Summary: I hate this game there is only one screen to shoot things & when you shoot everything you start over on the same screen shooting the same products. Very very boring don't waste your money the Wii Play game in the shooting sections is 100 times better. I thought I'd like this game because it's fun to shoot a targets & this one sucks.
Summary: This game sucks in so many ways. Not worth the price at all! It's very simplistic, both in gameplay and concept. In short, you shoot chickens. That's why it's called chicken shoot. See? Simple. This is where you should have quit expecting better. The scrolling doesn't work correctly and you'll occasionally get stuck on one side of the scene for no apparent reason. It claims 11 levels but you rarely ever progress past level 1, despite making the high score list.
Summary: My kids are 6 and 8 and after 10 minutes they did not like the game. Its the same old thing over and over again, and if there was ever a game I would like to get my money back this is it - do not purchase. If the company that produced this game had any focus on the market they would never have released such as simple and uneventful game.
Summary: I rarely write reviews on Amazon, but I feel so ripped off by this game that I have to speak up. This game is boring, pointless, and unimaginative. I regret my purchase. It has neither the elegance and simplicity of a target-practice game, nor the sophistication and excitement of a role-playing game. Do yourself a favor and skip this dud.
Summary: My 8 yr old son hates this game. He played for 10 minutes and asked, is this it? He spent $20 of his own $ for this game and I felt so bad, I have him the $20 back. I think from now on, we will rent games before making a purchase. So far I have 3 Wii games that are pretty sorry.
Summary: We got this game in a bundle with the Wii system. Within 5 minutes you are bored. Don't bother buying it. If you really want it, go to a used game store and pay less. I think that is where I am going to take mine!
Summary: I'm not sure which part is worse, the fact that this is barely a step above Duck Hunt for the original Nintendo system only remade with chickens, or the fact that I wasted $29.99 on it. I'm not a hard core gamer, but I do like a dose of entertainment and fun with my video games. I'm hooked on the duck shooting gallery in Carnival Games for Wii and that one repetitive game is 100% more fun than this shoddy, cheaply made game.
Summary: The main reason I purchased this game was the mention on the case of an egg-catching mini-game. An arcade puzzle game from the 80's titled 'Chicken Shift', and my fruitless search to find said game again for the next 20 years, immediately sprung to mind. So I shelled out $30 for 'Chicken Shoot' and was on my way back to my trailer for some beer-swillin', chicken-shootin', egg-catchin', hootin' and hollerin' good times. Or so I thought.