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You may be able to shoot animals but I tend to shoot the trees. Those evil trees.
28 Sep 2011
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Take a peek at the latest addition to the Cabela's Big Game Hunter series: Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012!
31 Aug 2011
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Part 2 of 2. Classic Game Room previews CABELA'S BIG GAME HUNTER 2012 in the Adventure Stars Here truck tour across America from Cabela's and Activision
12 Jul 2012
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Cabela's Big Game Hunter: Hunting Party review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Cabela's Big Game Hunter: Hunting Party, a Kinect game from Activision for the Xbox 360. Hunting Party puts you in the title screen and comes with a crazy plastic gun, but unfortunately, everything else is pretty standard. It's exactly game you'd expect if you've played previous Cabela's games. You start the game by calibrating that crazy weapon, and as should be a weapon like that, it's complicated. Once you finally get through the setup, you get the usual offering of Cabela's gameplay modes. There's a campaign, there's surprisingly sparse multiplayer given the title and there are galleries. This video review features video gameplay footage of Cabela's Big Game Hunter: Hunting Party for the the Xbox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
10 Nov 2012
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Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 from Cauldron and Activision for the PlayStation 3. Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 is also available for the Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. These games date back more than eleven years now and have become the sportsman's equivalent to the Madden series, an annual celebration of lush beauty, lead bullets and lifeless bodies. This is an arcade style shooting game with light gun DNA. You make your way over hill and dale on a murderous rampage, shooting just about everything unfortunate enough to cross your path. The core gameplay here hasn't changed all that much since its days in the arcade. House of the Dead, Time Crisis, games like those serve as the more gamer centric ancestors to what Big Game Hunter has been doing for about a decade. The major difference from one Cabela's game to another is the content and in this case, the narrative. Animals are evil. They must be shot square in the face. This video review features video gameplay footage of Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
17 Nov 2012
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Cabela’s Big Game Hunter trailer. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR t-shirts and mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room’s CGR Trailers presents the launch trailer for the mobile version of CABELA’s BIG GAME HUNTER on iOS and Android devices. Cabela’s Big Game Hunter is available for free now on the App Store and Google Play. Enjoy!
31 Jan 2014
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19 Nov 2009
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Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 review. Classic Game Room reviews BIG GAME HUNTER 2012 for Playstation 3 PS3 with the Top Shot Elite assault rifle! Prepare for the great animal uprising of 2012 by learning to shoot fast and accurately in Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 hunting videogame on PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. Bang! Take that evil zebras! Pow! Dropping evil rabbits! Hunting fans may enjoy the storyline and hunting detail packed into the career mode in Big Game Hunter 2012. Arcade style shooting game fans will definitely enjoy the explosive blast-o-rama found in the shooting galleries and reflex modes. Invite some friends over, grab a few Top Shot Elite plastic rifles and prepare to rid the world of feral deer and evil lions forever! CGR Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 video review has gameplay from Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 on PS3 (also for Xbox 360 and Wii) showing Big Game Hunter 2012 game play in HD action!
8 Jul 2012
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Part 1 of 2. Classic Game Room sneak peak at Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 in the Cabela's tour truck!! Choo choo! Time to shoot some (videogame) animals! Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 is available on Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 videogame consoles and comes bundled with the Top Shot Elite assault rifle with over and under grenade launchers (I made that last part up.)
