Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters for PlayStation 3

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters

Mar 10, 2015

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Toybox Inc.
Content Rating: Teen


One day, a transfer student arrives at Kurenai Academy in Shinjuku. During a tour of the school with the class president, Sayuri Mifune, they spot a ghost – a girl in a white dress. Moments later, an evil ghost in a red coat appears and attacks them. His classmate Masamune Shiga shows up with a mysterious woman named Chizuru Fukurai and, with the help of the new student, they exorcise the ghost. After the battle, Fukurai explains: “I’m the CEO of a company called Gate Keepers, Inc. We receive inquiries from people to defeat evil ghosts.” Shiga works part time for her. She tells the transfer student that he has the ability to sense ghosts, and invites him to join Gate Keepers. He accepts.

This is how the transfer student – you – starts life at Gate Keepers. That moment marks the start of his life-or-death battles against the ghosts that lurk in the darkness of Tokyo.

Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
KimMar 26, 2015
Overall, Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters provides a refreshing experience for those looking for something a bit off the beaten path. If you enjoy a good story, with a bit of humour and strategy thrown in for good measure, then definitely give it a go. The well thought out characters, story and music all help to keep the game engaging, but the annoying battle system and strange choice of dialogue mechanics hold the title back from being as good as it could have been.
Erren VanDuineMar 11, 2015
Despite its unconventional and sometimes frustrating RPG segments, Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is a game I can easily recommend to visual novel fans and just fans looking for a unique story alike. The colorful cast of characters and TV show-like structure allow for the game to be taken in in quick little bites — which is perfect for those who don’t have the time to power through a long, drawn out narrative. Of course, the battle system might not be for everyone but once you get the hang of it, it isn’t so bad — if anything I applaud it for being so unique.
Drew LeachmanMar 11, 2015
While not inherently bad, Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters doesn’t really stand out from the pack. It has very shallow visual novel aspects and an arbitrary response system that makes almost no sense. The combat is where most of the play time will be spent, and while simple in look and feel, it can get very complicated when it comes to planning and managing your party members.

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