Showing 1 to 9 of 9
1. Posted: Thu 29th Dec 2011 05:59 GMT
Anyone else playing this? it's great, it reminds me of Cursed Mountain, ir's not as long but finding the journal pages let you unlock shooting galleries and they are really good!
Edited on Thu 29th December, 2011 @ 05:59 by SteveW
2. Posted: Thu 29th Dec 2011 19:39 GMT
I just dismissed this game as one of those silly Cabela's hunting games (it's just not a genre that I'm interested in). I did enjoy Cursed Mountain though, so maybe I should take a look at it. How are the controls in this game?
3. Posted: Fri 30th Dec 2011 01:11 GMT
It's a third person game, you use the nunchuck to walk, a lot of mountain climbing in this game, ocasionally you are attacked by a bear or something and then you use the Wii remote to point and shoot. Like Cursed Mountain, it's very unique and might not appeal to everyone but I really like it. The shooting galleries are fun also but I like the regular Cabela's hunting games...
4. Posted: Sun 1st Jan 2012 18:38 GMT
I was intrigued by this, how much do you need that gun perifary?
Feel free to add me and contact me:
Excite Bots: 1935 1262 0291
My Backloggery = http://www.nintendolife.com/user/profile
5. Posted: Mon 2nd Jan 2012 05:33 GMT
You don't need a gun, you can just aim the Wii remote and shoot, the trigger is on the nunchuck though.
6. Posted: Mon 2nd Jan 2012 05:35 GMT
really need to check this out, Is it open world?
3DS Friend Code: 3093-7342-3454 | Nintendo Network ID: shingi70
7. Posted: Wed 4th Jan 2012 21:51 GMT
no, you are kind of limited to only the areas you need to go to.
8. Posted: Thu 5th Jan 2012 15:08 GMT
It looks stupid IMHO
"What doesn't kill you, obviously makes you weaker. Not stronger."
9. Posted: Sun 18th Nov 2012 17:52 GMT
Hey SteveW - I hope you still check the Wii subforum! I finally got this game! It was only $8 at Gamestop with the gun. The gun attachment is nice, but I think I prefer the zapper. This one is kind of heavy.
I think I've played through about a quarter of the story, and I tried one level each of the Trek and Survival shooting galleries. I really like it so far. It has a nice variety of enemies, and I like how they throw some random stuff in to break up the climbing and shooting, like the dogsled. The shooting galleries are fun and look like they'll add a lot of replay value.
Do you know if any of the other hunting games have a decent third person story mode? If they do, I might check them out.