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theHunter: Primal Game Guide

theHunter: Primal Game Guide Here’s a intro game guide for theHunter: Primal. Remember, this game is still under development so I’ll change this guide as the game gets updated. for game version: v113 | v2015011402 Last updated: 12 Jan, 2015 Intro You take the mission to recolonize Primal Eden, a primitive world inhabited by dinosaurs. For this, you will have to hunt and survive on the planet. The controls are straightforward: move with the W, S, A, D keys (forward, back, left and right) and look, aim and shoot with the mouse. You interact (pick rocks and open cases) with the E key, F to throw the rocks and I to access the inventory. Each slot of the inventory has its own key (1 to 5). You also can sprint while pressing the C key and go crouch and prone with the Ctrl key (SHIFT to get up again). You can toggle auto-run pressing the Q key and free-look mode with the X key. The game has two playing modes, single player and multiplayer. Both require internet and steam connection. In single player, or more accurate – private game session, you face the world by yourself. As for multiplayer, you can play with other players, in cooperative mode or against each others (PVP) – and the world. In the game the time is 12 x faster, so one day cycle is about 2 hours of real time. You start the game with nothing more than some clothes, a bow, pack of arrows and the SettlerMate. When continuing a game, you will start with your previous items. When you die, you start a new game. The SettlerMate is a GPS / tracking device that you can use to see yourself on the map and get info about the animals tracks. For more information you can check out the ingame Survival Handbook. The player has...
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theHunter: Primal (Early Access)

theHunter: Primal (Early Access) So, after some more hours in this game, here is the final review/opinion on theHunter: Primal. Although you must remember that this game is still in beta / early release phase,  so as the game gets updated, or goes final, I’ll change this review according. As I already said on my previous article about theHunter: Primal, the game is really fun to play. Contrary to theHunter (original), it’s a very fast paced game but retains all the great aspects of it. In theHunter: Primal, the player not only hunts but also has to survive in the dangerous world of Primal Eden. The game, currently, counts with 3 species of dinosaurs: Utahraptor, Triceratops and the T-Rex; 5 weapons: Bow, .44 Handgun, 12 GA Shotgun, .308 Rifle and the .700 Double Rifle; and some equipment like health packs, camo and a caller. The game has a pretty decent hunting area and the environment is mainly primitive look-like, remembering the Jurassic Park movie. By its own, it will make you spent some time just exploring and enjoying the landscape (I did). The animals are well modeled and have really great textures. Each specie has male and female variants, and as for the AI, it’s decent. All the species have characteristic animations, and sounds, that you can use to predict their action, like when they have detected or spotted you. The carnivorous will track and hunt you down when they spot you, while the herbivorous, Triceratops, will run away. The factors that seem to be accounted for detection are sound, vision and smell. At this moment, and I hope that in the future they will, the species don’t interact with each other. The most dangerous animal in the game is, of course, the T-Rex. One bite and you’re dead. But the ones I hate the most are the raptors. These buggers are almost...
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theHunter: Primal – Trainning the T-Rex (or almost…)

theHunter: Primal – Trainning the T-Rex (or almost…) A quick video on theHunter: Primal. The game is still in early access so funny things happen. After the T-Rex’s stopped, I’ve noticed that they would imitate me, so I decided and try to train them lol.
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Cabela’s Big Game Hunter Pro Hunts

Cabela’s Big Game Hunter Pro Hunts Take down the world’s biggest game with the world’s foremost hunting experts as your guide. Fine-tune your hunting and tracking techniques in real-world, environmental conditions including natural animal survival behaviors and more realistic environmental conditions in the most expansive Cabela’s game yet. Guided hunts and advice from the sport’s top experts Jim Shockey, Wade Middleton, and Ralph & Vicki Cianciarulo. Real-world tips and advice from the pro’s! Expansive Locations with Meaningful Strategic Choices 4X the size of any previous Cabela’s® Big Game Hunter® console game. Track, scout and target your trophy animal in new and impactful ways. The Most Immersive, Realistic Cabela’s game ever! The most authentic hunting ballistics ever in a Cabela’s® game. Lifelike animal behavior including predator awarenes. .Experience natural environmental occurrences that require you to modify your hunting techniques. Review Welcome to Pro Hunts, the first (more) realistic Cabela’s hunting games. In Pro Hunts you are guided by top hunting experts around the four regions of America. You start the game with a couple of tutorials where you learn the game and hunting basics and continue with some challenge hunts. Each region has two Pro Slam hunts where, with the help of the experts, you hunt down the biggest trophies. Beside the Pro and challenge hunts, you also can go by your own on the open hunts. Here, it’s up to you to track and bag the region animals you want. As for content, the game has a great variety of animal species including ambient animals, which also can be hunted. You have at your disposal a reasonable amount of weapons, ammo and gear, but I would like to see more gear here. The animals models and dynamics kinda resemble others Cabela’s BGH games (some animals seem like that they have been imported from other games) and they do look better in the intros than in...
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Hunter’s Trophy 2 – America

