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Submitted by CGMagazine 1146d ago | review

CGM Reviews: Tokyo Jungle

It accomplishes this through a simple premise. In Tokyo Jungle humanity has mysteriously vanished and the previously bustling streets of the Japanese capitol are now empty except for the animals that were previously confined to homes and zoos. Players are tossed into the game without any explanation as to what befell Tokyo and, by collecting "Archive" notes (small excepts from pre-disaster newspaper reports, diaries, etc.), come to uncover what turns out to be a fantastically absurd spin on post-apocalyptic genre conventions. (PS3, Tokyo Jungle) 82/100

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