Reviews and Problems with Cabela's Alaskan Adventures
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Difficult to navigate
Mary Ann Rice, Amazon
10 February 2014
Summary: Granted we are not hard core gamers, but our son who is said he would not recommend this game because of its difficulty to navigate and you can't walk 2 feet without getting attacked by something. Bought for a "hunter" husband who has no interest what so ever because of it's difficulty.
Summary: This game was in the condition promised and it was a reasonable price. The reason I gave it two stars is because of the actual game play. I really didn't enjoy it all that much, although the fishing was fun. Overall it had pretty poor quality graphics and the wild game would often just run to within a few feet of me which isn't at all realistic. If you're looking for a fun hunting game I would suggest Cabela's Outdoor Adventures.
Summary: I picked this game up in the $10 bin at a local store. I have since sold it on Ebay. Having said that, it is worth that price and nothing more. I enjoyed the hunts and strategy of the game. The graphics, however, were horrible, and it is almost impossible to tell what you are shooting at. Tracking is just about useless, and you are penalized if you shoot a species or gender that you do not have tags for. Overall this game could have been so much better.
Summary: While not being an obsessive fan of the Cabela Series, I have been a fan nonetheless. Most recently I enjoyed Dangerous Hunts for the PSP, and though rather short and limited in scope, it was a fun game to play. I expected a great deal more with this game, but instead felt like it was a big step backwards. This time you are able to navigate via vehicles throughtout different regions in Alaska (trucks, snowmobiles etc), but the control is quite frustrating.
Summary: Graphically this game doesn't do it for me. The gameplay isn't that great either. It certainly isn't what I would call next-gen. I have a casual interest in Cabela games and the latest games from them are an improvement, but this "wild turkey" left me shutting of my Xbox and trading it in after 30 mintues of playtime. With hunting games it is hit or miss. I've tried many and some were okay.
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Pros: qualche aspetto da capire come difficoltà
Cons: l'assoluta ripetitività e la lentezza di più di un momento