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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:01pm 17/09/12 | 1 Comments
In a year full of sequels and reboots, it's always refreshing to see something original emerge and make an impact, albeit slight.

This is the case with Tokyo Jungle for the PS3, a game that pits you as animals in a post-apocalyptic urban jungle where humans are long gone and animals once more rule the roost.

James "Jickle" O'Connor entered the fur of some of these beasts for review duties for us, and despite the game's awkward look and feel, strode away happy with his unique gaming experience.

Click here for his full review.



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skythra
Posted 01:32pm 17/9/12
So far playing as the chicken, or the salaryman has been the best fun for my viewing entertainment.
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