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Put Tokyo Jungle on your Vita with PS3 Remote Play

6:00 PM on 12.19.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Grab the patch and enjoy

While there sadly isn't a PlayStation Vita version of Tokyo Jungle, being able to play the bizarre, remarkable PlayStation Network title on the system using Remote Play is the next best thing right now. The patch which provides this functionality is now live, and you know that means -- time to go play the game in bed.

Fellow Tokyo Jungle lover and president of SCE Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida advises us to not leave the house with the handheld, saying: "Remote Play over Internet is not recommended due to latency and video bandwidth." I'm still working my way through the unlocks, trying to save up enough points for you probably know who and earning the last few herbivores. I shouldn't love the game this much, but I really do.

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