Toukiden 2 adds new Oni Onuhouko, new characters

Meet Kaguya, Yakumo, and Kuon.

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu confirms a new Oni and group of characters set to appear in Koei Tecmo’s upcoming Toukiden 2.

Toukiden 2

Get the information below.

■ Oni

Onuhouko

A big Oni that lurks around areas such as the woods. Its insect-like body is covered in a hard outer shell, and when it finds its prey makes the best of its many legs to quickly draw nearer and attack with the the sharp nails on both of its arms.

■ Characters

Kaguya

The Sacred Shrine Maiden who protects Mahoroba Village. As one of the few with the ability to protect the village by erecting a barrier, she is treated with great care. She herself is constrained and goes out seeking freedom in secret.

Yakumo

Weapon: Pair of swords. He is captain of the imperial guards that protects the Sacred Shrine Maiden. He has vowed his absolute loyalty to Kaguya.

Kuon

A Shrine Maiden dedicated to appeasing the Mitama. She has a cheerful personality and doesn’t discriminate against anyone. She runs a small restaurant for fun and profit.

Toukiden 2 is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita on June 30 in Japan.

Thanks, Famitsu and Hachima Kikou.

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