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Submitted by lars2thev 1002d ago | review

Tokyo Jungle Review | Nieuwerwets.TV

In the near future, mankind has yet extinct, and the disaster of Fukushima has been forgotten. Ten years after humanity inexplicably been extinct, Tokyo became the territory of historical, exotic and domestic animals. It is important to reach the top of the food chain, otherwise it is literally eat or be eaten. (PS3, Sony Computer Entertainment, Tokyo Jungle) 4/5

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