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Tokyo Jungle- PS3

Tokyo Jungle- PS3
alaScore 87

23 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews of Tokyo Jungle- PS3. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the price, whereas there are some critical views about the graphics. There are some mixed opinions about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Tokyo Jungle- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 23 reviews)

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Tokyo Jungle Playtest: It’s A Dog Eat Dog World, Literally

 

What was once a bustling city packed with people is now replaced by the animal kingdom. What happened?

While Tokyo Jungle isn’t exactly high-end PS3 graphics material, or anywhere near that, it doesn’t take away anything from this truly bizarre yet unique gaming experience. The soundtrack may seem non-existant for the most part but it really compliments...

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Tokyo Jungle Review

 

Tokyo Jungle's great concept and good sense of humor end up being little more than lipstick on a pig.

Novel concept that leads to plenty of laughs ; Lively, sometimes surprising world

Shallow stealth mechanics and combat ; Repetitive structure ; Unattractive visuals and grating music

As you roam the streets of Tokyo, you encounter a variety of other animals, some of which you can probably easily kill, and others you're better off trying to avoid. Combat is shallow. When an animal doesn't know you're there, an icon appears...

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Tokyo Jungle Review: When Pomeranians Ruled the Earth

 

A fantastic arcade experience wrapped in ample layers of strange.

IfTokyoJungle asked me to insert aquarter every time my critter gotchomped, I'd gladly empty my pockets. It's strange that a PS3 game in2012 is able to deliver the closest thing I've had to a pure arcadeexperience in well over a decade. The PSN...

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Tokyo Jungle Review

 

Quirky and comical, Tokyo Jungle is a surprisingly deep and entertaining experience PlayStation gamers owe it to themselves to play.

My expectations for Tokyo Jungle weren’t high, but when I started playing, I quickly realized a marked error in my preliminary judgment. Tokyo Jungle might be bizarre, different and even a little bit whacky, but it’s also a lot of fun. It’s a truly...

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Tokyo Jungle Review

 

Pick your predator or guide your grazer in Tokyo Jungle, where it truly is survival of the fittest.

As indicated in the rating description below, the overall score is not an average. I can't give much for the graphics and sound, yet once you start playing Tokyo Jungle you likely won't care about the technical shortcomings. It's a quirky take on the...

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Tokyo Jungle Review

 

Sony's latest downloadable effort impresses, but is it the king of the jungle? Our review inside.

Simple controls ; Great value ; Boss fights are challenging ; Loot feature

Having to start over constantly ; No online play ; Sometimes tedious and frustrating

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Tokyo Jungle Review

 

Tokyo Jungle's great concept and good sense of humor end up being little more than lipstick on a pig.

Novel concept that leads to plenty of laughs ; Lively, sometimes surprising world

Shallow stealth mechanics and combat ; Repetitive structure ; Unattractive visuals and grating music

As you roam the streets of Tokyo, you encounter a variety of other animals, some of which you can probably easily kill, and others you're better off trying to avoid. Combat is shallow. When an animal doesn't know you're there, an icon appears...

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Tokyo Jungle Review

 

For all its rough edges, Tokyo Jungle is one of the year’s most exciting games, a work of such originality and clear vision that you end up sort of hoping that a sequel never gets greenlit...

It’s absolutely daft; Full of incredible David vs. Goliath moments; Extremely addictive; Story mode is pretty funny; Deeper than it appears at first; The heartbreak of Permadeath Pomeranians

The graphics will turn some people off (they shouldn’t); A lot of the animals are only available as DLC; Some of the objectives are kind of crummy ; Combat is rarely super satisfying; Maaaaybe it’s not everyone’s cup of tea (but you should try it...

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Tokyo Jungle

 

Embody everything from a Pomeranian to an Elephant to find out who rules the Tokyo Jungle. My money is on..

For about $25 it’s worth a look, and you may even find something strangely addictive; despite the flaws, there’s still fun to be had due to how different the game is, and if you like leaderboards and besting your previous score, then the lack of...

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Tokyo Jungle

 

Tokyo Jungle should be praised for its originality, even though it isn't a consistently engaging experience.

Huge menagerie of animals to play with and compete against ; A real challenge to survive

Annoying Story mode ; Some questionable design decisions

In the end, Tokyo Jungle should be praised for its originality, even though it isn't a consistently engaging experience. If you're willing to suffer the slog of survival through testing environments and even more testing game design you'll be rewarded...

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