Hunter’s Trophy 2 – America Experience the true thrill of the hunt! More complete, fun and realistic than ever, the Hunting Challenge series has earned a reputation as the best hunting simulation for consoles. Realistic animal behaviour, a variety of environments, weapons, animals, hunting plans, equipment and skills to unlock, online leaderboards, training in shooting at fixed and moving targets… all are brought together to offer a unique gaming experience which will delight experienced and novice hunters as well as players just looking to experience something new. Key features: Three game modes: Hunting season: obtain new hunting licenses and unlock new skills Shooting range: train at ball-trap, duck shooting, fixed or moving targets, and compare your scores with your friends’ Hunting weekend: freely explore the hunting region of your choice and participate in several activities (using a hunting hide, jump shooting, stalking…) Five environments: Kentucky marshes, Colorado plains, Alaskan mountains, Wyoming lakes, Alberta forest More than 20 different types of prey: Moose, brown bear, coyote, raccoon, wild turkey, wild boar, badger Three types of hunting: Tracking, stalking and beating Choose from amongst 3 hunting dogs with different behaviour, and play as them during the tracking phases Over 30 different hunting plans to complete 10 weapons to unlock Admire your game in the trophy room. Review Hunter’s Trophy 2 – America is the latest game in the  Hunter’s Trophy 2 series. It doesn’t bring anything new to the series other than new (few) animals. The really strong feature on this game, and game series, is the hunting dog feature (as you can see on the video below). It’s definitely a unique and great feature! Not only you can track the animals, like in others hunting games, but you can also be the dog and track. Other that this, the game is plain simple. You walk around in the hunting areas tracking for the animals and...
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Cabela’s African Adventures

Cabela’s African Adventures “Explore the vast wilderness of Africa on foot and by vehicle, where you’ll go head to head with the most ferocious beasts on the planet as you attempt to take down the biggest of the “Big 5:” The Rhino, Lion, Leopard, Cape Buffalo & African Elephant!” Review As all games from Cabela’s, Cabela’s African Adventures is focused in a story rather than real hunting. Once you finish the game, in story mode, there isn’t much you can do here other than roaming around the areas hunting normal game animals or repeating the story. Besides the story mode, this time, they also present a “Shooting Galleries” mode where you can walk along some tracks and shoot animals like an arcade game, which offers a bit more fun (and game time) to the game. The game story is revealed with some nice animations resembling a comic book. Here, you get to be a big hunter called Mason going on a African safari, from the savannah to the desert and jungle. Mason is payed to try to find the pieces of a lost tribal statue meanwhile hunting the dangerous animals, and in the course of the story it will also get a bit romantic. As for the game, it has decent graphics (not too real, not too dummy-like) and a fair enough of everything, from weapons to animals, areas and missions. As you play along, you can upgrade the weapons by finding hidden objects (fossils) and besides the story missions you also have some free hunts you can do to earn XP and unlock hunting abilities. After some time playing, you will start to feel that the missions resemble one each other, being to stalk or survive or shooting/boss fight, but they will have you entertained and busy while playing them. As for the animals, they don’t have that much dynamic. Not...
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Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alaska

Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alaska Choose from 35 authentic weapons – including rifles, handguns, and bows – plus scopes and other accessories from Remington, one of the leading makers of outdoor gear. Hunt 30 of the biggest animals that call Alaska home in 35 different environments. Bring friends along on four-player co-op and competitive hunts, and save some space in that trophy room for the 150-plus trophies and achievements you can rack up as you play. In Remington Super Slam, Alaska you’ll find yourself face to face with more than 30 of the biggest, baddest and most aggressive animals in Alaska. The good news is that you’ll have a huge selection of real weapons including bows, rifles and pistols near at hand. The bad news is the animals want to take you down as much as you want them. Key Features: 150+ achievements, trophies and medals to win 35 unique and dangerous environments 35 real weapons, scopes and hunting accessories to choose from 1-4 players in co-op and versus modes Compete and post your scores and achievements to the online...
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