Cheats and Walkthroughs
When we saw the trailers for strange Japanese animal-survival game Tokyo Jungle, we were charmed. How could a game based on cute animals surviving in a post apocalyptic wasteland be anything but great? But sadly, Tokyo Jungle works in theory, but in practice, it's pretty meh. According to Leah "Fluffy Bunny" Jackson, Tokyo Jungle is average, and often frustrating.
Here's a little bit of Leah's frustration, from her Tokyo Jungle review:
Every time you want to save your game in Tokyo Jungle you have to go to a new part of the city and mark your territory several times in predetermined areas. This in and of itself is annoying, but what further adds to the frustration is that since the game randomly generates enemies for you to kill, sometimes surviving long enough to get to a save can be a trying exercise in patience. One time I was trying to save my game and easily took out a pack of hyena guarding the area, while another time when I wanted to save my game in the same exact area I was assaulted by velociraptors! What the hell were raptors doing there?!
Read the rest of our Tokyo Jungle review.