Tokyo Majin Gakuen Gehōchō: Keppūroku

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Tokyo Majin Gakuen Gehōchō: Keppūroku
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Game cover
Developer(s) Marvelous Entertainment
Publisher(s) Marvelous Entertainment
Series Tokyo Majin Gakuen
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
  • JP: August 12, 2004
Genre(s) Role-playing video game
Mode(s) Single-player

Tokyo Majin Gakuen Gehōchō: Keppūroku (東京魔人學園外法帖血風録), is a video game upgrade of Tokyo Majin Gakuen Gehōchō (東京魔人學園外法帖) (2002) re-released for the PlayStation 2 platform in 2004. [1] The remake released with a companion book on Norse Mythology and character information.


The game is based on the Tokyo Majin Gakuen franchise. Like all of the other video games in the series, it was never released outside Japan.


Players can join either the forces of Light or the forces of Shadow. Once the game is completed, players can unlock a third group to align themselves with. Beside participating in conflicts among various Japanese political and demonic organizations, you also come into contact with the gods from Nordic mythology, including Odin, Freia, Loki who are concerned about events in the Far East.

As with the tradition of Tokyo Majin games, this is an adventure/strategy RPG hybrid. In adventure mode, players interacts with characters for answers. Affecting the answers and overall story progression are nine "emotions": love, friendship, joy, agreement, sorrow, anger, indecision, scorn, and ignorance. In battle mode, the party fights on isometric battle screens, moving around the battlefield and attacking when enemies are in range.


In the Bakumatsu era in 1860s feudal Japan, the dynasty of Tokugawa shōguns are continuously attacked by rebel groups that wish to end the shōguns and restore the Empire. Young people all over Japan united into different clans and organizations, wishing to conquer the power in the capital city Edo. At this time, divine and demonic creatures also started gaining power under the leadership of Tenkai Kodzunu. The hero is Tatsuto Hiyuu, an ancestor of Tatsuma Hiyuu, the main hero of earlier Tokyo Majin games. This also applies to all the other characters in the game as they are ancestors of the respective characters in the Keppūroku game.



Dragon Flash group

More than 4 people is not involved in the story progression, it has been fixed as the ally character of "yang" hen "evil" Hen.

Subsequent characters may may not result in companion by actions of the player.

'Takeryu' (Ken Voice: Makoto Aoki) was born January 1, an ancestor of Benii Takeshi. But weak fireworks of care is usually, but changed to a strong personality that to disguise the Benikage.

'Jurota' (Jurota-Voice: Eiji Sekiguchi) was born February 2, an ancestor of Hayato Kurosaki. Impatient personality courier of usually Western rash. He is not the same as usual even if disguised as a black shadow.

'Kanon' (Canon Voice: Fumino Imaizumi) March 3 born in the ancestor of Momoka Hongo. It usually but apprenticed daughter of the countryside smell shy to teahouse, with a "force" that can communicate the intention with the plant. Accent is eliminated by disguise to Momokage, it changes to sophisticated impression. Each Yadoboshi • The Isamuhoshi-Joboshi-Chee Sing.

Demon road crowd

More than 4 people is not involved in the story progression, it has been fixed as the ally character of "shadow" hen "evil" Hen.

Subsequent characters may may not result in companion by actions of the player.


Enemy characters

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  1. "Rate the game Tokyo Majin Gakuen Gehouchou: Keppuuroku". Archived from the original on 2007-10-30.