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Cabela's Big Game Hunter- Wii

Cabela's Big Game Hunter- Wii
alaScore 67

25 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the graphics. The story is also mentioned favorably. Comments about the value for money and multi player mode are mixed. Some have doubts about the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Cabela's Big Game Hunter (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 67/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 25 reviews)

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Cabela's Big Game Hunter (2007) on Wii

 

Visually the Wii version of the game actually holds up fairly well. Thanks to the fact that it was clearly made on Xbox 360 then the development team ported over the game's assets it compares favorably to other games that we've seen on the system. The...

Time to go kill Bambi's mother.

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Loved it !!!

 

Realistic

Hard to play until you figure out how to use the PDA

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Fun, Fun, Fun!!

 

We own ALL of the Mario Party games, Mario Party 8 for the Nintendo Wii is the best of them all. All of the mini games, game boards and characters exceeded all expectations! This game rocks!! We get this game out with all of our friends ...

Great game board selections, all different from each other

The trophies are dumb!  I would like more Mini Games

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Great Game for All Ages - A Must for All Wii Collections

 

This game is a staple if you own a Wii system. It is fun to play alone, but excels when played with friends.The game is very similar to previous Mario Party venues on earlier systems, such as the Nintendo Game Cube. The graphics are ...

Fun for any age, lots of fun extras

The price is still fairly high and the game is a bit older

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Little Kids Stay, Adults Flee

 

Here's a game little kids seem to love but makes adults suddenly need to go work on their taxes. Probably because its mostly based on chance instead of any strategy like those early childhood games like Sorry! and Trouble.How The ...

Fun and large variety of mini-games

Board game play is basically left to chance

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There's Fun to be Had, and Potential to be Missed

 

I enjoy Mario Party games. I really do. I own all three N64 games, all four GCN games, and now the Wii game. The mini-games are usually hilariously funny and enjoyable to play, and the game boards along with the item system usually bring about a basic ...

A Decent Amount of Fun Games ; Looks and Feels Very Much Like a Mario Party Game

Motion Sensor Technology Hardly Tapped ; Recycled and Bland Board Gameplay ; Lack of Strategy

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'Cause the Mario Party Don't Stop

 

I knew that purchasing a Wii would increase my popularity by several orders of magnitude, but what I failed to realize at first was that having the Wii is only half the equation. The other key component is having awesome multiplayer games that ...

Quick to learn, easy to play, fun for all ages in groups

Annoying sounds and chatty characters, can't skip through tedious intros

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Mario Party 8- A really cheesy game collection

 

I bought this game because I heard it was fun, and I knew many people who were fans of the older mario party games and were looking forward to getting this. I bought this because I had some money to "burn" and I saw it in the store. I decided to just...

Some games are fun, intuitave controls on some games, MARIO

A lot of games have bad controls, overly hard, or just plain boring. Annoying clown

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Maybe for an elementary school party. Kids love it!

 

Usually my kids wake up on a Saturday morning and it's straight to the cartoons followed closely by, “What's for breakfast”. Not anymore! It's all about Mario Party 8. My husband keeps telling them to play Mario Party on the Game Cube, but ...

Kids love it

Boring for adults

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Have a party all by yourself!

 

If you were (or are) one of those lonely kids like I was growing up, you still carry around baggage over not having anyone to play board games with. Maybe it's because I was an 80's child that board games were so important. Anyway, over time I grew up,...

Mario and company will spend time with you even when nobody else will

Can be a little "childish". Gets boring fast