Post-apocalyptic animal survival sim Tokyo Jungle has reached 200,000 units shipped since its June 7 Japanese release. Andriasang reports Sony Japan seems pretty pleased by this figure, which includes both stock sent to retailers and actual sales directly from the PlayStation Network, and is now aiming for the lofty goal of 210,000. It doesn’t sound like bucketloads but the game topped the charts and sold through most of its stock. Sony, if you would like to sell some more of that maybe give us a release date because some of us have lifelong rhinos-in-baseball-cap goals to fulfil.
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Tokyo Jungle was a hit in Japan, according to the game’s director Yohei Kataoka, and while Europe also took a shine to it, the same couldn’t be said regarding its reception in the US.
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