Summary: This is an authentic home version of the arcade game (actually, four different BBH arcade games in one package). If you're a fan of the arcade originals, then you'll enjoy the PC version to play at home. It's especially great for those hobbyists who've built themselves a PC-based arcade cabinet, with big CRT monitors and a decent light gun.
Summary: could have spent the money on a better game than this one. this is not as nice to play as other hunting games that i own. fair game but lacks enough to hold my attention for very long. just sits in the drawer more than i play.
Summary: The game is fun but lack of volume and that annoying audio opening really drops the fun. The cross hair lines could be a couple of pixels bigger because you loose sight of them when moving fast. Not sad I bought it but no configuring sucks.
Not nearly as good as the real thing, but it will do
L. Johnston, Amazon
23 October 2007
Summary: Although it's nice to be able to play a little BBH at home, nothing compares to the real thing and shooting with the gun. The bucks are very fast and hard to catch aiming with a mouse. You only get to shoot Whitetail and bonus games, no other options for big game. I don't think I will play this all the time, but it's a fix when I can't get to a bar!
Summary: After a 700 mb install, you still have to have the disc in the drive. The copy protection sceme is annoying on this game. If you double click on the desktop icon and half the time even with the disc in the drive, it will say you have not inserted the original disc in the drive or it doesn't recognize the disc. Best thing to do is insert the disc, let it spin up, and then dlick on the desktop icon. Clicking on the auto run screen doen't always work all the time either.