Toukiden: Kiwami

Toukiden: Kiwami

Ahh good ol' port ‘problems’.

Keyboard controls and keybinding

For those of you familliar with rebinding keys in the days of PPSSPP/PCSX2 and/or playing ports like DMC3SE on PC with just a keyboard, rest assured - you’ll feel right at home with this game.

For those unwilling to re-map their brains to memorize that left shift is L1 and spacebar is R1 and so on, for your own sanity, stay away. Stay FAR away from ANY game that was ported from a non-PC platform to PC. Also, stay away the ported game’s guides/walkthroughs/tutorials, because they’re all gonna probably be referencing the controller keys instead of the keyboard keys too.

Real player with 149.0 hrs in game

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Edit_01: Jan 13, 2016

I’ve played enough time to give it a fair review.

I’ve been wanting this game for months before its release on steam, and when it came out, I didn’t buy it immediately. I pretty much guessed it will be buggy and pricey. so I grabbed it 6 months later after patches were made. at 50% off.

Buy this game if:

+You like Japanese setting

+You like monster hunter

Do not buy this game if:

-You don’t have controller

-You only have low end PCs

-You don’t want 30fps-lock

-You expect an English voice over

Real player with 104.9 hrs in game

Toukiden: Kiwami on Steam



Rise to the challenge and join the hunt! In Monster Hunter Rise, the latest installment in the award-winning and top-selling Monster Hunter series, you’ll become a hunter, explore brand new maps and use a variety of weapons to take down fearsome monsters as part of an all-new storyline. The PC release also comes packed with a number of additional visual and performance enhancing optimizations.

Ferocious monsters with unique ecologies

Hunt down a plethora of monsters with distinct behaviors and deadly ferocity. From classic returning monsters to all-new creatures inspired by Japanese folklore, including the flagship wyvern Magnamalo, you’ll need to think on your feet and master their unique tendencies if you hope to reap any of the rewards!

Choose your weapon and show your skills

Wield 14 different weapon types that offer unique gameplay styles, both up-close and from long range. Charge up and hit hard with the devastating Great Sword; dispatch monsters in style using the elegant Long Sword; become a deadly maelstrom of blades with the speedy Dual Blades; charge forth with the punishing Lance; or take aim from a distance with the Bow and Bowguns. These are just a few of the weapon types available in the game, meaning you’re sure to find the play style that suits you best.

Hunt, gather and craft your way to the top of the food chain

Each monster you hunt will provide materials that allow you to craft new weapons and armor and upgrade your existing gear. Go back out on the field and hunt even fiercer monsters and earn even better rewards! You can change your weapon at any of the Equipment Boxes any time, so the possibilities are limitless!

Hunt solo or team up to take monsters down

The Hunter Hub offers multiplayer quests where up to four players can team up to take on targets together. Difficulty scaling ensures that whether you go solo or hit the hunt as a full four-person squad, it’s always a fair fight.

Stunning visuals, unlocked framerate and other PC optimizations

Enjoy beautiful graphics at up 4K resolution, HDR with support for features including ultrawide monitors and an unlocked frame rate make to make this a truly immersive monster-hunting experience. Hunters will also get immediate access to a number of free title updates that include new monsters, quests, gear and more.

Enjoy an exciting new storyline set in Kamura Village

This serene locale is inhabited by a colorful cast of villagers who have long lived in fear of the Rampage - a catastrophic event where countless monsters attack the village all at once. 50 years after the last Rampage, you must work together with the villagers to face this trial.

Experience new hunting actions with the Wirebug

Wirebugs are an integral part of your hunter’s toolkit. The special silk they shoot out can be used to zip up walls and across maps, and can even be used to pull off special attacks unique to each of the 14 weapon types in the game.

Buddies are here to help

The Palico Felyne friends you already know and love from previous Monster Hunter adventures are joined by the brand new Palamute Canyne companions!

Wreak havoc by controlling monsters

Control raging monsters using Wyvern Riding and dish out massive damage to your targets!

Fend off hordes of monsters in The Rampage

Protect Kamura Village from hordes of monsters in an all-new quest type! Prepare for monster hunting on a scale like never before!

