Summary: Not what I was expecting. Things poping out at you may be interesting to kids but not this guy. This reactive style of hunting is not what I was looking for. If you like having to buy an extra, specialty controler and having a game thats more like an arcade game then this game is for you. If you're like me and want the spot, stalk, wait, and shoot games then do not get this game. You're wasting your money.
Summary: Similar to other posts.....great concept but awful end product. Too bad too, this was for my husbands birthday =/ He was so excited when he opend this only to find the game itself really did not work well.
Summary: I was excited to try a shooting game that actually had a gun. I haven't used one of those since Duck Hunt so the prospect was thrilling. I am terrible at shooting games, but I actually shoot a gun rather well, so I was hoping that I'd finally be able to play a shooting game well. The game itself is just animals charging at you as you stand in place and attempt to shoot them. Not exactly thrilling, but I was thinking it might be a fun party game with the gun No such luck.
Summary: When you play split screen using two players the screen is so small and your position is so close up that it is very hard to navigate. You end up running into fences that are right in front of you because the view is so close. Then when you make it to the look out point your partner is about the size of a pin head. You can easily miss him. This is very frustrating.
Summary: I wanted to like this game, I had never tried a hunting game before, this was a new game and came with a really cool looking gun, I really wanted to like it, but I was alas disappointed. To be honest, the game is okay. Rather than just having a game like a shooting gallery they try to make a story and give some purpose to what you are doing.