Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs

One day, you arrive at Kurenai Academy in Shinjuku. You’re a completely ordinary student, and one of your new classmates gazes at you – Masamune Shiga.

The class president, Sayuri Mifune, gives you a tour of the school, during which you spot what appears to be a ghost wearing a summer dress. You investigate the area, when you suddenly encounter an evil spirit that’s been haunting the academy.

The ghost is wearing a red coat, and he quickly attacks! You’re rescued by your classmate, Masamune, and a mysterious woman…

You team up with Masamune and the woman to exorcise the murderous red-coated spirit. After the battle, the woman tells you exactly who she is. She explains that she runs a company which takes on requests from citizens to exterminate ghosts like this one. Her name is Chizuru Fukurai, and she invites you to join her company – Gate Keepers. You decide to accept her offer.

And this is how your new life as a member of Gate Keepers begins. It also signals the beginning of the life-or-death battle against the evil spirits lurking within the darkness of Tokyo…




4 Responses to “Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs”

  1. KN_Lolicon says:

    Yea first…… not sure about downloading this game….. looks kinda good. pretty similar to Kamidori from what i saw in steam but i heard they barely explain the game mechanics and its hard to farm. plus its a whole 3.5gb means alot of story line. Heck i will give it a try when i have the chance. Thanks admin

  2. LoveThisGame says:

    OMG, it was so great yet it’s so unpopular :/

  3. Ann says:

    Could somebody give me advice, what I have to press in keyboard for: 1) Saving and loading; 2) Exitting from the title screen; 3) Calling a menu (when in Adventure Mode). Because instruction from Steam does not have advices for this.

  4. Ann says:

    Could somebody give me advice, what I have to press in keyboard for: 1) Saving and loading (when in Adventure Mode); 2) Exitting from the title screen; 3) Calling a menu (when in Adventure Mode).
    Because instruction from Steam does not have advices for this.

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