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Get a taste of the hunting action in Monster Hunter Rise with this demo, featuring five quests in total. Learn the ropes across two tutorial quests, then take on monsters in three hunting quests of increasing difficulty. Hunts can be played solo or with up to three other players.

Note: quests have been adapted for the demo and may differ slightly from the content in the full game.

In Monster Hunter Rise, the latest installment in the award-winning and top-selling Monster Hunter series, you’ll become a hunter, explore brand new maps and use a variety of weapons to take down fearsome monsters as part of an all-new storyline. The PC release also comes packed with a number of additional visual and performance enhancing optimizations.

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Redneck Deer Huntin'

Redneck Deer Huntin'

Not as good as the other RR Games but it’s cool and interesting to play


Real player with 15.4 hrs in game

For a game that is essentially a spinoff of the Redneck Rampage series, this game is an amazingly complete and realistic hunting simulator of supreme quality, especially for it’s time, aside lacking the need to hit specific parts of the animal for it to be edible, as you might expect from a 90s game on the build engine.

Red Neck Huntin' is an amazingly fun and satisfying game if you are the type of person like me who can appreciate a nice quiet relaxing game just once in a while, are a real-life hunting aficionado and/or have been hunting for real and found the experience to be at least slightly enjoyable as I did.

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Redneck Deer Huntin' on Steam

Hog Hunter 2021

Hog Hunter 2021

I’d recommend this game, it is a nice hunting game with some horror.

Your goal is simple hunt hogs however as you progress through the environment you’ll discover there is more to it.

The game does a good job with the immersion and the ambiance with the music and the retro artstyle which gives it an unsettling creepy vibe, with its fog and the ominous silence.

The controls are simple but effective.

It’s relatively short but it’s intended for a better experience and it’s free.

There are also four differents endings based on your approach of the game.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

moth interactive’s “hog hunter” (steam,2021) is certainly a game. these individuals in the reviews might have you believe that this is some silly game to “crank one’s hog” to. i downloaded this program in the hopes that i would have something silly and as the kids say “cringe”. in this regard, hog hunter (steam, 2021) was a disappointment.

what i came face to face with was a game that was an absolute masterpiece. i will be forever effected by the outcome of this great work of fiction. as someone who has played such games as ‘leenie boog demo’, and ‘riding club championships’, hog hunter (steam, 2021) left me feeling a bit out of my comfort zone, but i was warmly welcomed by the atmosphere and realistic hogs.

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Hog Hunter 2021 on Steam

Toukiden 2

Toukiden 2

TL;DR: Great gameplay and really cool gear and skill customization, but the game is bogged down by some glaring technical / interface issues. Get it on console if you can, as many of the issues are largely PC specific (practically unusable voicechat, no mouse support, not-great controller support, hackers, poor text chat.) Get it on PC only if the game is really appealing to you and you have no other way to play it. And if you’ve played Kiwami, you may want to skip this, because it’s $60 for what is basically a reskin of Kiwami with a few new weapons and abilities (and a bunch of Kiwami’s stuff actually taken AWAY, for that matter.)

Real player with 211.8 hrs in game

Let’s get to the short answer to the question “should I buy Toukiden 2?”

If you’re a fan of monster hunter games then it’s a good match. If you’re just curious about it, you’d better think twice.

It’s almost impossible to describe this game without mentioning Monster Hunter, but you should not go in expecting a similar experience. Here are a bunch of bullet point considerations in no particular order:

-The game community is tiny and therefore the amount of data available is miniscule, even compared to God Eater. If you can’t make your way around Japanese websites, you’re going to have a hard time figuring out how gear and weapons work.

Real player with 166.8 hrs in game

Toukiden 2 on Steam



After I’ve read a review comparing the game with Turok on nintendo 64, yes I played it too in the 90th, I thought it could be good fun. Indeed my son and I are not disappointed, 10 hours and ongoing says everything. Hunting dinos in VR is definitely topping the 2D gaming from the past, tried the old game again and decided that’s not working for us anymore. However, the scenery is beautiful, love the jungle, the little alien like monsters jumping out of their eggs reminding me much on mini “Aliens”, of course, and add great fun. Somehow one can’t stop playing unless you die. Re-spawning is sometimes tricky, stand still don’t move the headset or you easily hang in the glitch with no way out. Graphics are great but my 1060 GTX has a hard job to do. Not the games fault, just need to upgrade to a better card. That said, if you like great jungle landscape, dinos and aliens, sniper rifles and all kind of weapons which are getting better the more you play, then that’s the game for you. Devs, you have created a fantastic scenery and game, only wished the day and night cycles would be a little longer, both look stunning though.

