Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2010
Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2010 is a hunting game developed by Cauldron and published by Activision for the PlayStation 3, Wii, and Xbox 360 in 2009.
Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2010 Plot
You start out in Colorado, where you start out with Whitetail deer, Pronghorn, and Mule Deer. and then, you track and hunt a Mountain Lion. Then, you proceed to Montana, where you hunt Mule Deer, Columbian black-tailed deer, Bighorn Sheep, Elk, and you fight an American Black Bear. Then, you go to New Zealand where you hunt Red Deer, Wapiti, Feral goat, Fallow Deer, and Whitetail Deer. Then, you hunt in the Canadian backcountry with tags for Caribou, Stone sheep, Mule deer, and Columbian black-tailed deer. If you pass the Canada level, you proceed to Alaska with tags for Dall Sheep, Sitka Deer, Caribou, and a Grizzly Bear. Then, you go to Finland, with tags for Red Deer, Finnish Forest Reindeer, and a Brown Bear. Then, you proceed to Siberia, and you hunt Red Deer, Wapiti, Snow Sheep, and the Siberian Brown Bear. Then, you go to Argentina, with Tags for chital, Red Deer, Water Buffalo, Mouflon, Fallow Deer, Blackbuck, and a Cougar. Then, you proceed to the final level in Tanzania, where you hunt Impala, Cape Buffalo, Greater Kudu, and your final dangerous game animal: the African Leopard. The small game animals and birds you hunt are Mallard Duck, Mountain Cottontail, Swift Fox, Pheasant, European Hare, Paradise duck, Canada Goose, Snowshoe Hare, Ptarmigan, Red Fox, Capercaillies, Mountain Hare, Corsac Fox, Speckled Teal, Partridge, African Blue Quail, Jackal, and Egyptian Goose.
Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2010 Gameplay
You play as a man named Jack, a man who is trying to become a member of a hunting club named the Order of Orion. Terrain is one thing you need to focus on. Falling off ledges or logs, or stepping on noisy terrain could cause failure in your hunt. Aggressive animals, such as bear, will attack you, which also results in hunt failure. Game like African buffalo, Impala, and Kudu are more challenging than your average deer, elk, and bighorn.