Reviews and Problems with Cabela's Survival: Shadows of Katmai
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9 October 2012
Summary: This highly anticipated release does not disappoint! Whether you're fighting off bears with giant toothpicks or jumping out of gondolas with your best friend Togo, you are guaranteed a gaming experience like no other. This game will captivate you to it's climactic end.
Summary: Good, in that B movie kinda way haha made me giggle. PS Move kicks ass in it though! Graphics are simply meh. Characters are goofy but likeable. If your the kind of gamer that likes weird games like, Nier get this without question. It's stupid, but all in good fun.
Summary: Find the game really laggy (as far as aiming goes)... the gun calibration was way off...but it my have been my TV as well. Game play is really cool with a couple modes but the gun issues are kind of a deal breaker
Summary: This game is very fun to play. I do not know why so many people are complaining about calibrating the gun. I did it without any issue. All you have to do is follow the instructions! You can also use the gun without the scope. One negative is that the gun has no off button.
Summary: The product came very promptly but the game overall was poor you dont have free range with the camera i found it very awkward to control at times the graphics arent too bad shooting could of been better than just a circle with a crossair maybe when yoo shoot the rifles could make look like your...
Summary: I bought this mainly as its compatible with the Top Shot Elite gun controller and I wanted more games to play with it. Straight away I thought this is an excellent game - totally different from the traditional Cabela hunting games - it really is focused on survival over hunting.
Summary: Este nuevo juego de la saga cabela's de caza es el que ha sufrido el mayor desarrollo de la saga. En el encarnarnos a Logan James, y tendremos que sobrevivir a un terrible accidente de avión en las tierras de Alaska.
Pros: La caza en si y la aventura
Cons: Quizas la duracion de la misma, aunque repetirla una vez no aburre tampoco