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Submitted by aprea 828d ago | opinion piece

Tokyo Jungle: The Ascent of Man

In Tokyo Jungle, humans have disappeared, allowing nature to once again reign supreme. Civilisation as we know it is all but dead. Though we play Tokyo Jungle from the animals’ perspective, the struggles that we face are no different from a humans’, the same struggles we faced as we wandered out of Africa to colonize the world. (PS3, Tokyo Jungle)

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