In Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2013 you get Deadlier Predators, Deadlier Hunts:
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Smarter and Deadlier Predators:
The new Prowler animal AI engine simulates pack social hierarchies, coordinates complex group tactics and takes advantage of the surroundings to set up deadly ambushes.
New Maneater Co-op Mode:
Two players can join together to take on wave after wave of increasingly deadly beasts in the all-new split screen Maneater mode.
Master Your Fear:
Armed with the new Top Shot Fearmaster controller, control your heart rate to increase your accuracy, deal more damage, or slow down time to line up the perfect kill shot. Available for the X360 and PS3 systems.
Can you hold your own against the most vicious beasts the animal kingdom has to offer? Find out in Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2013!
*Note: Wii Top Shot Fearmaster peripheral does not have heart rate sensing capabilities
Cabelas Dangerous Hunts 2013 is rated
3.3 out of
Rated 4 out of
Cool WolfIt’s ok. It’s fun at first but quickly becomes boring. It reminds me of an arcade game.
Date published: 2020-04-25
Rated 5 out of
Great game. Do recommend.It's a good game to play. It's pretty easy to play. It is a little violent but that can be expected with a hunting game. I do recommend the game to other shoppers.
Date published: 2019-05-26
Rated 1 out of
Kalei IsTooTech from
Depressing to see games come to this...Basically the worst hunting game I've ever played. The graphics are meh, although I do keep in mind the year that it was made. I don't even consider this "hunting" as much as "shooting animals repeatedly until they finally drop dead." The 2011 version was far better in my opinion, and the pro hunts game was sooooo much better. I guess this game proves that you can't have everything done perfectly, and even some major fails (this game). Now, I have to admit, me and my friends used to play the shooting galleries a lot. They're basically bonus levels where you kill a certain amount of waves of animals. For what it is, it did it's job, but it could've done way better. It's alright for what it is, but still boring and not at all challenging. Though me and my friend used to play the game and we had a bit of fun with it, so I'm thankful for that, at least. But overall, this game was a huge disappointment, and I'm sorry to see games like this that had way more potential...
Date published: 2019-02-24
Rated 1 out of
Didn’t workI bought this only to find out it was too scratched up to ever be played again. Very frustrating and inconsiderate to have this happen to customers
Date published: 2018-06-23
Rated 2 out of
NOT EVEN REAL HUNTINGThis is not even close to hunting, its a rescue mission more like it with flash backs. There is no hunting in this only killing to be able to continue on.
Date published: 2014-10-13
Rated 2 out of
Cabela's DH 2013 - Worst Display of Hunting EverAs a hunter, this game is absolutey irritating. It has a horribly story, basically copied from Dangerous Hunts 2011. I don't know who actually makes the Cabela's Hunting games, but I would bet 95% of Cabela's workers, or hunters, would say that this game is just stupid. There is nothing about this game that is hunting. In a horribly unrealistic fashion, you mow down endless amounts of water buffalo, lions, baboons, Mt Lions, various other dangerous animals, and also tons of regular big game animals like elk and deer. Not only do you have the magic ability to fight a group of 40 lions in this game and live, but they also take an unrealistic amount of shots to kill. You basically use your semi auto as a full automatic spraying down animals until they die. The storyline is absolutely dreadful, and during the campaign you'll have the strength of the Hulk because you can fall off cliffs, roll down mountains, and get smacked by bears and lions with no damage to you whatsoever. The "hunting" in this game portays the most illegal theme of hunting ever, assuming it was realistically possibly to be mauled by bears and water buffalo and continue hunting. The worst part of the campaign, is the fact that after you have escaped death 50 times, killed 500+ animals, and saved your brother in the game, you're character says "now let's go hunting!" ABSOLUTE FACEPALM. Besides the campaign, there's shooting galleries, which are just waves of animals again to just mow down with endless bullets, I'll admit they're kind of fun, but in hunting terms just dumb. Oh and besides all of this, the gun peripheral doesn't even work with the game. There is no calibration system so you can't even aim the gun correctly to use it, and it's horrible controls anyway, so the controller is useless. Cabela's Games stopped being good after like 2005. Big Game Hunter 2005 is one the best and closest to realistic hunting games you will ever get. Whoever makes the Cabela's Games now is an absolute disgrace to Hunting & Video Games. The only possible good thing I can say about this game is that somehow the game plays pretty, meaning there aren't any bugs or glitches. BUT OVERALL, THIS GAME IS ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE AND IS NOT WORTH GETTING. IT IS HORRIBLE.
Date published: 2013-03-09
Rated 3 out of
Wireless Gun is UselessI bought the game brand new with the wireless heartbeat sensor gun. The gun was terrible. The "rifle" was about the size of a SMG in real life so putting the stock on your shoulder makes holding it a strain. The heartbeat technology could not read my heartbeat for more then 2 seconds at a time which made the training level impossiblewithout a controller. I read the manual and watched the tutorial videos on how to use it and nothing helped. I decided to play the game with my wireless controller. Gameplay wasn't bad but the graphics were pretty awful coming from activision. I played through the game in one night and i wont be broken hearted when i return it.
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