Summary: I read the reviews and was pretty skeptical about the game. Everyone kept saying that it was pretty boring and that you couldn't even drive your own jeep and that the animals were unrealistic and the challenges too hard. Well sorry to the people that think that but they must not have gotten very far. At first it is on the boring side. You wake up, get an assignment, then ride in the back of a jeep to your destination and can sometimes stop.
Summary: If you have an interest in animals and photography, as I do, this game is a great way to relax. Like playing Bejewelled 2 on Endless, this game is very low stress and is fun for those who want a nice tranquil diversion after a long day. If you want action, stay away from this title.
Summary: First off, let's get something straight: This is a photography simulator. If your idea of "fun" is shooting various things in the head, and making things go "BOOM," and have the attention span of an ADHD tween on a sugar high, this is not a game for you. If your idea of "fun" is a long, complex, epic story line to rival Lord of the Rings, with swords and sorcery and dragons, this is not a game for you.
Summary: So many PS3 games are first-person shooter. It's a relief to have some cute animals. Despite the other reviews, I found this game to be fairly challenging. I still haven't found the baby hippo. The graphics are amazing, but they're decent enough. This is a fun game to poke around with and relax after a long day.
Summary: poor game menu,absence of control settings,no voices,just subtitles,stupid dialogue,but playing the game is really good.just simply "hunting" the animals for best picture is great idea,sometimes i just watching them,having fun with my girl.u can learn a lot from encyklopida mode,watch real pictures or just relax in almost real afrika world.also this version support trophies,not like asian version called -hakuna matata.such a good game in this "fps killing age".highly...
Summary: If you are reading this review, I assume you have already read the critics reviews and are trying to see what real people are saying. Being an amateur photographer and nature lover, I can't help but to love this game. But, as you undoubtedly already know, the graphics are...um...cruddy. I went into this game thinking that a photography game from National Geographic must be visually stunning.