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Submitted by ShadowKingpin 898d ago | news

Tokyo Jungle coming to North America & Europe

"For a while, no one had any idea if Sony were planning to release the game outside of Japan. The excellent news is finally here! Sony has confirmed that “Tokyo Jungle” will be releasing in the US & Europe! Sony VP of product development and worldwide studios Scott Rohde said, “It’ll ship here, it’ll ship everywhere.”-VVGtv (E3, PS3, Tokyo Jungle)

Knushwood Butt  +   898d ago
Good. It's awesome. There's even a trophy for mating.
FinaLXiii  +   898d ago
This is a PSN title right?
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ShadowKingpin  +   898d ago
Yep!
Tonester925  +   898d ago
This is the weirdest game that I want to play!
Hicken  +   898d ago
Definitely. I can't quite figure out what made them want to create this game, but I don't care. It's peculiar enough to make me want to play it.
Tonester925  +   897d ago
With a huge variety of animals that fight. Lol how many animals are they suppose to have?
DigitalRaptor  +   898d ago
Yes. Thank you.

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