Summary: This game is in many ways like a classic arcade game. You don't play to beat it you play to increase your mastery and better your high scores. The principle is simple enough, and if playing as a wild dog or angry ostrich doesn't capture you with some curiosity, nothing I say here will change your mind. The couch co op won my wife over and we often play together.
Summary: I bought this game for my 21 year old nephew for Christmas. It comes from Japan directly, so if you are interested in buying it as a gift, be sure to order it way ahead of time. He loves it and is playing it all the time while he is home from college during his college Christmas Break.
Summary: At a first glance it may seem like a stupid idea for a game or a zoo tycoon knock off but this game is definitely original. Its very addictive and fun to play with a friend. My only complaint is that its local multi-player only. Never thought id have so much fun being a cat and killing everything in sight!
Summary: This game was better than i thought it was going to be in every way. It's free roam, animal simulator, with RPG elements. a simple concept, executed perfect. Controls are spot on. borderline arcade-ish in a way, but perfect. It feels like a DreamCast game and maybe that's why i love it. Bright Graphics, Clear. The focus tho, is on the concept. Every time you play is a new game in survival mode 1-2 players offline. and there is also a story mode.
Ever want to see a deer launch a chicken 20 feet in the sky?
Armando N. Roman, Amazon
15 October 2012
Summary: Tokyo Jungle had my money as soon as I saw the trailer for it. I didn't even need to see what the pros and cons of the game were, as the concept of the game was more than enough for me. All of the humans have vanished, and animals have taken over Tokyo, where the law of the jungle works in the big city. Pomeranians, deer, sheep, rabbits, porcupines, ostriches, giraffes, elephants, and even dinosaurs prowl the streets.