Yo Kai Watch 2 Review – Gameplay & Features

Yo Kai Watch 2 Review – Gameplay & Features

Yo Kai watch 2 review: Gameplay is solid, the UI is simple and the games are fun.

I would not consider this a first-party Android Wear device but it’s nice to have the option.

It’s a nice way to play games without the hassle of an Apple Watch.

This is one of the reasons I bought it, I like playing games on my phone with a nice UI and a solid game selection.

Android Wear apps are very simple, they’re very easy to use and the interface is nice and easy to navigate.

I think the games play very well and are easy to learn.

This makes them great for the first-time user, but if you’re an advanced user it could be a bit difficult.

I found myself playing a lot of different Android Wear games while wearing this.

It feels good to be able to do so.

This watch has some issues that I think are worth mentioning.

One of the issues is that it’s quite small.

While this is great for some people it can be a little hard to see the apps and notifications when they’re on the watch.

The second issue is that if you put your phone next to the screen the watch will display notifications on the phone instead of on the screen.

If you’re wearing the watch while your phone is connected to the computer, the phone will not show up on the list.

The third issue is the battery life.

I have to say that I was impressed by the battery and the amount of time that I got to play with it.

I’m not sure if I’ll buy another Yo Kai for myself, but I would certainly recommend this watch if you love playing games.

This review was done using an LG Watch Urbane model with a 32GB internal storage and 4G LTE connectivity.

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