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Tokyo Jungle dated in the west

Sony's latest super weird PlayStation 3 game, Tokyo Jungle, is dated for Europe and North America.

Released earlier this summer in Japan, Tokyo Jungle takes place in a post-apocalyptic Toyko, which is mysteriously devoid of people but packed to the brim with dogs and cats and elephants. As you play as various animals, you gradually find hints about what caused the humans to disappear.

Too weird for the West? Maybe. That's why this retail game is being released in the West as a $14.99 download. North America gets it on September 25th and Europe gets it the following day.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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