Reviews and Problems with Cabela's African Safari
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FUN exploration and hunting with or without the HUD help.
dom r. "dom dome", Amazon
2 March 2013
Summary: The outdoor environments of Cabela's African Safari similar to Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 1 are big but not TOO BIG, so you can explore the areas all on your own without using the HUD that displays colored dots on screen locating where the animals are when you get near them. You can choose to turn the HUD on or off but I kept it off for most of the game especially when hunting the large animals as they are easier to spot out in a distance without any help from the HUD...
Summary: I got this game not long ago and I returned it the next day. the only good thing about this game is that you get to shoot birds but that's not worth the money becuase other games have that. this game is not even worth 2 dollars.
Summary: To all of us hunters out there, a lot of us dream of the ultimate trophy hunting- Africa. From Kudu, to zebra, to hyena- this game has all sorts of animals for you to hunt. So you can save about $5000 and hunt in Africa from the comfort of your home. Now, the graphics arent the best, but they dont absolutely suck either. You have a wide variety of guns (being a deer hunter, I saw some guns I'd never heard of!). Pistols, shotguns, and rifles with scopes for all of them.
Summary: On my birthday of 2009 I was looking for a good hunting game. I told my dad to order this one for me. I am glad this was my choice. This is probably the most enjoyable hunting game i've played since Cabela's Dangerous Hunts (Not 2009). You play Safari mode which is like story mode. You have to hunt multiple animals across Africa. The safari mode shouldnt take more than a few hours. But no worries!