- Number of Players
- Adventure, Shooter
- Release Date
- 27th Sep 2011
- Controller Support
- DualShock 3, PlayStation Move, Top Shot Elite
Review Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 (PlayStation 3)
As the temperature starts to take its yearly dip and the vibrant colours of summer fade unto the pastels of the autumn, it can mean only one thing: it's hunting season. The time has finally arrived to polish up your rifle, unpack your camouflage and trek out into the wilderness to land that trophy buck. Coinciding with the opening...
About The Game
A New Level of Fun and Challenge to the World’s Most Popular Hunting Series
With the world as their playground, players will explore a vast expanse of mountains and valleys with unprecedented choices in direction never before seen in a Cabela’s hunting game. Players can climb an area to get a better angle for the shot but risk being spotted, or they can take a low elevation route with poor visibility but plenty of concealment. Nature doesn’t always wait for you to make the first move as the dynamic weather and natural hazards make the hunt even more challenging.
The challenge doesn’t end there. Cabela’s Big Game Hunter 2012 ups the ante with the most realistic animals ever seen in the Cabela’s series. Every animal’s unique movement gives clues on what the animal will do next. In order to bag the trophies, players will have to avoid detection through cunning, skill, and deception. They must also utilize master hunting skills such as advanced stalking techniques so they can quickly move through cover and close in on their targets.
A hunter is nothing without his firearm, which is why Cabela’s Big Game Hunter 2012 offers up the coolest hunting rifles and shotguns available. Players will always have the right gear and they can purchase upgrades, producing visible strengths and weaknesses depending on the situation. Having the best equipment is only part of the equation as players will have to be the best. Advanced shooting techniques such as accounting for wind direction and bullet drop are critical to making the perfect shot.
With new multiplayer modes, gamers can enjoy playing with friends and family! Up to four people can take turns, work together or challenge each other in different arcade shooting galleries. With new modes such as Reflex and Target Shooting, Cabela’s Big Game Hunter 2012 has enough fun to keep players hunting with friends for a long time!
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