Sony Computer Entertainment has announced plans to release the best game ever made.

Titled Tokyo Jungle, it's been unveiled in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine (as read by Kotaku). The game is set in a post-apocalyptic Japan, where the human race is almost extinct and animals have reclaimed the planet.

That's right, "elephants, crocodiles, cheetahs, porcupines, chickens, ostriches" and many more are running wild and roaming the streets. The best bit is you can control them and MAKE THEM FIGHT EACH OTHER. Yes, it's Afrika meets Fallout 3.

Tokyo Jungle is being developed by the PlayStation C.A.M.P. team (that stands for Creator Audition Mash-up Project -it's a developer talent search program run by Sony and open to residents of Japan). There's no word on a release date yet.

Eurogamer will be awarding Tokyo Jungle 10/10.

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