Rated 4 out of
great game but-takes time to adjust to it.
I'm a disabled vet, and suffer from brain damage. The therapist's at my VA hospital recommened using the DS system to help retrain hand, eye issues, along with other problems. I used to love hunting, so I bought this game for help. The game is interesting and fun but, I've found that the timer is geared towards more seaoned gamers not for people that have have a problem. Don't get me wrong, it's a great game, but I wish you can do away with the short time limit's. There's alot going on in this game while playing it, but for those that have multiple problems, such as I'ding the game, reloading the weapon, watching for danger, the time runs out really quick. It took me almost 1 month just getting to level 4, 1st set. and can frustrated a slower mind very quickly. Is it a good game absoluty! and hunters will enjoy it, I just wish the clock could stop and let me hunt minus the time crunch.
Date published: 2014-01-28
Rated 3 out of
okay hunting game
Deer drive legends is a fun hunting game. i wasnt really a fan of the controls though. they take getting used to. overall a fun game that deserves a look at for ten dollars.
Date published: 2012-11-17
Rated 2 out of
Gotta get use to the controls
Overall I do love the game, I just feel like the controls and having a steady hand is some getting use to. I think this game is full of fun and you can become addicted. Although on the easy level it really don't feel easy because you still have many animals to attack you much faster than you see a deer to attack. I feel like I'm killing less deer's and my battle is with the bigger deer's which is the opposite because I suppose to be killing the younger deer's to move up to level two. Your focus will no longer be on the baby deer's but only the adult deer's in which you get no points for killing them and you have to kill them or they will kill you. I think this game can get hated really quick but with patience and practice you'll enjoy to love it.
Date published: 2012-07-26