Summary: We're not sure what took so long for Tokyo Jungle to be localized ( we first played it at the 2010 Tokyo Game Show ), but it's finally here and it's every bit as silly and hilarious as we had hoped it would be.
Excerpt: Who does not like cute dogs and adorable kittens? Surely, everybody does, but in Tokyo jungle you will see them doing not-so-cute tasks. Tokyo Jungle is a different yet creative game. If I had to define it, I would say is a combat-rpg-strategy game with a little bit of platforming.
Summary: A very unique experience, even though it did make me think of Metal Gear Solid at times. I’m glad it came out and I’m glad I played it. If you are up for something new, you could do a lot worse.
Excerpt: Tokyo Jungle is one of those titles that fuel the preconception that Japanese games trend towards the bizarre. Animals battle for territory, food and their lives in a post-human Tokyo. Lions scheme with hyenas to overthrow a rival pride.
Excerpt: I won’t lie: I was really looking forward to Tokyo Jungle coming out. A big part of the appeal came from the absolutely bonkers premise — a variety of all creatures great and small (also, dinosaurs) battle for supremacy across a ruined Tokyo abandoned by the humans — but it also sounded like it...
Review: "Tokyo Jungle" Is One Of The Best PS3 Games You Haven't Played Yet
4 October 2012
Excerpt: Sitting at the dog park, watching my 22-pound mutt roll around with all the other lovable little idiots, I occasionally wonder what would happen if my fellow humans and I suddenly disappeared. Would he ever escape this chain-link arena? Would he try to make it back home?
Excerpt: Even though I've been into gaming all my life the differences between the Eastern and Western demographics still astound me sometimes. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the release of Tokyo Jungle .