I HAVE CABEKAS BIG BUCK HUNTER OR BIG GAME HUNTER FOR THE WII IT ISINT THAT GREAT. THE CONTROLES ARE JUST TO UNSTABLE THE GUN THAT YOU PUT THE CONTROLERS IN SUCKS TO MANY BUTTONS TO LOOK FOR WHILE ITS AT YOUR SHOLDER. THE CAMPAIN PART OF THE GAME IS LAME TO, IT TOOK ABOUT AN HOUR JUST TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO WALK AND NOT BE STUCK LOOKIN AT THE GROUND OR SKY THE WHOLE TIME. I WANT TO JUST GRAB A FEW BUDDIES AND GO DOWN TO THE 7-11 AND PICK UP THERE BIG BUCK HUNTER GAME AND PUT IT IN THE BACK OF MY TRUCK AND TAKE IT HOME. IT WOULD LOOK GRATE IN THE CORNER OF THE GARAGE, WHEN THEY FIRST GOT IT WE WHERE DOWN THERE FOR HOURS EVERY OTHER DAY. IT PROBLY LOOKED FUNNY SEEIN 4 GROWN MEN CROWDED AROUND A ARCADE GAME FOR HOURS WITH A BUNCH OF PISSED OF KIDDS WITH HAND FULLS OF QUARTER WAITIN FOR US TO GET OUT OF THE WAY. OURS HAS TURKEY HUNTIN ON IT AS WELL!!
:lol: I ould see you walking in there to take that game. Nowadays, the big thing is smash and grab of the ATM's in convenience stores. I can see the headlines "Thieves brak into 7-11, and steal...... Video games.... "
My wife and I play that game all the time. We also bought it for home, we got it a walmart. its a gun with a sensor you put on top of your tv. the gun plugs into a video input on the tv. its not as good as the bar game but still pretty fun, I also have 5 or 6 cabelas hunting games for my wii. there pretty fun, i dont use the gun that comes with it though. i just use the controller and nunchuck. My favorite game is Deer hunt 2005 for the xbox, unfortuanitly my son broke the disk a couple years ago.
Love that game,evertime i come across one i drop bout $20....Bass Pro in Orlando has one in store,their screen is huge...like my hunt'n luck though i did'nt have no monie's on me just that dadburn plastic....
I am not a video gamer in any way but whenever I see that game at a bar I am all over it. I remeber when I would go to work with my dad on take your kids to work day, he would take me to his favorite breakfast place and they had the game. I would blow a rediculous amount of quarters on it everytime. That game is way to awesome. So you can play that on people's home video games? You guys just might turn me into a gamer yet!
If you're lucky enough to be on private land and can leave your stand up during the off season you can tie an old piece of cloth or something of the sort to your stand. I like to use an old camo bandana that I have. That way the deer get used to the movement and eventually don't bother even looking up when there is slight movement. This may just give you the time to draw your bow or raise your gun without being detected.