Summary: Almost $80 for this game??? I know its a rare game but.. My boyfriend got this for me from a GameStop here in CC, TX for $9.99! I can't believe $80 for this game not that it's a bad game but golly that's expensive you could get like use that money for something else buy your girl a ring or if your a girl buy your guy idk a new pair of shoes get a new pet for crying out loud but golly $80 for a game that you probably won't be playing for a year straight. Seriously?
Summary: Well, first off, I am a 32 yr old with over 360 games, with 129 platinums. I am also a huge photography fan. As many has said, this game is not a hardcore title, with next to no violence. It is slow paced, and requires the player to be calm, and patient. If you are looking for a totally different and original style of play.... then this is the game for you. This game has been pegged as similar to Pokemon snap. This is a huge understatment.
Summary: Going into this I was not particularly interested in photography, nor that crazy about Africa. This game plays real easy, has soothing background sounds, and is just plain fun. Just grabbing a beer, sitting back and cruising around in a Jimny while disturbing wildlife or stopping to camp out and photograph them is calming and pretty cool. Keeping some cool photos, the informative Scrap Book that gives more information about them after you discover them...
Summary: As someone that really enjoys unique games, I was interested to check this game out. I was expecting an open world photography game set in an African setting and that's exactly what I got. Taking pictures of the various animals was pretty neat but the 'big game' scenarios in particular were really cool. However some of the problems I ran into really made my opinion of the game take a hit.
Summary: this is a fun game if you give it a chance. it does start fairly slow, and has some annoying load times when begining, however this is forgivable when you get a game that is like nothing else currently available
Summary: Before PS3 was released, there was one game video that had the industry talking. The images on that video game new hope to gamers about a future where games were photo-realistic. "It's like playing T.V." That game was Afrika. When I saw the trailer for this game I said "I am going to buy a PS3" Though now in the realm of obscurity, its release date was tossed around more than the 49ers toss a football, the game was silently released, without fans ever knowing about it.