android.
- Yo-Kai Watch (January 2014 - present). A manga series by Noriyuki Konishi.
- Yo-Kai Watch: Wakuwaku Nyanderful Days (February 2014 - present). A shoujo manga by Chikako Mori.
- 4-Koma Yo-Kai Watch: Geragera Manga Theater (October 2014 - present). A comedy manga by Coconas Rumba.
- Yo-Kai Watch: 4-Koma Pun-Club (April 2015 - present). Another comedy manga by Santa Harukaze.
- Yo-Kai Watch Busters (June 2015 - October 2015) A one-volume manga by Atsushi Ohba.
- Yo-Kai Watch (January 8, 2014 - present). An anime series by OLM.
- Yo-Kai Watch: Tanjō no Himitsu da Nyan! (December 20, 2014). An anime movie by OLM.
- Yo-Kai Watch: Enma Daiō to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan! (December 19, 2015). A second anime movie by OLM.
Links to other series
|Metal Gear||July 11, 2013||One of the tutorial chapters in Yo-Kai Watch features a minor reference to Metal Gear Solid.||3
|Dark Souls||July 11, 2013||In Yo-Kai Watch, one of the statues in the Gourd Pond Museum features a minor reference to Dark Souls.||3
|Batman||March 05, 2014||Episode 8 of Yo-Kai Watch features an allusion to Batman.||2
|Terminator||May 02, 2014||Episode 16 of Yo-Kai Watch features a reference to The Terminator.||3
|Fist of the North Star||May 23, 2014||Episode 19 of Yo-Kai Watch features a reference to Fist of the North Star.||3
|Taiko no Tatsujin||June 26, 2014||Jibanyan from Yokai Watch is a party member in Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken and Taiko no Tatsujin: Dokodon! Mystery Adventure, while Don-Chan appears in Yo-Kai Watch 2 and Yo-Kai Watch 3; additionally Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version and later games in the series feature music tracks from Yokai Watch.||1
|The Twilight Zone||July 04, 2014||Episode 25 of Yo-Kai Watch features a parody of The Twilight Zone.||3
|Star Wars||October 10, 2014||Episode 39 of the Yo-Kai Watch anime features a parody of Star Wars called "Space Wars", and there are minor references to the franchise in Yo-Kai Watch 2.||2.5
|Yu-Gi-Oh||October 17, 2014||Episode 40 of Yo-Kai Watch features a reference to Yu-Gi-Oh .||3
|The Walking Dead||October 31, 2014||Episode 42 of Yo-Kai Watch features references to The Walking Dead.||2
|Transformers||December 19, 2014||There's an Optimus Prime toy visible in episode 49 of the Yo-Kai Watch anime.||2
|Doraemon||December 20, 2014||There's a references to Doraemon in Yo-Kai Watch: Tanjō no Himitsu da Nyan! .||2
|Rose of Versailles||January 30, 2015||Episode 54 of Yo-Kai Watch features a minor reference to Rose of Versailles.||3
|The Ring||March 13, 2015||Episode 60 of Yo-Kai Watch features a minor reference to The Ring.||3
|Saint Seiya||May 08, 2015||Episode 68 of Yo-Kai Watch features a reference to Saint Seiya.||3
|Pokémon||May 15, 2015||In episode 69 of Yo-Kai Watch when Gnomey reads a book about ghosts while hiding from Whisper, Jibanyan, and Hidabat, thinking they were monsters, the picture on a page he's reading resembles three ghosts that resembles the bodies of the Gastly, Haunter, and Gengar Pokémon.||3
|Ghostbusters||July 11, 2015||Yo-Kai Watch Busters features several references to Ghostbusters.||3
|Tetsujin #28||July 11, 2015||The Yokai "Robonyan #28" references Tetsujin #28.||3
|Just Dance||December 05, 2015||Yo-Kai Watch Dance: Just Dance Special Version is a crossover between both series.||1
|Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Koei)||April 02, 2016||Yo-Kai Sangokushi is a crossover between both series.||3
|Case Closed||May 11, 2016||Dectective Conyan bears resemblance to Decetective Conan from Case Closed.||3
|Final Fantasy||July 26, 2016||Thirteen Yokai from Yo-Kai Watch appear as minions in Final Fantasy XIV, during an event from July 26 to October 3, 2016, while Yo-Kai Watch 3 features a Yokai based on Moogle, and one riding a Chocobo from the Final Fantasy series.||1|