12 Jul 2012
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Best of Gamescom 2017 – Evolve Stage 2 – 2K Games – Turtle Rock Studios – Designer Chris Ashton – Director Phil Robb – Producer – Denby Grace - PlayStation 4 – Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox X – PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – CryEngine – Crytek – Take Two Interactive Evolve is a first-person shooter video game developed by Turtle Rock Studios, published by 2K Games and distributed by Take-Two Interactive. Announced in January 2014 and originally set to be released in late 2014, the game was delayed and released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in February 2015. Evolve uses an asymmetrical multiplayer structure, where five players—four playing as hunters and one as the monster—battle against each other on an industrialized alien planet called Shear. The hunters' gameplay is based on the first-person shooter design, while the monsters are controlled from a third-person perspective. The hunters' goal is to eliminate the monster, while the monster's goal is to consume wildlife and evolve to make themselves stronger. The game can be played alone or with multiple players. Evolve was Turtle Rock Studios' first major project after the company split from Valve Corporation in 2011. The concept for Evolve existed prior to the development of their previous game, Left 4 Dead. Inspired by hunting games such as Cabela's Big Game Hunter and Deer Hunter, the idea is to have prey that can strike back at the hunters. The monster design was originally intended to be esoteric but was later toned down. The game is powered by Crytek's CryEngine, as they believed that the engine is capable of creating the dark and dense forests featured in the game. Turtle Rock found difficulty when seeking publishers that could provide funding and marketing for the game. THQ was originally set to serve as the game's publisher, but the rights to the franchise and publishing duties were transferred to Take-Two Interactive when THQ filed bankruptcy
16 Sep 2017
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Best of Gamescom 2017 – Evolve Stage 2 – 2K Games – Turtle Rock Studios – Designer Chris Ashton – Director Phil Robb – Producer – Denby Grace - PlayStation 4 – Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox X – PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – CryEngine – Crytek – Take Two Interactive Evolve is a first-person shooter video game developed by Turtle Rock Studios, published by 2K Games and distributed by Take-Two Interactive. Announced in January 2014 and originally set to be released in late 2014, the game was delayed and released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in February 2015. Evolve uses an asymmetrical multiplayer structure, where five players—four playing as hunters and one as the monster—battle against each other on an industrialized alien planet called Shear. The hunters' gameplay is based on the first-person shooter design, while the monsters are controlled from a third-person perspective. The hunters' goal is to eliminate the monster, while the monster's goal is to consume wildlife and evolve to make themselves stronger. The game can be played alone or with multiple players. Evolve was Turtle Rock Studios' first major project after the company split from Valve Corporation in 2011. The concept for Evolve existed prior to the development of their previous game, Left 4 Dead. Inspired by hunting games such as Cabela's Big Game Hunter and Deer Hunter, the idea is to have prey that can strike back at the hunters. The monster design was originally intended to be esoteric but was later toned down. The game is powered by Crytek's CryEngine, as they believed that the engine is capable of creating the dark and dense forests featured in the game. Turtle Rock found difficulty when seeking publishers that could provide funding and marketing for the game. THQ was originally set to serve as the game's publisher, but the rights to the franchise and publishing duties were transferred to Take-Two Interactive after THQ filed for bankr
16 Sep 2017
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Best of Gamescom 2017 – Evolve Stage 2 – 2K Games – Turtle Rock Studios – Designer Chris Ashton – Director Phil Robb – Producer – Denby Grace - PlayStation 4 – Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox X – PS4 – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – CryEngine – Crytek – Take Two Interactive Evolve is a first-person shooter video game developed by Turtle Rock Studios, published by 2K Games and distributed by Take-Two Interactive. Announced in January 2014 and originally set to be released in late 2014, the game was delayed and released worldwide for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in February 2015. Evolve uses an asymmetrical multiplayer structure, where five players—four playing as hunters and one as the monster—battle against each other on an industrialized alien planet called Shear. The hunters' gameplay is based on the first-person shooter design, while the monsters are controlled from a third-person perspective. The hunters' goal is to eliminate the monster, while the monster's goal is to consume wildlife and evolve to make themselves stronger. The game can be played alone or with multiple players. Evolve was Turtle Rock Studios' first major project after the company split from Valve Corporation in 2011. The concept for Evolve existed prior to the development of their previous game, Left 4 Dead. Inspired by hunting games such as Cabela's Big Game Hunter and Deer Hunter, the idea is to have prey that can strike back at the hunters. The monster design was originally intended to be esoteric but was later toned down. The game is powered by Crytek's CryEngine, as they believed that the engine is capable of creating the dark and dense forests featured in the game. Turtle Rock found difficulty when seeking publishers that could provide funding and marketing for the game. THQ was originally set to serve as the game's publisher, but the rights to the franchise and publishing duties were transferred to Take-Two Interactive after THQ filed for bankr
17 Sep 2017
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