The demo version provides five of the 75 total missions, and many of the extra modes--such as shooting range, free hunt, and mini-games--are not available. Squirrel Bash, the one mini-game in the demo, is an amusing point-and-shoot exercise, but the heart of the gameplay is the missions. As with most hunting games, you can get stuck walking around looking for animals, but we easily found several deer and buffalo in the first five missions. Though the graphics don't compare to high-end games, the system requirements are correspondingly low. One nice touch is a bulletcam view. It interrupts gameplay, but it's a tremendous feeling to follow the path of your bullet as it pierces the heart of a buck from 180 yards away.
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