Toukiden: The Age Of Demons Review

Sony’s last generation of handhelds didn’t do so well in the United States. However, if there is one title that was considered the console’s saving grace, it would most likely be the Monster Hunter Series. Capcom’s extremely popular franchise about hunters hunting monsters, harvesting products from the land and kills, and making cool armor and weaponry just to be stronger to hunt even stronger monsters. Rinse and repeat the process, you have a game that has endless hours of gameplay with a goal worth achieving.

Monster Hunter however made its mark mostly on the PSP, but that soon would change as it seems Capcom has jumped ship from Sony with the fact both Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and Monster Hunter 4 are only available on Nintendo platforms. Even though Capcom has announced that the Vita would get Monster Hunter Frontier G, that installment in the series is considered the worse one in the entire franchise. Enter Toukiden: The Age of Demons by Tecmo Koei. This title seems to deliver on two promises. First, it is considered the “Monster Hunter” fix for the Vita. Second, it is supposed to bring a new dynamic to the genre. So did this game deliver, or did it flop?

Toukiden The Age Of Demons