I liked this one as well as most of the Remmington shooters. The only thing that should be improved is it would be nice if you could see your high score for each round before beginning. Very competitive.
This is a game for everyone who likes to shoot. Good for friends and family who are very competitive. You can spend hours trying to beat each others scores and can be played by just about anyone who can hold a controller. My 4 and 6 year old grandsons as well as my wife are competing for high scores as is my son and I. This a family friendly game (unless my wife beats me). It is truly a " just one more round" kind of game.
This game has a similar title to Remington Super Slam Hunting Africa, but this game is much different than that game.
North America has you going through 30 levels of rail shooting action. The basics are all here: You shoot bucks to get points, and get more points for vital hits (heart, head, lung), long distance shots, consecutive hits in a row, and really big bucks.
But that’s featured in many a deer hunting games, and this particular game doesn’t add anything new to the mix, even with gold deer that stick out like a sore thumb
Does it mean this game is bad? No, not at all. It does all the standard fare and gives the average thrills you get from this sort of game. And it is easy to pick up and play - with up to three other players.
But this game could use better weapons, better presentation, or something to make it stand out from the rest of the genre.
If you’re a big time fan of the hunting genre, then you should give it a try. If not, then you shouldn’t give Remington Super Slam Hunting: North America a second look. SKIP IT.