The Lost Town: The Jungle Image
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  • Summary: The red headed killer is back!
    In 1997, a meteorite landed within the Amazon jungle, consuming the land in darkness. The effects of the meteorite caused villagers, and animals to go insane. The villagers that resisted the affects of the meteorite have become prey for those under the
    The red headed killer is back!
    In 1997, a meteorite landed within the Amazon jungle, consuming the land in darkness. The effects of the meteorite caused villagers, and animals to go insane. The villagers that resisted the affects of the meteorite have become prey for those under the influence of its darkness.
    A girl appears in the jungle named Chilia. Behind her beautiful exterior hides elite combat skills that will be used to help get rid of the Amazon of the mysterious meteorite.
    You're aware of your skills, but you also need to find food, ammunition, and other resources for survival. Sane villagers will provide rewarding quests in the daytime, but when the sun goes down, you will need to set traps around camp and recruit assistants to keep things safe.
    In this mission, you must locate the meteorite; the area will be swarming with opposition. Its affects on people and animals will vanish if you are successful, there will be no rescue team, so success is the only option.
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  1. Aug 10, 2012
    60
    The Lost Town - The Jungle, while not a bad game, falls neatly under the category of "lazy sequel." Though the inclusion of optional quests does add a little more focus to gameplay, this title does little else to deviate from its predecessor. On top of the unchanged style of play, the trite story and absurd translation issues make The Jungle feel sloppy and rushed. Unless you truly enjoyed the first game and are just itching for a new setting, you might want to think twice before adding this one to your collection.