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 instead because it's more fun and simpler to play.
Excerpt: Activision’s progression with the extensive line of Cabela’s -licensed games has thus far been minimal. Like a hunter lost in the wilderness, the series is without a compass. Thus, it’s floundering helplessly in transition from PC to Xbox 360. Sometimes it seems as though the developers are knee-deep in the makings of a quality product. And now it seems they’re knee-deep in something entirely different. In Adventure mode, you begin by choosing your character’s gender.
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 with it. There's a lot of untapped potential here, and I think the series could benefit from a bigger budget.
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. I played my first year of tackle football at seven, by which time I had already worked in a season of basketball and two of soccer. I was a sports junkie as a kid. But what always struck me as strange was that my parents were not. Not even close.