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Cabela's African Safari makes videogame hunting more fun by actually treating it like a videogame instead of a simulation. With each hunt lasting only a few minutes there's no need to stress out about blowing a long chase and having to do it all over again. For those with a short attention span and an urge to go hunting, this one's for you. It's not very serious, it's more than a little goofy, but it's fun.
Cabela's African Safari is surprisingly fun. If you like a good shooting game, well, this may not be perfect, but it's fun for an afternoon. Definitely worth a rental. If you're a hunting game fan, it's absolutely great. If you've got the cash burning a hole in your pocket, you could waste it on worse games.