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Tokyo Jungle Previews - PS3

Tokyo Jungle
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  • Genre:Action, Platformer
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  • Release Date:Sep 25, 2012
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Suggestive Themes, Violence, Blood, Crude Humor)
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Game Description: This weirdo Japanese release pits animal against animal in a dystopian future Tokyo. Tongue-in-cheek action for days.
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    Tokyo Jungle should satisfy anyone's craving for only-in-Japan eccentricity. The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic, human-free Tokyo where wild and domestic animals have to hunt each other to survive.

    Posted: Sep 20, 2010


  • Tokyo Jungle Video Review

    Posted: October 8, 2012

    2,775 Views | 02:02

  • Tokyo Jungle Release Trailer

    Posted: September 12, 2012

    1,914 Views | 01:51

  • Tokyo Jungle Gamescom 2012 Trailer

    Posted: August 14, 2012

    1,864 Views | 02:04

 


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