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Remington Super Slam Hunting: Africa


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Bad game

posted by Jhai (HIGHLAND, CA) Aug 15, 2011

Member since Aug 2011

This is one of the worst games that I have ever played. I would take this game off game fly and trash it. The game play mode is out of the 80's. If you are thinking about renting this game let me save you sometime don't.

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Just okay

posted by Shelli (ONTARIO, CA) Aug 21, 2011

Member since Aug 2011

Its an okay hunting game but needs to give more guns sooner.

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For those looking for a cheap hunting game

posted by JMichaud (BETHESDA, MD) Dec 16, 2010

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1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

The hunting game - the game where you go out and shoot any creature that moves out there (well, almost; you’re not allowed to shoot does).
Remington Super Slam Hunting: Africa tries to be a cheaper version of Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011, utilizing the on rail shooting parts of Cabela.
In the single player mode, there are 35 levels, but all are locked except the first one. In each level you get points by shooting certain animals. You get more points if you get a vitals shot, a streak of consecutive hits, shooting valid targets from a long distance away, and finding masks (there are one in each level.)
As you go through the level, you get Wiley Vision which slows down the action for a short while making it easier to shoot targets.
Each level has medal requirements for gold, silver and bronze according to the number of points you accumulate in that level (gold has the toughest requirements, silver the second toughest, and bronze the easiest.) If you fail to score enough points to get any medal, you have to go through that level again.
If you pass, you unlock the next level where you do the same thing all over again. But you do get to unlock better guns, scopes, and other equipment to make it easier to get a high score.
But the presentation of this game is about as bland as you can get - you’re just going through the motions with some guy saying the same few lines over and over again.
And the multiplayer is nothing more than play a level unlocked in single player mode with up to four players. You can play as one team to see how many points all four players can get or as a contest to see who gets the must points.
It’s $20, but unless you’re looking for some cheap, bland hunting, I suggest you check out Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 instead of Remington Super Slam Hunting: Africa. SKIP IT.

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