Summary: I purchased this game for my daughter who loves the man vs. wild show. She loved it until the level where you camp and encounter the bear. That's where she stopped playing after hundreds of tries. You have to repeat the entire sequence to get to the part where the bear is. Once encountered there are multiple actions to get away from the bear. You have to master this to move on. For about 3 days this was a continuous process. The game has not been played since.
Summary: I bought this game a week ago and have thoroughly enjoyed it but not for the same reasons you would enjoy a video game made by a heavy hitting game company, such as Valve. The game is very easy to pick up and start playing although I caution gamers who don't play for achievements or play to 100% the game since the majority of the game is just finding hidden items scattered through the game and then a bit of surviving.
Summary: 8/10 Don't buy this game if you want too use a gun. Knives only. The patigonia is the most dissapointing level in the game. The rest were pretty good. There is some other bad stuff about the game. Why didn't they make it so there are no objectives. That's all I can say. I'll talk to you on my next review.
Summary: When the game was released at $29.99, honestly I was disappointed and did not expect much. After playing the game I realize it is a fantastic game for a release price of 30 bucks. As any cheap game it will have many quirks that are unavoidable and frustrating (especially the final scene). The thing that suprised me was how entertaining the game actually was to me personally.
Summary: I didn't know what to expect with this game mostly because at the price you would think of it as a budget title. But I was pleasantly surprised once I started playing it. It is a very well done game that teaches you survival skills while you play, and is all voiced over by Bear which is great.