Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters for PS Vita
PS Vita

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters

Mar 10, 2015
299th of 870

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

8 Reviews
Brittany VincentMay 09, 2015
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is certainly one of the most unique titles the Vita has seen or will see by far, and while it can take an astronomical amount of getting used to, it's absolutely worth investing time in. What other game is going to let you bite someone's nose in error when you meant to make a friendly gesture? I rest my case.
ShizukaMay 04, 2015
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is a nice addition to the Vita’s library, and is different from most games that are being released for the system lately - just don’t expect to be too impressed; ghosts exist, and middling games as well.
Marcus EstradaMar 04, 2015
Those who adore digging deep into strategy games may enjoy the odd challenge, or find themselves completely mortified over how much luck is involved in every fight. Gamers in general are likely to find the experience feels strangely cheap. From the weirdly modified real photo backdrops to lack of in-game explanation for many different components, it’s hard to feel this product deserves any special recognition. It’s just not particularly fun.

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