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Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011

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Dangerous becomes deadly in Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011, where the player steps into the boots of American marksman Cole Rainsford, who has joined his estranged father on an African safari to hunt savage animals that have been terrorizing remote villages. Soon finding themselves stranded, their survival depends on cunning instinct and expert skill to make it out alive. Scripted by renowned scriptwriter and creative director Brad Santos (Resistance: Fall of Man, Tomb Raider: Legacy, The Saboteur) Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 is story of suspense, drama, and survival as the player faces tense, action packed kill-or-be killed scenarios. Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 redefines how first-person action games are played, utilizing the all new TOP SHOT ELITE wireless hunting controller, the first of its kind developed by the team at Activision that created the guitar controllers for the Guitar Hero franchise.

Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 Review

Combined with eerie atmospheres and intense battles, Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 served up an experience that is one of a kind on the Xbox 360. Sadly, marred by finicky controls, overly difficult boss battles, and lack of longevity, Dangerous Hunts 2011 is a title that could’ve been greater than the pieces it took to assemble it. The tired and tedious storyline has players in the role of a character who doesn’t receive much love from his father. On an expedition to hunt down big game for his brother’s 18th birthday, things go awry. Along the way, a mountain lion attacks, the father ridicules the main character for saving his life and then the players are thrust into a hunt to find the wounded critter. This side adventure propels the player into... Read Review

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