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PublisherSony StudioRhino Studios GenreAdventure
Release Dates10/13/0908/28/08TBATBA

Afrika (Working Title) is a next-gen game for the PS3 featuring faithful replications of much of Africa's flora and fauna. From what little is known about the game, it is described as an open world safari simulator.

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National Geographic publishing Afrika in the US

PS3Fanbuy - November 19, 2008

Submitted by OuterHaven (570) at 3:05PM PST on November 19, 2008

Afrika US release next month! writes: Remember Afrika? It's a nature-themed PS3-exclusive photography game that met moderate success when it debuted in Japan earlier this year. An English release seemed unlikely due to the niche content of the game, but it appears the game will be making its way to American shores -- and from an unlikely source, as well. National Geographic has picked up the rights for Afrika, rebranding it as National Geographic: Africa.
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Rumour: Sony’s Afrika Europe bound?

VideoGaming247 - September 29, 2008

Submitted by noobie (468) at 3:44AM PST on September 29, 2008

French site Play3-live reckons that Sony’s game of the year candidate, Afrika, will be coming to Europe after all. Apparently there was a Sony stand at Photokina in Cologne last week, showing the safari photo-bonanza in English. When inquisitive journalists inquired about it, they were told that the game would be releasing in Europe in 2009.
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Review : 7/10

Eurogamer - September 17, 2008

Submitted by mrahaju (9) at 4:14AM PST on September 19, 2008

Afrika isn't about violence, and it's not designed to provide fast-paced thrills or test your reflexes. It's not perfect. The visuals are pretty rather than stunning. The animals don't exhibit much individual behaviour, and their actions can be predictable. And hiding behind bushes can get a bit boring. Afrika is one of the most pleasant, enjoyable and gently engrossing games I've played in a while. It's a shame Sony isn't releasing it here, and it's worth importing.
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Sony goes hunting for big game

CNN - September 5, 2008

Submitted by noobie (468) at 4:53AM PST on September 6, 2008

On August 28, Sony released for PlayStation 3 in Japan its long-announced, shrouded-in-secret game "Afrika," in which a single player assumes the role of a National Geographic photographer on an African safari to shoot wild animals in the grassland. Each of the player's photos is then judged on angle, target, distance and technique, and the photographer is rewarded in "cash," which can be used to upgrade his or her camera...
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