Reviews and Problems with Cabela's Legendary Adventures
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Cabela's Legendary Adventures
22 October 2012
Summary: This game is really realistic in that you don't get to just shoot constantly-it's more like real hunting, but still much easier. Setting is realistic (very nostalgic). We have this for WII: you know the graphics (lol), actually pretty good graphics for a WII game. The animals act too easy too shoot and if you shoot their foot they die, the next time you might shoot it they don't(so kinda inconsistant)? But if they do go down, it's an instant kill.
Summary: The game is okay I guess. I notice that you have to scare animals off when you go to one of the skulls to accept a challenge. I on the other hand usually shoot them and then the challege requires me to shoot the animals I have already killed. For the price it was worth the money but I do not play it all that much.
Summary: 0/10 You can search the whole map and not find anything!!! Do not buy this game!!! There's not even a gallery mode. I'm going to trade it in soon. I payed 50$ for this crap. The graphics are terrible!!! Do not make legendary adventures 2 because I;m going to buy it and get mad at it.
Summary: First off, I will begin by saying I have been hunting since I was 14, so I expect a fair amount from a hunting game for it to be fun. I have played a few other Cabela's titles and was not very impressed. I picked this one up for my husband a couple days ago and watched him play it, then took on the controls myself. We are using a Wii Zapper, and that does take a little getting used to, but the gameplay is pretty darn good.
Summary: Good game in concept but the landscape turns black and white from the Zion Park stage on out. Everything else is color but the main part, the landscape, stays black and white which really makes it difficult to spot the game and totally takes away from the gaming experience as a whole. Another problem occurs when trying to cross checkpoints. The program keep sreturning you to the wrong starting position and won't let you go beyond.
Summary: I have always enjoyed the Cabela's Big Game Hunter series, so I figured I would give this one a try on the Wii. I was enthralled at first by the way the game is a story told throughout the history of hunting "legendary trophy animals." The game play is quite simple: track the legendary trophy and do a few side hunts along the way. After doing enough of the extra little tests (ex.