You've got to give Japan one thing, they know how to make action titles where the player battles giant of all kinds. That's not even a genre to North American developers yet! Luckily these games are getting localized so everyone can experience Japan's talent in this regard. Case in point, Toukiden: Age of Demons. This one's about fighting giant Oni demons as a samurai. Just announced, Toukiden's release date will be February 11.
Just in case you are wondering how Japanese Toukiden is, please read this:
"Set against a backdrop inspired by various historical periods of Japan, Toukiden: The Age of Demons tells the tale of humanity’s last stand for survival. When monstrous demons (Oni) of varying strength and size invaded the world through cracks in space and time and started attacking humans, the only opposition came from the Slayers, a caste that has always secretly protected mankind from their murderous intent.
Eight years after the time warp and Oni appeared, a brave young Slayer embarks on a journey to thin the numbers of the enemy and help humanity survive. Players take the role of this young warrior and can fully customize their characters, weapons and armor and form a group of hunters to take down the destructive Oni."
Oh yeah, it doesn't get more Japan than that. Despite the jokes, Toukiden is actually supposed to be extremely popular in Japan where the Vita is actually doing quite well. In fact, you might even call it one of the Vita's top sellers. Usually that means it's pretty good or based off of some anime or something. Hopefully this one's just really great!
Pick up Toukiden on Vita in North America starting February 11 or in Europe February 14.