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Grand Theft Auto 3 PSN release confirmed for tomorrow

As suspected, Grand Theft Auto 3 is one of this week's PlayStation Network releases. The game first appeared on the Asia PlayStation site last week, scheduled to come to PSN on September 25, and lo, Sony made it so. Sony actually intended to release Rockstar's 2001 classic earlier this year, but...

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Snapshot: Tokyo Jungle (PS3)

There are so many games out there we couldn't possibly review them all. Welcome to Snapshot, where we highlight games that might fall outside our usual coverage but are still something we think you should know about. Today: Tokyo Jungle for PS3. Tokyo Jungle appears to be a cute, low-budget oddity...

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Tokyo Jungle launch trailer evokes complex feelings

Is it possible for a game to be simultaneously "charmingly wacky" and "gruesome?" See for yourself in the latest trailer for Tokyo Jungle, which launches on PSN in North America on September 25....

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Tokyo Jungle finds a nest in North America September 25

Sony only kind of announced Tokyo Jungle for North America at E3, but now we have an official release date for the animal survival adventure: September 25. The price is $14.99, which is much, much cheaper than the ¥3,900 ($49) asking price in Japan. In case you missed our coverage, Tokyo...

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Sony Gamescom media megapost: The Last of Us, Assassins Creed: Liberation and more

Welcome friend, to Joystiq's Sony Trailer and Gallery Wildlife Preserve. Here, you will find trailers for upcoming Sony games and/or games exclusive to Sony systems, cohabiting in a forced amalgamation of their natural habitats. Take for instance, The Last of Us' Gamescom trailer, chilling...

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Salarymen return to Tokyo Jungle (as DLC)

Tokyo Jungle takes place in a bleak future in which Tokyo is ruined and all the humans are gone, allowing wild animals to take over. New DLC for the Japanese release of the game brings one particular variety of human back into its natural habitat: the salaryman. He's the second hominid to be...

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Hunting down the secret Tokyo Jungle demo at E3

One of my goals for E3 this year was to find out if Tokyo Jungle was on the show floor and play it. For the whole show, I heard reports that it was playable, but couldn't find it on the floor. I had Sony reps escort me around the company's giant booth to no avail. Finally, I got a Twitter report...

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Sony's 'wacky' Tokyo Jungle headed to North America and Europe

Despite the absence of a pomeranian guest appearance at Sony's E3 2012 press conference, the company's delightfully bizarre-looking Tokyo Jungle is indeed headed to PlayStation Network in North America and Europe. A press release this week confirmed the EU release, and Sony VP of product...

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17 minutes of Tokyo Jungle gameplay to make your day better

Even in the apocalypse, love can blossom. Take the pomeranian in this long Tokyo Jungle clip, for example. After foraging for food, he finds a mate and then – well, we're a family friendly website. If you haven't had "the talk" with your folks, you may want to do that before watching this....

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Find out if you hate puppies with this Tokyo Jungle commercial

We probably don't need to make much more of an argument for Tokyo Jungle's localization beyond this wonderful commercial. It's nothing but adorable animals being incredibly adorable – something we think you, not to mention everyone else on the planet, will enjoy. Psst, Sony! With E3 next...

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