Toukiden 2 Carryover Demo Now Available For PS Vita & PS4 In North America, In Europe On Friday

Koei Tecmo has released a carryover demo of the upcoming demon-hunting action RPG Toukiden 2 for PS Vita and PS4 on the North American PlayStation Store. In Europe, the free demo will be available this friday.

The 1.4 GB (PS Vita)/7.1 GB (PS4) demo lets you play the opening story of the game. The save data from the demo can be carried over to the main game and you may also receive special bonuses after transferring it.

Toukiden 2 will be released for the PS Vita and PS4 in North America on March 21, 2017 and in Europe on March 24, 2017 as both a physical and digital release.

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One thought on “Toukiden 2 Carryover Demo Now Available For PS Vita & PS4 In North America, In Europe On Friday

  • March 14, 2017 at 17:00

    I’m not sure how KT can justify spending $40 for a PSVita demon-hunting game.
    Don’t get me wrong, I get all the open-world, Vita port-takes-time, cross-platform stuff and all, I just do not see a game worth $39,99 here. Animations are decent-at-best but even Ragnarok Odyssey ACE has more going for it than this. The game gets repetitive very quickly and after spending a few hours on it, I bet you won’t jump back to pick up where you left off because this game does not offer that much replayability. While I’m glad they didn’t pull a dick move on us (like Arrowhead did) if you want to play with some company and not be forced into playing online in order to do so, I expected much more from Toukiden. There is no exclusive character in the US edition and on top of that, I can’t help but feel like the game is a series of checkmarks, lacking enough effort for the player to care about some background story or even finish the game.
    I spent $39,99 on DQ Builders, a game which never received an update after release. No extra maps, no extra stuff. Big mistake. I won’t do this again. Maybe I’ll go pick this one up on a sale, who knows.

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