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646f9e108c Nate, a young boy, stumbles upon the mysterious Yo-Kai Watch. Which allows him to see normally invisible Yo-Kai, mischievous beings from another dimension.
Considering I have been a fan of many monster and video game themed kids anime when I was younger and I still enjoy rewatching a lot of those now such as Pokémon (Diamond and Pearl to before that), Digimon, Monster Rancher, and a few others, I decided to check this out as the game looked like it could be cool (which I have yet to play at the time of this review). However, I watched the first three episodes and this is honestly one of the worst things I have ever seen, at least in kids anime.<br/><br/>The humor has come off as forced, moronic, and the writing is just so generic, pointless, and at times non-sensical. There seems to be no real story or development. Now it&#39;s only the first three episodes so maybe there is more, but I&#39;m just going to review based on what I saw.<br/><br/>One of the biggest issues I had was in the second episode where the lead character, Nate went to the bathroom and then the female lead, Katie came up to Nate in front of his other friends and claimed that Nate pooped in the boys bathroom..... and to Nate, it&#39;s the most embarrassing thing of all time..... why? I would understand if it accidentally used the girl&#39;s bathroom, pooped his pants, or was having bad diarrhea, but nope, it&#39;s just simply that Nate pooped. Why is this embarrassing? If this is a Japanese culture thing, then it really doesn&#39;t make me respect their culture much if a natural bodily function is treated like something to be ashamed of. This turns out to be the fault of a yo-kai named Tattletell which Nate befriends. But another thing that bugs me is that towards the end of the episode, Katie is having trouble telling her mom she didn&#39;t get a perfect score on a test. It bugs me as it&#39;s not a bad score she got, it just wasn&#39;t perfect, but it can be forgiven as I know some kids and parents can be perfectionists, but my gripe is how Nate goes about solving it. He uses Tattletell on Katie to manipulate and force her to tell her mother. What kind of lesson is that for kids? I guess at the least, it can still be counted as don&#39;t be afraid to talk to your parents about something like this, but I still hate how it&#39;s handled by forcing Katie to do this against her will. This is the only episode I&#39;ll give spoilers for however as it&#39;s the worst one that stood out in my mind.<br/><br/>Maybe if I check out more episodes someday, I&#39;ll do a more detailed review and who knows, maybe I&#39;ll revise my rating which I was debating on giving a 1 or 2 to, but since I really didn&#39;t like a single thing about this show, I had to give it a 1. But for now, this is my opinion.<br/><br/>Another thing I hate is the music. Admittedly the intro is okay, but not great. I hate the typical rap moment of it which is where it has the worst lyrics, but when we have the woman sing, it&#39;s a more decent there. However, I can not stand the credits theme which is called the Yo-Kai Exercise No. 1 at all which has the most childish and moronic lyrics I have ever heard in an anime song with stuff like &quot;What time is it? Veggie/Stinky/Big Time!&quot; and &quot;Let&#39;s Blame the Yo-Kai! It&#39;s all their fault, all their fault!&quot; and various other bits, including on the Sticky time bit I mentioned, asking why poop smells so bad... I am dead serious. Ther

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