Tokyo Jungle Will Cost Just $15 When It Releases In The U.S. Next Month

By Ishaan . August 20, 2012 . 10:05am

Sony have announced a release date for post-apocalyptic animal survival game, Tokyo Jungle, in North America and Europe. The game will be released over the PlayStation Network in September, and Sony showed a new trailer for the title off this morning:

 

 

Tokyo Jungle will be released in North America on September 25th and in Europe on September 26th. In the U.S. it will cost $15, while in Europe, you’ll be able to grab it for £9.99/€12.99.


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  • Michael Cadogan

    Wow. That’s pretty sweet. :D

  • SirRichard

    I was wondering where this went, glad to see they haven’t forgotten it. £10 seems like a steal for it, can’t wait.

  • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

    Awesome. That’s a pretty affordable price for a game with interesting premise and concepts.

  • Captain_Jiruo

    That’s the right price to make me consider buying it sooner rather then later but it’s out the same day as One Piece:Pirate Warriors and LBP Vita so it will probably wait. But I have a feeling it might end up being a “free” PS+ game so here’s hoping. ^_^

  • UUDDLRLR BASTART

    There is going to be a physical release, right?

    • Captain_Jiruo

      I’m 97% sure it will be download only in NA and EU.

      • Learii

        i agree with you on that

        • UUDDLRLR BASTART

          I guess I am importing this one then.

    • tridus

       At $15? Not a chance. There’s no way to make money with the massive overhead of a physical release. They’d need to jack the price up.

  • idrawrobots

    I had no idea this was even coming to the west! I will definitely be buying at that price I always thought this was a neat looking game. And super weird.

  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    Bear

  • tha_Chiller

    Lmao..no love for turtles? 

  • Bakuryukun

    Awww yeah, time to play as a Pomeranian. totally getting this day 1

  • Code

    Awesome, ever since it was announced for US/EU I’ve been waiting for a date >w<~! Really eager to play this, sort of feel like there's been a real lack of quirky titles on consoles this generation uwu

    • http://papped.webatu.com papped

       Trash Panic is another weird one worth getting

      • Code

        Funny you mention Trash Panic, me and Trash Panic have a history >3A<;; That game sorely needed saving between stages TT﹏TT But it still hits a soft spot for me because there really isn't anything else like it uwu

        • http://papped.webatu.com papped

          Yeah stage 5 makes me want to break stuff, then having to beat 1-4 to get to 5 to try again…

          Other than that it’s one of the most addictive puzzle games I’ve played.

          • Code

            Yeah it’s mean addictive >___<… which is why I have to be careful around it~

  • Spider-Man

    So damn hype! 

  • http://twitter.com/matty_125 matty

    That’s cool. Will the DLC that was released in Japan be avaiable here, too? I want to be the salaryman 
    http://youtu.be/zpQyR_V7emM

  • Solomon_Kano

    I forgot we were getting this at all, so getting it for just $15 bucks sounds amazing.

  • Hoshi星

    But…I…I wanted that pomeranian boxart :(

    Hopefully Sony will release a “Collector’s edition ” à la Flow/Flower/Journey and put Rain, Puppeteer and Tokyo Jungle all in together in the years to come.

    Anyway, 15$ is such a steal. Consider it D1P!

  • Nozomi

    I’m usually against purchasing DLC games for myself, but a $15 DL game over a $60 retail game is a steal in this situation, especially as it is a full game.

    • http://papped.webatu.com papped

      I’m just happy it’s getting released locally

  • Visa Vang

    ANIMALS VS RUIN CITIES!!

    I get. I’ve been wanting to play this since I went on PSN Japan and downloaded a trailer of it. It great seeing Japanese games in their Japanese PSN being localized and released in PSN NA.

  • brian yep

    That was disappointing.
    Ah well.

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