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About the product
- Bring the excitement to your flat screen TV with the power of the Sure Shot HD console
- Features 1080P High Definition graphics with 360 challenging levels and 18 bonus games
- Connect online to post on leaderboards, participate in tournaments, or purchase more games
- Includes 1 Bluetooth Wireless Controller, 1 Sure Shot HD Console, and 1 copy of game
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Bring the exciting arcade experience of Big Buck Hunter into your living room! This 1080p high-definition video game system hooks up to your HD TV to provide an interactive experience of this classic shooter game for friends and family through its Bluetooth wireless blaster controller. The Wi-Fi enabled console lets you download more exciting games and connect with other players through leaderboards and live tournaments. System is preloaded with the complete Big Buck Hunter Pro game, with 6 adventures, 360 levels and 18 bonus games for hours and hours of fun. Game is capable of head-to-head competition with the addition of a second gun. Bluetooth Blaster features convertible stock, accurate aiming, instant response trigger and rapid reload pump action. System includes HD console, Bluetooth wireless controller, Big Buck Hunter Pro game, Big Buck Safari game, HDMI connection cable and USB power cable. Controller requires 3 AA batteries (not included).
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When it works, it's awesome fun. I had an issue with the gun(s) not calibrating or the system randomly locking up for no apparent reason. I tried different power supplies and different guns with totally random results. It usually took 7-10 reboots (power off/on) to get it to recognize a gun. Sure Shot eventually (a half dozen emails back and forth with diagnostic/troubleshooting info) agreed to send me a new system after I sent my diagnostics and my proof of purchase. Kudos to them for that.
IMPORTANT: It does not work well with TV's above 32" because of the 5' to 8' range of the guns. I tried it on a 49" and was barely able to get it to work. Once I moved to a 32" TV, it worked quite well. So if you're sporting that new 70" 4k TV hoping to slay some bucks or moose... lower your expectations... and screen size.
Hopefully the new system works 100% of the time because this IS fun. But given my experience, I'm not too hopeful.
However I have to say that it doesn't hit the spot when it comes to bringing the experience home.
The game is the same game you find in the arcade. Keep in mind that this isn't "Big Buck Hunter HD" it's "Big Buck Hunter Pro". The name of the company is Sure Shot HD so it might confuse some people.
My issues with this product are:
1. Build quality - The build of the gun seems fine at first but when I looked closer, the sensor at the tip of barrel isn't placed very securely in the gun. I was still able to calibrate close enough to play the game but I don't expect the gun to last long.
2. Game Performance - The performance of the console was the deal breaker for me. The hardware seems underpowered to run this game properly. There is severe lag and slow downs in the game that make it difficult to play. This makes the fast paced nature of some of the scenes impossible to play.
I would recommend skipping this and waiting for a second gen or another company to remake this game with better hardware or more optimized software.
Even with its use as a single gun game, it is extremely slow. You will not be snap aiming at all. You can see the extreme lag on the menus as it raws a cursor while you move the gun around.
Additionally the game itself is simply underpowered. There are very few targets on screen at one time which makes for a mediocre experience.
The unit requires a 2amp usb port to function. The highest I have seen on a TV is 900ma so an external adapter is required.