Wild Earth: African Safari Image
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  • Summary: Explore the wild and capture its natural beauty on film in Wild Earth: African Safari, a unique simulation for the Wii based on the PC game from Super X Studios. Take award-winning pictures of exotic animals in their natural habitats without disturbing them. From running with herds of zebraExplore the wild and capture its natural beauty on film in Wild Earth: African Safari, a unique simulation for the Wii based on the PC game from Super X Studios. Take award-winning pictures of exotic animals in their natural habitats without disturbing them. From running with herds of zebra to following hunting lions and scavenging vultures, Wild Earth: African Safari lets you risk it all to capture and create magazine-quality pictorials. [Majesco] Expand
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  1. Wild Earth: African Safari is worth the cost and a great game for kids that are interested in learning about animals, Africa, conservation and some about a possible career path.
  2. For an all ages title that clearly caters to younger players, Wild Earth: African Safari is substantially entertaining on the Wii.
  3. Wild Earth: African Safari feels like a game on the fence. It doesn't know whether it wants to be a serious, realistic photo safari sim or a lighthearted romp for younger players.
  4. 60
    There are some pretty good side trips, too. Multiplayer co-op mode lets three more people join you on safari, too. One drives a jeep while the others take pictures. Also, completing each assignment unlocks a minigame featuring the animal you've just investigated.
  5. Without any degree of difficulty, however, you don't feel like you are doing anything other than making your tour guides talk.
  6. 50
    A good game concept with disappointing execution.This title reminds me of slower paced efforts like Endless Ocean, but it unfortunately lacks any real polish, a truth that makes the process of exploring what should be a beautiful national park far less compelling.
  7. Young gamers will rarely be challenged by Wild Earth: African Safari and, while there are some interesting lessons to learn, the repetitive gameplay make this a game they will only want to play once.
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  1. KaitlynH
    Dec 29, 2008
    10
    This game i very fun and entertaining. It really gives you a sense of accomplishment when you complete a mission and the article displays This game i very fun and entertaining. It really gives you a sense of accomplishment when you complete a mission and the article displays your photographs! The mini games are fun, too! Expand
  2. NatalieM
    Dec 27, 2009
    10
    I bought this game for my daughter and she LOVES it. It would keep her entertained and educated for hours if I let her! I highly recommend I bought this game for my daughter and she LOVES it. It would keep her entertained and educated for hours if I let her! I highly recommend this for families with small children. Expand
  3. Mar 22, 2012
    10
    A great game for anyone who loves animals. The soundtrack isn't half-bad, either. The exuberant narration and silly mini-games may strike itA great game for anyone who loves animals. The soundtrack isn't half-bad, either. The exuberant narration and silly mini-games may strike it as a little kids' game to some, but once you get past that, it makes for an original and entertaining experience. Expand