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Submitted by capitalK 972d ago | news

Toukiden, Omega Force’s PSP/Vita Game, Is About Killing Giant Demons

Siliconera: At the Tokyo PlayStation press conference, Sony announced Toukiden from Tecmo Koei and Dynasty Warriors developer Omega Force with a teaser trailer. (PS Vita, PSP, Toukiden)

RustedMan  +   972d ago
Demons always need killing. It's a fact.
DivineAssault  +   972d ago
Another new IP for the PS library.. I would love to see gameplay.. Crushing, going through, & slicing giant demons is right up my alley.. Keep the new games coming sony..

One day ppl will realize why vita is so great & the best handheld ever created.. Since mario land & mario kart already released, theres only a handful more IPs they have left to recycle & it will have peaked.. Vita hasnt even began with its renowned franchises other than Uncharted so 9.5 yrs left of more new games to be made
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