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Video Game Vintage Title Cabela's Big Game Hunter

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Cabela's Big Game Hunter

Cabela's Big Game Hunter

Cabela's Big Game Hunter is a video game for the PlayStation 2, Wii and Xbox 360 consoles. Published by Activision, it features the hunting areas of Montana's Beartooth Mountains, British Columbia in western Canada, Argentina's Patagonia region, a savannah in Ethiopia, as well as parts of Zambia. Some game animals in the game include Grizzly Bear, Elk, Mule Deer, Hare, Grey Fox, Water Buffalo, Blue Quail, Partridge, and Big Horn Sheep.

Cabela's Big Game Hunter Plot

You begin your hunting journey in the Bear Tooth Mountains in Montana where you must find hunting guide Ben Adams. After you find Ben, you are instructed to take down one Mule Deer from a tree stand. Then you must find a guide by the river who will take you across if you shoot two Rocky Mountain Elk. After you have take down the elk, your guide takes you across the river where you have the option to shoot five Mallard Ducks. Later you must climb a rock in order to pass a tree but a Grizzly Bear scares you and you fall off the rock. Then you take down a Trophy Mule Deer and must cross a fallen log to get to it. After you reach the Mule Deer, a Grizzly attacks. After you take down the Grizzly you head to British Columbia where you are instructed to find hunting guide Dubby McGeath who puts your hunting skills to the test by taking down to Dall Sheep. Then you must find Dubby's brother Chester by navigating a cliff. After finding Chester, you are instructed to take down three Yukon Moose and you also have the option to shoot 10 Canadian Geese. After you complete your task you return to Chester who then gives you info about a large Yukon Moose lurking near by. After taking down the moose you return to Montana where you must take down three Mule Deer. Then you must head to the Upper Fields where you must shoot five Pheasants. Then you go to drake dickey he tells you to hunt one bighorn sheep

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