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Top Hunting Franchise Cabela’s African Adventures is Coming Soon

By Jon Ireson in News

Cabela African Adventures

The most beloved hunting video game franchise is back as Activision announces that Cabela’s African Adventures will be hitting PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, and Windows PC gamers later this year with lions, leopards, whine rhinos, and elephants; oh my! Not to mention there’s cape buffalo. If you have an interest in these hunting simulation video games that have been releasing for many years now then you should have no reason to miss this entry as it’s been competitively priced at $29.99 on Nintendo Wii and $39.99 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

If you’re a PC gamer you can cop a digital copy on Steam for just $19.99 and enjoy the high-end version for even less. The game has yet to be rated, but you can expect up to four player “Hot Seat Mode” as well as a Shooting Gallery, or just head out for the traditional Cabela experience complete this time with open world features. This game is currently expected to release Fall 2013.

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