In Tokyo Jungle, humans are extinct so pets go feral, zoo animals escape and wild creatures rule the street. You, the player, choose one of these animals and have to seize territory and avoid the jaws of your enemies. No release date yet for the PSN title.
• Hunt prey, feast on plants and do whatever it takes to stay alive.
• Find a mate and then continue the fight for survival as your offspring, with each generation growing stronger.
• Play as dozens of different animals from dogs to deer, lions, crocodiles, dinosaurs and more.
• Upgrade your skills by unlocking and wearing items of clothing.
• Face challenging missions and discover why humans have disappeared.
• Team up with a pal in two-player missions offline.
• Earn trophies and compare your survival skills in online leaderboards.
"for gamers" - which is great. But put things in prospective, their anouncement was an hour longer than yesterdays. And they actually showed less about the console. E3 also wasnt two weeks away (1 minute ago)
they've yet to talk about how they'll handle preowned games. So other than meaningless teasers of games that may yet never come to be anything all sony did was offer pretty words that they're (3 minutes ago)
did they show their most interesting promise of being able to jump inside a mates game, or viewing your friends playing games live, functioning (5 minutes ago)
Sony showed the gameplay to only 2 actual games at the end of the day really. Teasers for everything else. They didnt show CGI acting as games (we think - that capcom game is questionable) but neither (6 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: patience isnt for the internet. You need to tell people what they want to hear instantly or they fill in the blanks themselves. Teasing something and asking to wait 2 weeks aint good enough (10 minutes ago)
Sony learned, no CGI, gaming focused. Seems the opposite for MS. if they dont have anything big to reveal interms of games, dont show anything and wait for E3 atleast. (11 minutes ago)
Obviously no lessons learned from E3 2005, then? (20 minutes ago)