Summary: This turned out to be a little more complicated than we wanted. There is nothing wrong with it if you are really into this kind of thing. The gun stoke is a little thick and hard to hold for an extended period.
Summary: The 4-yr old broke the gun stock extension shortly after arrival. Looked sturdy enough to me, but that's a 4-yr old boy for you. The scope and calibration for a 58" large screen TV are virtually useless, so you just have to learn to use the "X" on the TV like a laser sight.
Summary: Mine was for the PS3, and my advise is, don't even bother with "calibration" if you have a big screen TV. Which is kinda silly cause I always thought a hunting game would be better on a 50 inch than a 27 inch. My opinion is that the problem lies with the sensor bar.
Summary: This game can only be play on USA, Canadian and Mexican Wii's but you can still purchase the product if you live in Australia. How does this work? Ignore the game rating I did as we can't play the game at all in Australia
Summary: I bought this game for my 11 year old nephew, who hunts. Thinking he'd totally love this, I thought I'd be the cool aunt, for Christmas! I asked him what he thought of it, and he said "Oh. I beat it the same day you gave it to me. It's really easy". Guess I bought the wrong game.