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Submitted by ian86 647d ago | review

Tokyo Jungle Mobile [Review] | Shogun Gamer

Ian Fisher writes: Completely absurd in every possible way, Tokyo Jungle doesn’t lose too much of its charm in the switch from the PS3 to mobile platforms. Despite the newfound 2D style and grid navigation/attack system taking some time to get used to, the game still has the same innate charm and addicting gameplay that made the original so appealing. (Android, PS Vita, Tokyo Jungle) 8/10

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