9 years ago
Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011 was a game that I thought for sure that I would enjoy. I had done all of my research about the game and was ready to buy it. Eventually, after finally owning a copy, I was ready to have some serious fun. I only played the game with the Wii remote and Nunchuk so I am not sure what the Top Shot Elite was like in the game. The game starts out as you 10 years after your brother was attacked by wolves durring hunting in Africa with your father and his friend, Becky. You hear about "the Beast" who is the most evil creature of all mankind and is more deadly than human and what not. You can already tell the story isn't one of the game's highlights. You constantly get stranded in the most random places on the planet. The controls worked great and every cut sceen was fully voice acted which I found nice. But since the game has a pathetic story line, and the game is about 5 hours of gameplay, it wouldn't be worth very much. However, this game is MUCH cheaper than when I got the game. I got the game without the gun for $40. That is WAY too much to ask for. Plus, if you bought the bundle, the game would be $60 which makes me want to scream. Also, durring the levels, there are certain places in your area that only have one kind of enemy until you make it to the next part of the level. For example, my boat crashed and now I need to find civilization and get help. I see a bunch of rattlesnakes. I get out my pistol and shoot all of them again and again and again for about 15 minutes. Then I enter another part of the level. I see a few crocodiles hiding in the grass. I shoot all of them with my shot gun. Next I see a bunch of Cheetahs in the trees. I shoot all of those. The line of animals repeats in the same order. Starting with rattlesnakes, crocodiles, cheetahs, rattlesnakes, crocodiles, cheetahs. You get the picture. What I DID like about the game was the shooting galleries. They had many fun multiplayer arcade-like shooting galleries that everyone will enjoy. I suggest if you wanted something better than Cabela's Big Game Hunter, then I suggest you try this one. Just keep in mind that the game won't last long for you and you will notice how the game falls apart the more you get into it. Thank you for reading this VERY LONG review. Sorry for the length.
No: I don’t recommend this product