Reviews and Problems with Wild Earth: African Safari
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Camera subject of photo takes a minute to find, but the graphics and animal behavior are very correct..So pretty!!
28 October 2013
Summary: My 5yr old ignores the assigned task of photographing the animal subject. She has a great time just driving around taking pictures and looking at the realistic animals and scenery, which the older Ladies of our family like too.Very pretty!!
Summary: I honestly just got this because it was pretty cheap & it looked kinda fun. But I was surprisingly pleased at how much fun I had playing this game. I found that I looked forward to my weekend so I could play a couple of hours of this game. You are basically a photographer in Africa on a safari (hence the name, lol). You are given assignments & you fulfill them for a good score. It's hard to lose at this game. But you can always better your score.
Summary: I found this game to be lacking in any excitement factors. It is okay for a youngster who wants to pretend he/she is on a photographic safari. Not lots to offer, but one of the kids enjoyed it a bunch.
It did not capture the kids' attention for too long, but he liked it enough.
26 June 2013
Summary: Our kids played with it one day, and if the child who received it had not had his brothers bothering him, he probably would have stuck with the story line. They've only used it that one time so far, but it will probably interest him more later. I suggested he move through it a little more slowly so that the graphics don't "blur" as he scans, but he will figure that out himself.
Summary: When you play your Wii, you wanna see blood, Mario, guns, what else... Hey, how about a game to relax and enjoy some culture? African Safari, along with Endless Ocean, offers you this kind of joy. At the same time you learn, you also take some beautiful photos and progress through the game in different situations and cenarios. Don´t gave another star because the graphics could be better...
Summary: I have to admit, I have a hankering for hunting games. They always disappoint, however, so I tried this one out after observing my young daughter play a wildlife photography game on the Internet, and thinking the idea looked fun. Thankfully, this game is similar to what she had been playing, and it is a very rewarding and educational foray into Africa.
Summary: The game was alright at first but after the first hour i was bored to death. I love animals and i love the graphics on this game, but it gets very very boring. Something I thought was cool though was the realistic nature of the animals they actually attack you. But it bored me after just a few pictures. and that's all you do you take pictures.
Summary: This was our favorite Christmas gift. It combined our daughter's love for gaming, animals and photography! It was wonderful. She has learned new and interesting facts about many animals, and her attention to detail has increased. Great game!!
Summary: I thought this was a good bargain at $10. Nope. Waste of $10. The game is boring. Not even my animal loving child would play this game longer than 10 minutes. The controls can often be frustrating as well.