Explore uma área de caça africana 5x maior que os outros jogos Cabela’s® a pé ou com um veículos, onde você ficará cara a cara com os animais mais ferozes do planeta tentando derrubar os maiores dos "Big 5": rinocerontes, leões, leopardos, búfalos e elefantes africanos!
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Data de lançamento: 16 Out, 2013
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Explore uma área de caça africana 5x maior que os outros jogos Cabela’s® a pé ou com um veículos, onde você ficará cara a cara com os animais mais ferozes do planeta tentando derrubar os maiores dos "Big 5": rinocerontes, leões, leopardos, búfalos e elefantes africanos!

  • Com vastas áreas de caça 5x maiores que qualquer outro jogo Cabela’s®
  • "Big 5" memorável; lutas desafiadores e divertidas contra animais chefes
  • Nova história para explorar
  • Entre e saia do seu veículo a qualquer hora em qualquer lugar para enfrentar uma manada de búfalos, matilhas de predadores, e presas dos sonhos por 5 biomas diferentes!
  • Dois modos empolgantes: Modo Safari: progressão de carreira baseada em missões; Galerias de Tiro.
  • Ampla seleção de armas e carregamentos para perseguir, desviar e lutar com os animais mais ferozes vivos

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® XP 32-bit (with Service Pack 3)
    • Processor: Intel Core® 2 Duo E2200 @2.2GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ Socket AM2 @2.2GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVidia GeForce 8600 GT 512MB/ AMD HD 4650 512MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 9 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • Additional Notes: Internet connection required for activation.
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
0.1 hrs em registo
Publicada: 3 Maio
♥♥♥♥♥♥ 3rd person shooter
Dont buy!!!
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69 de 84 pessoas (82%) acharam esta análise útil
3.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 21 de Novembro de 2013
Cabela's African Adventures took me by surprise. I used to think these games were all about hunting in first person view, but they're actually played in third person. At least I was right about the hunting aspect.

The game is split up into big, open areas. You can collect treasures, explore the world, do sidequests and, later on, hunt for the bigger enemies (which act as some sort of boss fight). There are 5 or 6 worls, with different environments and the hunting aspect is in fact kinda fun to do. No, it's not brilliant or anything, but entertaining. But by the time you reach world 3 or 4 you've probably seen it all. That's where I grew tired of the game. I'm sure most of you will, too. But I had a good time with it. It's a good pastime.

One more thing; the menus are a ♥♥♥♥♥ to navigate so I had actually overwritten my savegame when I was 2 hours into the game. Had to start all over again... The fact that you can't select a resolution above 1920x1080 was also a bit of a letdown.

[Rating: 72/100]
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37 de 39 pessoas (95%) acharam esta análise útil
14.5 hrs em registo
Publicada: 29 de Dezembro de 2014
This game is great and I want to make the distinction among the two types of Cabela's games since many people seemed to be confused what they expect the game to be. Cabela in general tends to come out w/ 2 types of games- Realistic hunting simulators and arcade call of duty like shooting hunting games. I enjoy both but others who only prefer one need to make sure they're only getting the right one. Cabela's Hunting Expeditions and Cabela's Big Game Pro Hunts are the realistic ones for people that want to go that route. Games like Cabela's African Adventures and Cabela's Dangerous Hunts are more arcade shoot em up style like COD and don't follow the realism or rules of conventional hunting, they're just mainly action packed shooting games. If you want a fun fast paced shooting game get African adventures, if you want a more realistic shooting game get Hunting expeditions and/or pro hunts. You'll have fun with this game if you're expecting the right thing.
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35 de 43 pessoas (81%) acharam esta análise útil
18.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 29 de Dezembro de 2013
As all games from Cabela’s, Cabela’s African Adventures is focused in a story rather than real hunting. Once you finish the game, in story mode, there isn’t much you can do here other than roaming around the areas hunting normal game animals or repeating the story.
Besides the story mode, this time, they also present a “Shooting Galleries” mode where you can walk along some tracks and shoot animals like an arcade game, which offers a bit more fun (and game time) to the game.

The game story is revealed with some nice animations resembling a comic book. Here, you get to be a big hunter called Mason going on a African safari, from the savannah to the desert and jungle.
Mason is payed to try to find the pieces of a lost tribal statue meanwhile hunting the dangerous animals, and in the course of the story it will also get a bit romantic.

As for the game, it has decent graphics (not too real, not too dummy-like) and a fair enough of everything, from weapons to animals, areas and missions. As you play along, you can upgrade the weapons by finding hidden objects (fossils) and besides the story missions you also have some free hunts you can do to earn XP and unlock hunting abilities.
After some time playing, you will start to feel that the missions resemble one each other, being to stalk or survive or shooting/boss fight, but they will have you entertained and busy while playing them.
As for the animals, they don’t have that much dynamic. Not that they have fixed paths or behavior but after some time they also feel kinda repetitive and other times they even will get stuck in the environment. But like I said before, it’s fair enough.

The price, as all cabela’s games, is a bit high (imo) mainly because they are always kinda one use games – when you finish them, there isn’t much to (re)play them again…

Overall, I had a great time playing this game and if you get it on Steam it also includes 33 achievements that you can try to hunt down.

Check my game play and maps at http://hucorner.imbl.net
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38 de 59 pessoas (64%) acharam esta análise útil
1.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 2 de Maio de 2014
Ok so I didn't expect much from this game, but when it said local co-op I didn't think it meant a piece of crap arcade shooting game... I was hoping it meant that a couple of my friends and I could roam around hunting for animals and maybe leveling up our characters. Honestly this game isn't worth the $10 I paid for it. It's just so unrealilistic. Since when is it possible to roll right next to an animal and not spook it. If you are going to make a hunting game at least make it like actual hunting not some tom clancy splinter cell game. When you go on a hunt it's all staged fighting you don't actual hunt the animal. In order to get attachments for your weapon you have to find fossils, but the fossils aren't even there it's just a flashing light. It's just a piece of crap if you ask me, and I know why it was on sale... If you are looking for a hunting game I don't recommend this game.
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