Summary: Eh. Its a fun game. It might get repetitive sometimes, but it is fun playing as different animals and doing different objectives. Might be worth it to buy it on psn, but i like a physical copy. Perfect for me.
Summary: Tokyo Jungle is a niche title if there ever was one. its graphics are early PS2, the sound is early PS1, and I feel personally that its over priced. The controls are simple and easy and they suffice for what is required which is basic survival in a world devoid of humans.
Summary: A survival game with a unique concept, "Tokyo Jungle" is set in a future devoid of humans, where nature has reclaimed the urban center of Tokyo. "Tokyo Jungle" is a game where you play as an animal - carnivore or herbivore - in the overgrown, overrun city of Tokyo.
Welcome to the Jungle (sorry, I was born without an imagination)
Jacob Kessinger, 1UP
17 October 2012
Excerpt: The PlayStation 3 hasn’t seen the same localization of strange Japanese titles that its predecessors have, but developer Crispy’s has returned a measure of wackiness to Sony’s premier console with the release of “Tokyo Jungle” on the PlayStation Network.
Summary: Ah, the K.I.S.S. approach to gaming (Keep It Simple Stupid. Not the band). Will you be playing "Tokyo Jungle" an hour after the novelty of its post-apocalypse, "12 Monkeys" animal setting wears off? Probably not.
Summary: It's an OK game that you will ponder and embrace for only a little time. Interesting gameplay mechanics, nice "stoyline" for each animal but also containing embarrassingly dull and old graphics with strange controls and just plain weird story.
Summary: I was like "Oh, man ! Sony will release a crap again!?" before I played this title, even though I am a Japanese. But this is... holy crap! I was totally addicted to this game, it is hard to know when I should stop.