Deer Hunt Legends
Deer Hunt Legends puts players in the ultimate hunting environments, where bravery and intuition will be tested each step of the way. Your mission: capture as many trophies as you can, taking down big game around the world. You’re not out there to take notes. You’re out there to kill!
Deer Hunt Legends is a third person hunting simulation game that follows the story of a hunter on a quest to take down species never before seen by the human eye, some even believed to be extinct…
Players will travel across the globe in search of their prey. Captured in their natural environments, these animals are quick, deadly, and eager to turn you into dinner! You will engage in vicious boss battles against the feared T-Rex, saber-toothed cats, and Gastornis. With diverse weapons to choose from like sniper rifles, crossbows, and high-powered shotguns, Deer Drive Legends is the most realistic hunting game you’ll ever play!
More than 30 elusive animals including woolly rhinos, white-tailed deer, wolves and Irish elk
Realistic natural background effects and sounds
Range of unique challenges using true-to-life hunting techniques
Bonuses awarded for successful kills, such as Health Packs, Ammo Clips, and more
Earn skill points for extra advantage during specific hunts
Not enough payoff for your effortdarksiders666 | March 25, 2013 | See all darksiders666's reviews »
I enjoy a pretty wide array of genres when it comes to gaming. This one looked like fun. I've never tried any of the hunting games on PC or console, and the fact that this one promised DINOSAURS was enough to get me to try it.
Right off the bat, I found the controls to be marginal at best. The combination of stylus and buttons just didn't flow. I tried the alternate setup and it was worse. The game started off with "shoot X deer in Y minutes" and moved onto "don't shoot any doe". I found it a challenge to discern doe from bucks on the screen. There is a variety of weapons and power-ups, but it still wasn't enough to engage me for any extended gameplay
I did like the addition of predators like the moose and wolf to change things up a bit, but the wonky control scheme just kept throwing me off. In the end I never did see any dinos, but I guess thats only for the die-hard "legends" fans.