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Cabela's African Adventures

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Explore the vast wilderness of Africa on foot and by vehicle, where you’ll go head to head with the most ferocious beasts on the planet as you attempt to take down the biggest of the "Big 5:" The Rhino, Lion, Leopard, Cape Buffalo & African Elephant!Key Features:Features vast hunting areas 5x the size of any other Cabela’s® console game
Highly memorable “Big 5”; challenging and fun boss animal fights.
All-new, exciting storyline to explore
Enter and leave your vehicle anytime, anywhere while you take on large herds of stampeding buffalo, packs of predators, and dream prey across 5 different biomes!
There are two exciting modes: Safari Mode: mission-based career progression; Shooting Galleries.
A wide selection of firearms and load-outs to stalk, dodge, and grapple with the most ferocious beasts alive

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System requirements for PC

  • 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
  • Storage: 9 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
  • Additional Notes: Internet connection required for activation.
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Last Modified: Apr 1, 2021

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Safari Guide
Unlock all trophies
Efficiency to the Max
Take down all the animals between 2 gates in a Shooting Gallery Map
Dodge This!
Dodge an Elephant, Hippo, Rhino, and Buffalo at least once during Story Mode
Full Options
Unlock all the abilities
Lucky Guess
Gather at least 20 Fossils
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Cabela's African Adventures reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Maybe it's a good Game and fun ... Maybe... Unfortunately, I can't judge it, because the Controls are so poor that I did an Al-F4 ragequit after about a quarter of An hour. Whenever I want to rotate around more than 30 Degrees, the Character turns completely around! This annoys animal and makes the Game unplayable for me, as I am constantly running somewhere I don't want to go at all. I regret buying the Game.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Wow, then became more than I wanted to write and I didn't even write everything I wanted to write. But here's a quick Recap: The Game is okay. It's better than any other Cabela's Games on Steam, but it's not a good Hunting Simulator. Hunting Unlimited on Steam, is here continues to be the best Hunting Simulator, at Least on Steam. -Otherwise, you can forget that. Here's a full Review, a lot of Criticism, but what do you want me to expect? http://www.schnittberichte.com/review.php?ID=3973
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Microsoft from French
I loved the first Cabela's that I had played (dangerous hunts 2013), very close to a call of duty, we go from point a to point B, following a well-defined course where improvisation was banished. So I was expecting a continuation of the same style. Well, not at all. Cabela's African adventures, instead proposes an open world, in which you will have some actions to do: discover all the nooks of the map (easy!), reap all the fossils, discover all the spots of sight, and do the missions hunting annexes open map (kill x times an animal). In spite of this, you will follow a story by doing missions that appear on the open map, and in these missions have found themselves very close to the first Cabela to which I played, where improvisation is banished. Two types of missions will be offered in the story mode: kill a single animal by sneaking among others on the lookout; or survive a very specific Horde. Once all the main missions have been completed, the game proposes to switch to another of the 4 open maps available in the game. Each has a few specimens specific to its open map. The story mode will take you between 7 and 9 hours to complete it at 100% with all the searches of the collectibles. You can then if you want to switch to the "Gallery" mode which is rail-shooter, which already existed in the previous Opus. Success is between 8 and 10 hours to get to grips with it. Successes are not complicated to get, and some well-made guides can guide you. The +:-an open world interspersed with scripted missions-4 open map different from each other-no bugs-pretty icons-:-a pretty light bestiary. Where are the monkeys? -Music a little repetitive-I hate hunting, but in video games it goes better;] -No French translation, although it is easy to understand the successes:-solo: Yes (30 story; 3 rail-shooter)-multi: non-duration: between 8 and 10 hours-difficulty: normal
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