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Remington Super Slam Hunting Africa

4.1 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews
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  • Hunt the African Big 5: Leopard, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo, Lion plus tons of other animals and birds
  • 40 actual, sponsored pieces of upgradable clothes and equipment
  • Four players, online leader board, two-player co-op mode with medals and achievement awards
  • 30 rounds spread out over East, West and South Africa

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

Hunt Africa’s most dangerous game! Stalk over 30 of Africa’s most lethal animals to fill your trophy room and become the greatest Hunter on the Dark Continent. Use over 30 real, licensed weapons, scopes, and accessories to climb your way to the top of the Online Leaderboards! Remington Super Slam Hunting: Africa features both competitive and cooperative multiplayer for up to 4 players. Compete for 175 achievements and trophies. More than 30 unique and dangerous environments await you! No passport required.

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Platform:Nintendo Wii
ASIN B003XLUJ86
Release date November 9, 2010
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4.1 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #13,135 in videogames
#552 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.4 x 0.6 x 7.6 inches
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By G. Mcinnis on December 16, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
Ok, this game is very similar to the North American version, both are good games. So if you want the basic info on these games, read my North American review. If you want to know the differences to figure out which one to buy, this review is what you need to read.
First of all, this game is far more exotic and has a few more areas to hunt than the North America game. Theres a wider variety of enviroments and animals. However, there are many more dangerous animals, which adds more difficulty. The big 5 of africa is in this game, all huntable. The arcade style shooter game works great- the animals normally travel in herds, and it makes it fun when predators show up.
This game rivals dangerous hunts 2011, but probably wins. Theres no crappy storyline crammed in this game, merely shooting to get a high score by yourself, or with friends, or you can go against your friends in VS. mode. You start off hunting Wildebeest, but very soon many more animals are introduced. This game is highly simple, but in a good way.
Graphics are just as good as North America. Dont let that decide what you want to buy- it depends on what animals you want to hunt and where. All the equipment in both games is sponsored, not some crappy fake stuff. Hope I helped!
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
What would happen if you combined a Wii rail shooter like Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles, a hunting game, and an exotic locale like Africa all into one game? You would probably get an explosion of arcade awesomeness like Remington Super Slam Hunting Africa. I picked this game up because I was tired of the boring sit and wait hunting games that we've seen so much of on the Wii. (Cabela's i'm looking at you.) Every year there seems to be at least one if not more new Cabela's hunting game with little change or improvement over the last. I've gotten tired of paying a premium price for a cheap game and a bundled plastic gun. I picked up this game because of its bargain price, and I gotta say, it is well worth it.

First off, the action in Super Slam Africa is non-stop. There isn't any sitting around and waiting for animals to appear, and then walking to a new location and waiting to do the same thing. The game is an arcade style rail shooter so all you have to do is aim and shoot. The game progresses through the level for you so you aren't just sitting in one spot, and there is always something on screen to shoot at. Shooting animals on its own in a game isn't that fun but Super Slam Africa really gets you to want to replay previous levels and increase your score. Sometimes you'll see an animal you didn't really notice before. As you progress you unlock cooler guns, scopes, glasses, gloves, etc that all give you an added bonus to do better than you did before. If you get a high score you can submit it to an online leader board and see how your score fares against the rest of the world. Its fun to use a gun you earned in a late level back on earlier stages to see how much better you can do. There are a lot of gun options too, and you always have two guns at once.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
I don't normally write reviews unless I am truely impressed by a product. This game is so much fun. My family doesn't have any prefernce when it comes to shooting or hunting games. This is our first. My daughter initially wanted a Cabela hunting game for Christmas but after watching the video, I figured it was too involved and picked up this instead, not to mention she could get 2 games for the price of the Cabela. I am so happy with my decision. My family and I have had a lot of fun playing this game together. We all take turns on single player mode because the co-op mode, although fun, does not count toward clearing the board and getting to the next level. This has not taken away from the fun of the game at all. We coach each other along shouting, "Reload!" "Watch out for this!" "Watch out for that!." Great family time. Incidentally, my husband just yesterday picked up one of the Cabela games because this Remington game has peaked our interest in hunting games. Well, we loaded the Cabela game and none of us could even figure out out how to find any animals to shoot. That game is for the more advanced gamer. Remington is just pure fun. My husband is happy to have the orange Cabela shotgun, but other than that, we will stick with the rail games and Remington is at the top of the list.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Length: 3:31 Mins
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
I bought this as a middle ground for our family to play. We have two other similar games and are big fans of the rail style shooters so I went ahead and gave this a shot. So far its just good simple fun. The first few levels are a bit frustrating, but just when you're about to throw in the towel, you get a new gun. Then some other accessories. Then more. And while the gun is getting more accurate, the targets are getting faster and more difficult. For a casual game to play here and there it is very good. If you'd rather sit there and hammer out the whole game, I'd say its worth the price although might be a bit repetitive in that situation.

Good family/party game although the animals at times make some vaguely distrubing dying noises before vanishing from the screen.

Compared to some of the Cabela's games we have played, this one has more simplistic graphics and requires more precise shooting than either Dangerous Hunts 2011 or North American Adventures. Its a nice balance and checking out the trophies and treasures is pretty fun.

We have the Top Shot Elite guns and they would not work properly on this game as is. If you just have the Wiimote, the B button is the trigger and I believe the A is the reload. There are other options to adjust the controls, but as of yet, I haven't found how to work it with the nunchuck. Even so, using just the Wiimote is easily manageable.
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