PRESS RELEASE: Tecmo Koei Europe Releases Toukiden-Soul Sacrifice Crossover Missions

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

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TOUKIDEN: THE AGE OF DEMONS meets SOUL SACRIFICE in new cross-over missions on PLAYSTATION VITA

Hertfordshire – March 26, 2014 – TECMO KOEI Europe is thrilled to announce a cross over collaboration between critically acclaimed tactical action title, TOUKIDEN: THE AGE OF DEMONS, and fan favourite action adventure SOUL SACRIFICE.

Toukiden players will be able to test their skills in two new multiplayer missions featuring one of the most feared monsters in the Soul Sacrifice universe: the three-headed guardian Cerberus . These two missions, entitled “Hell’s Guard Dog” and “Dogs of War”, can be accessed via the Portal Stone and multiplayer lobbies. Due to their difficulty they are only recommended for slayer groups of some level and skill, with well upgraded equipment!

In addition players will be able to roam the battlefields dressed up in a new piece of armour as the Noble Raiment’s from Soul Sacrifice will be available via PSN on the 26th of March.

Both missions and the new armour will be offered free of charge via the PlayStation Network store.

To keep updated on Toukiden: The Age of Demons news please follow us on: www.facebook.com/koeigames and follow our blog at www.toukiden.eu


Check out our impressions of the Toukiden-Soul Sacrifice DLC as well as our review of Toukiden.

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