Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts Wii Game  » Games  »
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  • My husband received this Wii game for Christmas and it quickly became one of our family's favorite and most-played Wii games
  • It does not require a peripheral, but I highly recommend having some sort of gun peripheral
  • The gun really enhances the hunting experience

    • by ls_mom

      My husband received this Wii game for Christmas and it quickly became one of our family’s favorite and most-played Wii games. This is a hunting game which can be played in story mode or shooting gallery mode. It does not require a peripheral, but I highly recommend having some sort of gun peripheral. I can’t imagine playing this with the Wii remote and nunchuk alone. The “gun” really enhances the hunting experience.

      Unlike Bass Pro’s “The Hunt,” you are not hunting for game in a

      tournament competition. The goal of Dangerous Hunts is to stay alive! A variety of animals attack you as you progress through the game - wolves, lions, hyenas, baboons, rhinos, crocs, and more. Using a variety of weapons, such as your rifle, shotgun, pistol, and crossbow, the player aims for vital organs and blasts away.

      In story mode, you become a fictional character out hunting first with his dad and brother and later, on his own. The story alternates between real time hunting on an expedition in Africa and flashbacks to previous hunting trips in Alaska as a teenager. As mentioned, the main objective is to stay alive and also to pass each level, reaching the final level or end of the game.

      In shooting gallery mode, animals run past and you shoot as many as you can for points…or, in our house - bragging rights!

      Here are some of our family’s likes and dislikes about Dangerous Hunts:

      LIKES: Entertaining and challenging for all members of our family (ages 10, 11, 39, 41) Multiple profiles - ...

      • Cabela's Dangerous Hunts Wii Game
      each person can play at his/her own pace Realistic graphics without pushing it too far for younger players Multiple modes of play - even though we completed the story mode quickly, we are still enjoying the shooting gallery mode and trying to beat each others’ scores.

      DISLIKES: Motion sickness - you can’t play this game for very long without feeling a little queasy - all four of us have experienced this. It’s especially difficult to watch someone else play.

      Story mode needs more levels - we quickly conquered this

      game. Granted, we played it A LOT, but nevertheless, we completed the story component of the game in 2 weeks.

      Final thoughts: This is a very fun (and addictive) Wii game for adults and older children. Please note, it is a violent game. Animals attack humans in this game and the humans respond by shooting the animals. It is rated T for Teen. We felt our girls (ages 10 & 11) were old enough to handle this game, but I would not recommend it for children under the age of 10.

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