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- Track and hunt deadly beasts from every continent
- Multiple modes of play - Quick Hunt, Action Zone, Career Hunt
- Thousands of pieces of real hunting gear options - Take your pick of rifle, handgun, bow, crossbow, hunting knives, scopes and more
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Play as a thrill-seeking, expert hunter. Level design uses natural barriers to direct you with startling surprise encounters with animals intent on killing you. An all-new Companion System helps guide you through the environment and serves as a resource you will need to protect you or seometimes act as bait. Snipe, shoot from the back of a vehicle and fight up-close and personal. With limited ammunition at hand, you'll need to use environmental objects for defense. During vicious hand-to-claw combat, you'll need to slash with the knife, block with your forearm, or smack the snout with the butt of your rifle.
From the Manufacturer
Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2006 lets you live the silent thrill of stalking and hunting an animal that would do the same to you. Travel to exotic locales around the globe, and test yourself against the world's most ferocious creatures.
- Encounter Grizzly bears, rhinos, leopards, Cape Buffalo, and many more--in palm sweaty, heart-pounding hunting action
- Three unique gameplay modes: try Quick Hunt for one season or one kill; Action Zone for arcade-style hunting; or Career Path where you'll pick missions and follow the path of the pro hunter
- Realize first-hand what every hunter fears most with terrifying Kill or Be Killed hunting action never before released
Top Customer Reviews
HOWEVER - hunting in Dangerous Hunts 2 is very unlike previous Cabela's hunting games. You no longer have options regarding equipment other than a very limited choice of weapons. Picking between a wide variety of rifles, shotguns, pistols, or bows? Nope. Choice of ammunition for firearms? Negative. Choosing calls, lures, decoys, stands, or other equipment? Gone. Picking out optimum camouflage? Not anymore. Sighting in your weapon? No way. For some unfathomable reason, Cabela's decided that these features should no longer be present in this sequel. Stealth, important in real-life hunts, and in good hunting simulators, is a non-issue here. Overall, this game fails miserably. Dangerous Hunts 2 has only 2 redeeming values - compared to previous Cabela's titles, the graphics are much better, and the game itself isn't glitchy (glitchiness heretofore being a hallmark of Cabela's games). However, great graphics and non-glitchy behavior cannot compensate for the atrocious game play. Trust me on this - if you must try this game, rent before you buy.
By the way: If you're looking for a decent hunting game for the PS2, try the first Dangerous Hunts, or one of the Big Game Hunter or Outdoor Adventure titles. I personally recommend the first Dangerous Hunts. All of the features I described above as being missing from Dangerous Hunts 2 are present in its predecessor. It was a hunting simulator - you needed to combine stealth with the right combination of equipment to get your kill.
There is nothing in the description of the game warns you that this is what you'll be in for. I looked at it after playing the game all the way through, and there were still no hints that it would be anything other than a hunting game with more features than the last. While I have to admit that I found this game to be enjoyable for an afternoon diversion, it was not at all what I was looking for when I purchased it, nor do I find what little enjoyment I got from it to be worth the price of this game, even used. I finished it in only about four hours, and I'm far from being a video game master shot. I hoped that once finishing the storyline, you might be able to hunt in these terrains freely, but instead you can only do the missions and the three deer hunts over again. Don't waste your money on this. If the idea of taking some easy blasts at rabid animals appeals to you, borrow this game from a friend, but I wouldn't make any stronger effort to play it.