Media Create has reported that the post-apocalyptic animals-run-amok title, Tokyo Jungle, has sold through 87.47% of its stock at retail in Japan. The game debuted last week in the number one slot, moving 110,309 units on PS3. SCEA’s confirmed Tokyo Jungle for a US release, in addition to Europe, but a release date has yet to be announced. Thanks, Siliconera.
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