Real player with 15.1 hrs in game

This is a quite nice survival adventure VR game. It is early access at the moment but was apparently forced out early by the publisher. It has quite nice atmosphere and gives the feeling of a mid Xbox-360 era game which I feel adds to it, this also makes the load times almost 0. Its a nice 5 hour long game overall.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

Xenociders on Steam

Dinosaur Hunting Patrol 3D Jurassic VR

Dinosaur Hunting Patrol 3D Jurassic VR

Does not work, don’t waste your money. Instructions are non-existent. Shows a circle to use to teleport but no way to actually teleport. No hint of objectives or game play, they expect you to just figure it out as you go. No guides. No discussion of any kind. Until now, no user reviews to let you know how bad it is.

If there is anyway to actually play this game there are no instructions to let you know how to do so.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Dinosaur Hunting Patrol 3D Jurassic VR on Steam

Hunting Unlimited™ 2008

Hunting Unlimited™ 2008

This is a long review for those who want to know all details of the game. Long story short, this is a very nostalgic open world classic where you can basically do whatever you want. You can hunt 8 different areas, all ranging around the world, and HU2010 even adds a few more. You can hunt the Southern Rockies: a hidden gem brimming with versatility, accommodating noob and seasoned hunters alike. The South Central Plains: where hunters wither under the sun every year in pursuit of game ranging from antelope to bison. The Central Rockies: a rugged hunter’s paradise blessed with gorgeous vistas and mighty trophy elk. The Southwest: where unforgiving cactus-covered valleys and ponderosa highlands molded America’s most elusive big game. The Upper Midwest: a highly sought after hunting ground where world class bucks roam these impenetrable forests and sprawling farmlands. The Pacific Northwest: another beginner hotspot for those seeking some of North America’s finest trophy game among luxuriant temperate rainforests. The Northern Rockies: a forlorn, cruel wilderness renowned for its untreaded peaks and untouched animal populations. And finally, Africa: a vast, scorched land with more trophy hunters than animals, all searching for exotic wonders like the portly kudu, cunning lion, and the colossal elephant.

Real player with 18.0 hrs in game

I grew up playing this game as a child, and it just brings back so much nostalgia playing this again! Sure the graphics and gameplay aren’t up to today’s standards, but back in my day, this was the stuff! Haha

Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

Hunting Unlimited™ 2008 on Steam

Big Buck Hunter Arcade

Big Buck Hunter Arcade

It’s a fun, but hard arcade shooter. The concept is simple shoot the bull, spare the cow and kill all the criters on the way. The levels only take a few seconds each and you have 3 main targets, if you hit the female the round is over instantly and maybe at the end you have to fight off a predator. I personally find the bonus levels more fun, because it’s just shoot everything.

I bought this game cheap and even then there is not much content overall, after around 1 hour I’ve seen everything including the DLC. It is fun and has a high replayability, but the price might not be worth it for most people with that little amount of content.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game


Before I even start with this review, I KNOW what’s coming…

“You’re just going off nostalgia”

I’d be lying if I said this doesn’t have a nostalgia factor but that’s not why it’s won me over.

So here’s the review: IT’S A HD PORT! What else can you really say? What can you actually say? It’s Big Buck Hunter.

  • Plays just like the arcade version

  • Runs smoothly

  • Achievements

  • Controller sensitivity is picky and the besst way to describe it is it’s like using a sensitive shower. You turn the knob, it’s hot one way, cold the other and there’s no perfect temperature, you get it just warm enough to deal with but that’s how it is with every port but this is on PC so you know… mouse! use it if you’re struggling with a controller.

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Big Buck Hunter Arcade on Steam