- Lots of shooting galleries
- Nice environments.
Though you're more likely to tangle with bothersome insects and creeping boredom than snarling grizzly bears and rampaging rhinoceroses on most hunting excursions, Cabela's games have long had a flair for the dramatic. In Dangerous Hunts 2011, you must avoid the predations of all sorts of wild animals as you embark on a son's quest to hunt big game and earn his father's affection. Though the level design encourages you to take things slow and explore the nice environments, the prevalence of vicious wolves and man-hungry leopards often forces you to act quickly and rely on the merely decent controls. The adventure feels sufficiently long, and a bevy of shooting galleries provide replay value for those who like chasing high scores, competing with friends, and slaughtering dozens of wild creatures. Dangerous Hunts 2011 may not be an engrossing expedition, but the trigger-happy action still provides some shooting satisfaction.