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Submitted by Lionheart377 1063d ago | review

Tokyo Jungle Review | StickSkills

StickSkills said, "Trotting out of a narrow Tokyo alleyway, four Pomeranians make their way through the darkness searching for their next meal. To the left, a few rabbits sleep, unaware of the approaching danger. With a quick leap, one is dead, the other alerted and leaping away frantically. Sounds of chaos unfortunately alert a nearby pack of wolves, against whom the pack of tiny canines stand no chance. They find themselves fleeing as the rabbit did, and for two blocks they succeed, only to be jumped by an unnoticed tiger. One by one the Pomeranians are easily dispatched, and I have to start all over again, my bloodline lost. This is the absurdity of Tokyo Jungle." (PS3, Tokyo Jungle) 3.5/5

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