Conclusion: The aforementioned framerate jiggles would be a bigger deal if Virtua Tennis 3 was more aesthetically appealing. The facial maps are pretty decent, but the animation sets aren’t quite as good as the competition.
Conclusion: Sound Not much to say here the guns sound alright and the backround noise e.g. birds sound pretty good for it's time. I would not recommend this game to anyone. If you can cope playing this game you can get a decent boost to your gamerscore but I would recommend you play Cabela's African Safari...
Excerpt: There is no better sport for creating great video games than tennis. From Pong at the dawn of virtual time through to the storm of excitement that Wii Sports Tennis served up for the Launch of Nintendo's newest console, there is something about hitting a ball backwards and forwards that just works.
Conclusion: You’ll be staring a pretty decent game down the sights when you fire up Cabela’s Alaskan Adventures for the first time. While it won’t blow you away visually, there’s a decent amount of variation to the sixteen wilderness areas.
Conclusion: Despite being plagued with bugs, repetitive gameplay, and some of the worst visuals you'll see on a next-gen console, Cabela's Alaskan Adventure is fairly entertaining. You probably won't play for more than half an hour at a time before you lose interest, but for that half hour, you'll have some fun...
Excerpt: I’m still puzzled at where exactly my love for sports came from. As far back as I can remember, I was playing something; even if it was baseball with a rolled-up sock and an old chair leg. I started Little League at four.
Excerpt: The hunting genre is not exactly ripe with games on the current generation of consoles. You won’t ever see a hunting game rivalling the likes of Call of Duty and Final Fantasy in the Top 20 chart and it’s likely you won’t even find it on a shelf in a gaming store.