Summary: Tokyo Jungle is a game that flew pretty under-the-radar, probably due to being a PS3 exclusive, but a game that deserved more attention than it got. Simply put, you play as an animal (there are many different species to work your way through) trying to survive post-apocalyptic Tokyo, picking up clues to where the people went. That is pretty much the entire story mode, and it is undoubtedly a pretty poor campaign mode.
Summary: tokyo jungle is a very unique game, you play as an animal in small area of tokyo that all humans have left, you remember the show life after people? well that is this. you can be an herbivore or carnivore, what you are determines how you play, herbivores can jump higher, and get food from plants, they also level up faster on average. herbivores are weak though and die fast but mates produce lots of children(which are like lives in the game)...
Summary: i love this game it gets very addictive when you start out its really hard but as you create more generations with the animal of your choice it gets easier and easier a con would be that you have to play survival mode to unlock story parts you always start as a pomeranian though
Tokyo Jungle (PS3): Pomeranians, dinosaurs and robots all in one place? Sure!
21 September 2013
Summary: Ellie Gibson, writing for Eurogamer, gave Tokyo Jungle a 9/10, describing it as "basically Grand Theft Auto with lions." and calling it "a celebration of classic games, with their ridiculous plots, repetitive tasks, excessive violence and all. It pulls off the impressive and nigh-on impossible trick of being an original homage. Also it lets you set a giraffe on a bear. I only happened upon this title by chance by browsing the internet.
Pros: truely unique, adictive, imaginative and fun to play
Cons: A little bit scientifically inaccurate, would have loved an expansion pack