The game includes some suggestive material: a scene depicting female characters scolding a male character for interrupting their bath (e.g., “Here to get an eyeful? Not something I can condone.”); a snake demon depicted with bare breasts (without nipples/detail). The game also contains several alcohol references in the dialogue (e.g., “[K]ichi was discriminated against…causing her to turn to alcohol;” “Ibuki, you smell of alcohol. Are you drunk?” “He was a lover of wine…”).
Otherwise, Toukiden Kiwami is pretty standard when it comes to what to expect from a T-rated release. In battles, you will see blood splatter, colorful lighting effects and cries of pain. Occasionally, you will be able to dismember parts of a boss’ body. Check out the rest of the description below:
This is an action game in which players assume the role of an elite fighting force that battle demons in feudal Japan. From a third-person perspective, players engage in quests and use daggers, swords, spears, and bows to defeat demons and larger boss creatures in frenetic combat. Battles are accompanied by sword slashes, cries of pain, and colorful light effects. Large blood-splatter effects occur when demons are hit; some protracted boss battle sequences depict dismemberment of tentacles, limbs, and other appendages.
Toukiden Kiwami is releasing on the PlayStation 4 and Vita on the 31st of March. The home console version will have better graphics. With that said, there is cross-save and cross-platform play between the two versions. If you haven’t already, the game is available for preorder with this page on Amazon.