Summary: I really thought they would have all the quirks ironed out after so many versions of this game and gun hardware. The gun doesn't calibrate perfectly, you can get used to using it without aiming if that makes any sense. The sound on the game sounds like blown out speakers, nothing I tried to fix this had any effect. The red tint inside the "scope" is an absolute inhibition to using it. It might work better if I broke it out of there.
Summary: I do not like this game at all. Graphics are excellent along with sound. But the storyline and gameplay suck. It's more of an outdoor adventure game. I'm a hunter and I expected this game to be more like hunting in the woods than a competition.
Summary: We were excited to try out this peripheral device as we like the hunting games and thought this would add a touch of realism. It was my son's birthday present so he had first dibs at trying it. He calibrated the device but then seemed to have all kinds of issues getting the target. I thought it was just him so I tried it as well. It was extremely sensitive. Even light breathing would cause your aim to veer all over the place. Looking through the scope was even worse.
Summary: Ive played big game hunters in the past and they were great, but i was suprised and annoyed at this one. in the past, big game hunters incorporated SOME free roam and a variety of cool guns with decent graphics, but this game turns into north american adventures, with a few guns that you can ,sort of, customize (just upgrades, no real choice) and a set path, with a set goal, with set cutscenes.
Summary: I have a 55" TV and the sensor does not calibrate correctly, it will not even show on the top of the screen. This means I cannot use the scope to aim. Other than that the play seems alright so far.