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  • Summary: Head out into the wild to track and hunt the most dangerous game in North America. Become a master hunter by traveling across the country and honing your skills to go after bigger and more dangerous prey. Set your sights on over 20 different wildlife species, with a variety weapons and hunting equipment at your disposal. Expand
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  1. North American Hunting Extravaganza is one of the most broken gameplay experiences I have ever seen in a packaged retail game. If this was a final project for a freshman’s intro college course, then it would be passable. But paying money to have this experience is one upsetting thought.
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  1. MarkD
    Jan 5, 2010
    Using the Wii Zapper or rifle definitely helps in the game. The key to loading the gun is to snap up, snap down or just move your elbow back. This will make loading the gun ALOT easier. DON'T SHAKE the Wii remote because it will not help. I found the game to be a lot of fun and I especially like progressing through the game by beating challenges in each map. Expand
  2. PamH
    Mar 5, 2009
    Just awful. It has load times I haven't seen since running an old PC with 5 1/4" floppies! Reloading your gun is insane... we've tried every way we can think of & the only way that works is to shake the gun from in front of you to up over your head in a circle... unfortunately, this results in spinning your hunter around in circles. I feel cheated out of my money & I guess I'll try to find someplace that will let me sell used games. Just awful. Expand