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Tokyo Jungle
10.05.2012
11:07 am
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Bunny in for the kill… and the lion goes down! Hahaha.

10.05.2012
11:44 am
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repetitive. Yeah i can see that many games with great concepts get repeaty after a while check out most of the classic Sim games. Sure building a city is fun, maintaining it gets old.

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10.07.2012
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graphics look horrific, just wonder if it would be fun over a period of time, the multi player sounds awful

10.10.2012
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I've been addicted to this game and I'm not sure why. I think the variety of animals you can use to test your luck in the same environments and see how far you can live reminds me of old school games that just wanted you to get high scores.

The graphics are decent, not horrific by any means. There is a very short story mode meant more so to direct and tutor you. The gameplay can get a bit repetitive if you use the same animal and I can imagine once you've tried them all it loses its appeal but so far I'd say it's well worth the $12 I spent on it.

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