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Yo-kai Watch fun for fans, younger kids

Kidsday reporter Cole Handley tests the Yo-kai Watch.

Kidsday reporter Cole Handley tests the Yo-kai Watch. Photo Credit: Gina Cerulli

I tested out the Yo-kai Watch (Hasbro), and I think it is a good toy for younger kids. Kids ages 5 to 9 might love the lights and sounds, but kids that are 10 and older just would not enjoy this toy. My friend’s 7-year-old brother tested it out and he loved the lights, sounds and the toy in general. The watch can play sounds, music, and phrases, and there are collectible medals. There are also some good aspects, like it is so big so it can’t be any sort of a choking hazard to babies or animals in your house. The one thing it doesn’t do is tell time. It is a toy really just for fans.

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