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posted by HintofLime (INDIANAPOLIS, IN) Mar 25, 2011

Member since Mar 2011

I got this game due its suggestive 'non-violent' name including the word, 'arcade'.

Typically, what comes to mind is a carnival-like setting.

I don't believe in hunting...shooting to kill for sport. So, what I have been in search of is a shoot-up game that is non-violent or at the very least not realistic with its violence.

Such games would include, shooting aliens to protect the earth or killing huge spiders or in this case...shooting in an arcade at targets...or so I thought.

Rather, this was a huge disappointment in expectation.

Keep in mind, it might very well be a good game...but after 2min...I had to shut it off.

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Fun for a couple of nights. :)

posted by pinkwerewolf (FORT WORTH, TX) Feb 16, 2012

Member since Jul 2011

Not a bad shooting game to be honest, it's just short, and needs some work. Otherwise a fun shooter that is a little different :) PETA people would not be happy with this game though... haha!

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Bottom Shot Arcade

posted by JMichaud (BETHESDA, MD) Mar 19, 2011

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Member since Jan 2008

3 out of 3 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Top Shot Arcade promises to be better than your average on rails hunting game, but it turns out to be worse than your average on rails hunting game.
There are 90 levels that are available to play - but each level lasts about a minute, which makes this game have about one an a half hour’s worth of hunting on it.
It would be great if every time you played the same level was different from the last time, but that’s not the case here. The animals appear in the same locations and go in the same path every time. This vastly reduces the replay value.
Another problem with this game is you only get one gun - a hunting rifle. No shotguns and no pistols like you find in other games of the genre. What’s even worse is after firing a shot, you have to manually load the next bullet into the chamber. It annoying.
There are a few interesting bonus games you come across as you proceed through the stages, but they aren’t enough to overcome the all to mundane main stages.
And you can play this game with up to four players, but there are other on rails hunting games that will let you do that - and give you a better choice of weapons.
Top Shot Arcade just doesn’t measure up to the competition. SKIP IT.

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