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Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 09 - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen

Price: CDN$ 37.97
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  • UPC: 047875756854
  • Weight: 149 grams
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0018RWMRI
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 14 x 0.6 cm ; 150 g
  • Release Date: Sept. 23 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,385 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Valerie Sharp on Nov. 7 2011
Format: Video Game Verified Purchase
Now I have to say that despite this low rating for this game, I am a huge! Cabela hunting game fan, they are to me the best in the business for hunting games!

Which most likely was part of the reason I was not happy that this game never got off the ground for me.. I am one of those middle age ladies that loves her wii, and this game proved very hard to learn to play, and basicly I can't get past the first couple hunts without dying.. over and over again.

I don't mind games getting more challanging as it goes and its good to be able to have to work for it, but when you can't live long enough to really even learn the game, it makes it not so much fun..

So leave this one to the kids that have lot better reflex's then I have! LOL
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Do Not Waste you Money Jan. 5 2009
By Devin O. Farmer - Published on
Format: Video Game Fun:   
This game is ridiculous. Every animal in the game is trying to attack you and eat you. From Lions, bears, snakes, hyenas, piranas, and yes, even elk and moose will try to kill you. I shot at both an elk and a moose from 150 yards and they both tried to come gore me with their racks. My charachter was able to wrestle the 1000 lb moose with it's rack until it ran away.

The storyline is so unprobable it makes it worse. The main charachter is a loser hick, who talks like he has a pole up his rear. The charachter acting is horrible. And not only are all the animals always trying to kill him, no matter where he is going, nature is trying to kill him too. From avalanches to floods, he is always in the worst place at the right time. He happens to be hunting lions, when the whole hunting colony is attacked by verocious lions jumping in over tall fence to come eat everyone. And planes crash when he is out hunting and he has to go save victims who are being eaten by jaguars.

The game storyline would have been better if they claimed aliens had taken over all the animals and were after the loser hick hunter who had a magical power or something.

And to finish it off, the menus in the game look like coded graphics from the original nintendo in the 80's. They definitely did not spend any $ for some good programmers to complete the menus. And they probably got the voice acting from bums off the street for $5.

Don't waste your money. To think that Cabellas, a hunting company put this gross attempt together or even endorsed it is a shame to their name.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Beware of the Savage Beasts! Fun if not SCARY video game Aug. 7 2009
By T. Jackson - Published on
Format: Video Game Fun:   
This is a really cool game! You play a big game hunter who's friend is killed by a bear and have to find the perfect throphy animal.
But you are NOT going to hunt harmless animals. Oh no!
You have to hunt some of the MOST feirce and dangerous animals on the planet! Which include lions, wolves, elephants, grizzly bears, tigers, hyenas, rhinos, leopards, jaguars and much more.
You also hunt in 9 different locations including the African savannah, the Russian artic and the South American rainforest.
You have a wide array of weapons to use to stop the animals but be careful you have to be fast and accurate in shooting them. Beacuse if you fail to kill them you'll have to fight him hand to paw.
But you also have to pay attention because it's very possible that the animals are going to have buddies to help them out.
There is some pretty violent scenes and some swearing so little kids shouldn't play this game.
We humans like to think we're on top of the food chain but after you play this game you might think twice about that.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Unrealistic Jan. 5 2009
By Westley Rosenbaum - Published on
Format: Video Game Fun:   
Although it would be pretty cool to go hunting in Africa and such, this game is way unrealistic. Saying that, it makes it kind of corny too. It seems like they tried too hard to make it action-packed. The game starts off too fast, with too much action off the bat to make it very unrealistic. It seems like everywhere you walk something big and dangerous jumps out and attacks you, putting you in this unrealistic situation in which they try to make it seem all dramatic, where you have to "rappidly tap" the button that is commanded to kill the animal and escape unharmed. Overall, not the worst game. It's still kind of fun to play a hunting game, but the most I would pay for this is probably $20.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Wasn't what I thought. Dec 26 2008
By Wayne Berg - Published on
Format: Video Game Fun:   
The game is really corny. There is really no free roam. There really is no hunting the animal. The animal hunts you. I had an elk attack me because I shot at it from over a 100 yards away. Not realistic at all. This game is not worth the money.
Buy it for $10 or less, or not at all June 13 2014
By Codey - Published on
Format: Video Game Verified Purchase
I was expecting a free-roaming Cabela's where, if you're not careful, your prey will fight back. I can't say any of that is true.

You have a little more room to adventure the environment than some other Cabela's games (Big Game Hunter '12, for instance), but it is not at all free-roaming. There are invisible walls everywhere.

The point system for your kills is just stupid. If you want the most points for a kill, you're best off running up to the animal and engaging it in their "quick" time hand-to-hand kills. These are a complete joke: they give you more than enough time to push the button, and there is no penalty for pushing a wrong button as long as you press the right button within the given amount of time. The animations for these events are ridiculous as well. It feels like you stepped out of the hunter game and entered Assassin's Creed with how this guy fights at close range: flipping wolves over his shoulder from behind his back with the butt of his gun, and immediately smacking the next one in the face. They tried far too hard to make this an action/hunter game.

The animals themselves seem far too aware of your existence. Even crouching in the shadows and using scent-cover, they have a very good chance of spotting you and then attempting to gore your face off. And while some of their behavior is realistic, much of it isn't. Yes, bull moose or elk are incredibly dangerous in real life and will attack if provoked, but in the first real mission, a walled settlement is attacked by a so-called pride of lions that is made up of apparently only male lions (roughly seven of them), who try to drag off men armed with rifles.

These are all very big annoyances I have with this game, but it isn't so awful that I'm not going to finish it. I was lucky enough to pick it up for about $7, and for a price like that, it's not a horrible game. I've certainly played worse.

If you aren't looking for realism, or a hunting game that focuses on actually shooting your prey, then I guess you might enjoy it more than I did. Maybe someone's twelve-year-old kid will enjoy it well enough. But if you're looking for a serious hunting game, avoid this. Pick up a different Cabela's. Even Big Game Hunter '12 is better, and it's pretty much a rail shooter where you control the speed.

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