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Togainu no Chi -Lost Blood-

(1 customer review)

In a ruined world, seeds of new chaos.
In the years following a third world war, a devastated Japan is divided between two rival factions with no hope for reconstruction in sight. Caught between East and West, Tokyo has degenerated into a brutal, crime-ridden wasteland.
Like many of those reaching adulthood in this dark new world, a young man named Akira seeks some kind of meaning in the violent street fighting contest Bl@ster. But even as he rises up the rankings, he feels almost nothing. Is this all there is?
In Toshima, a district of Tokyo ruled by the mysterious syndicate Vischio, the blood sport Igra makes Bl@ster look like child’s play. Competitors have the chance to win control of a drug empire worth more than in their wildest dreams, but losing about means losing your life.
When Akira is arrested for a crime he didn’t commit, a strange woman appears with an even stranger offer: he can regain his freedom if he fights his way to the top of Igra and destroys Vischio from within.
What dangers and revelations await Akira on Toshima’s pitiless streets? Is he strong enough to survive them?

Japanese Title


English PublisherJAST BLUE
Where to BuyJAST BLUE

1 review for Togainu no Chi -Lost Blood-

  1. Phya

    Classics are great titles that withstand the test of time and Togainu is a shining example of just that. While some of the 3D backgrounds may look dated(and I grew used to), everything else stands strong even in today’s market.
    Being the first Nitro+Chiral title it is what you would expect. Its  setting is dark with a city filled by violence and drugs which is never truly safe. While very extreme, it helped connect with even the often indifferent Akira. I got truly immersed in the world, story and heavily invested in the characters.
    There are 5 characters and 3 of them only have one route attached to them. While this sucks if you want multiple endings, it means that the gruesome bad endings that might come to mind when thinking of the studio aren’t present. There is only one ending that has such content and they are kind enough to provide just a literal blink and you miss it CG.
    R18 content is in every route but I wouldn’t say any of them are connected to the actual plot. If you are needing to play the censored version, you wouldn’t be missing out on any of the story in this particular title. Due to the nature of the setting however, there are heavy references to and instances of r*** throughout. I would even avoid the base version of the game if this is a trigger for you.
    Speaking of censored, I’m amazed that the R18 version has managed to be released completely uncensored for the west. I don’t know if they had the original files or had to redraw due to age, but the work is greatly appreciated.
    Unforgettable plot with an end song that lives in my brain rent free. Keisuke is best boy.

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