Togainu no Chi

Togainu no Chi

After being devastated in the third World War (known as The Third Division), Japan was divided in two. Several years after the end of the war, a crime organization called Vischio has taken control of the destroyed city of Toshima (formerly Tokyo, Japan’s capital city), where they are holding a battle game known as “Igura”. The game’s main character, a young man named Akira, is falsely accused of a crime. Once arrested, a mysterious woman appears before him, offering him freedom if he agrees to participate in Igura and defeat Igura’s strongest man: the king, or “Il re”. The story follows Akira’s life in the harsh, lawless Toshima as he fights both to survive and to unravel the mysteries developing around him.





72 Responses to “Togainu no Chi”

  1. Kim says:

    I have just installed the game and followed all the instructions, but it comes up with a japanese message about adminstrator. I have tried running the program as administrator but it does not work. Please help!

  2. KF727 says:

    so, installed the game and the patch just fine, I think. Though when I click the EXE it does nothing, nothing is running in the task manager and it won’t let me run it in JPN locale when I right click on the exe. I have win10 and my region is set to have non-unicode programs set to Japanese. Even if I click on the mounted image where I installed it and click game start, nothing happens, no indication that it was launched at all.

  3. For those having issues download the file from this site and extract it into the game folder. Then use it to open the game.

    • shemi says:

      I have the same problem. I had installed this game two years ago and it worked fine, but now I reinstalled it and exe is not responding. I remember that I had to change exe file with another exe to run the game but it’s nowhere to be found in the files I downloaded from here. Where can I find togainunochi.exe?

  4. alolimous says:

    Installed it just fine, but the EXE won’t run, even though I have Windows 7 and it’s running on Japanese locale. Did anybody find a solution for it?

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