Reviews and Problems with Cabela's African Safari
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sonyisawesome , GameStop
9 August 2013
Summary: the game is a great game. i have always been impressed with cabelas games and this one is 2nd place.the game is fun,the only thing is I havent figured out the story mode yet but no big deal ,right? ill just ask google :).
Summary: One of the best hunting titles for the Playstation Portable,this game has super graphics,nice control,plenty of options and good replayability. You are on Safari in Africa planning your hunts with a guide from an outpost. Numerous weapons and animal species abound in hunts that will take you across 5 African countries. The highest difficulty will see you in search of the big 5; Lions,Giraffes,Rhinos,Crocodiles and Elephants. Nice.
Summary: I own two other Cabela's games, Deer Hunter 2005 Season and Alaskan Adventures. I just recently bought a PSP, so I picked up this for it. Pros: -New animals -Graphics are decent -Load times are significantly shorter than its PS2 counterparts. -No worry about using the wrong gun/bow if you (like myself) have no knowledge about them.
Summary: Many years ago, I bought Cabela's Big Game Hunter to play on my computer. The fact that I was playing the game with the keyboard and the mouse kept me from getting the most enjoyment out of it. I saw this new version for the Sony PSP and decided to give it a try. I am always looking for PSP games that have a very short and gentle learning curve. This is certainly much more sophisticated than my old pc game.
Summary: I bought this game on a whim, but don't regret my decision one bit. The only con to this game is somewhat long load times. The pros are many. Graphics are simply gorgeous and much more realistic than one may expect. The sound effects are right on the money, from the sounds of your steps in the water to the boom of your shotgun. There are several types of guns in the game: pistols, shotguns, rifles and crossbows.