Reviews and Problems with Cabela's Deer Hunt 2004 Season
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Very Fun Not Much lasting appeal
xGhettoGorillax , GameStop
20 December 2011
Summary: This Game is quite fun i got because my xbox broke rite after hunting season so i wanted a hunting game. This games lasting appeal for about 3 days but if your a hardcore gamer about an hour and i find it easy yet fun you can sight in your gun and hunt different types of deer and its just fun as i said so i would recomend this to any kid or casual gamer.
Summary: the game was a total bust. I bought it expecting to feel like i was hunting but the area is the same all around the deer are dumb and it is way too easy. it was to me like a waste of money because it did not make you have patience like i expected it to do. When you are hunting the deer the poop and bushes that are leading you take you in a beeline to the deer. No animal walks straight, they wander to stay aliv3e, so there was a big lack of realism in the game.
Summary: I'm with that guy from Portland. This game is boring. And my opinion is it's TOO FREAKING HARD! Lets say your a mile away from a deer and as soon as your about to shoot it; it will run away. HOW REALISTIC IS THAT!? Like a real deer would see you that far away. Oh this is good, have you ever climbed up a hill to go sledding or something? Of course you have. Well THE HUNTER CAN'T EVEN MANAGE TO CLIMB ANYTHING SMALLER THAN THAT!
Summary: That's right - I've never hunted, and never really plan to - but I really did like this game, and it surprised the heck out of me! Deer Hunt plays like a cross between Halo and Thief, and requires both strategy (your equipment, your scents and calls, clothing, the right gun, managing resources, etc) and quick fingers for those all-action moments.
Summary: This is the worst game ever made! Not Realistic.. Boring, Boring, Just a shame a good Deer Hunting Game isn't out there... I returned this game back to the store I got it from. Listen to the others who have written longer reviews on all the Cons of this game and DON'T BUY IT... You will be disappointed if you do.... PS... This only got the STAR because it wouldn't let me give ZERO STARS...
Summary: The game is very frustrating. With the default equipment you get tired very quickly with every character. I know they are trying to be realistic but realistically you would need a truck to carry half the basic set of equipment. You get tired just walking up a little hill and you walk extremely slow most of the time. The hunting areas are really small, it is like hunting in somebody's backyard.
Summary: Don't be fooled by the long detailed and positive reviews. Donna Johnston from NY is listed in the credits of all the Cabela titles as the QA Lead. Why is she giving her review on the games she worked on which you see on every Cabela game? It looks like Activision is paying their employees to write reviews for them. This game has poor graphics and is tedious and boring. There are much better hunting games out there.
Summary: I really like this one, although a lot of people are saying it is too hard. You need to pick your hunter carefully, because each hunter type has stats - some are good at aiming, some are good at tracking, some are really strong. I think the other person who reviewed was having problems because he took a weak hunter and bought lots of heavy equipment!
Summary: Do they even have hunting or know anything about it in Romania? They cleary don't know much about it which explains why you run out of breath after five seconds in the game and have to walk painfully slow 90% of the time. Also you can walk around while you shoot which my dad would kick my ass for doing. It turns out Cabela's Big Game Hunter, Cabela's Deer Hunt 2004, and Cabela's Dangerous Hunts for the Playstation 2, Xbox, and PC versions are all made in Romania.