Cabelas Dangerous Hunts 2011 Trophy Guide

Cabelas Dangerous Hunts 2011 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A first-person hunting game that pits the player against dangerous animals across North America and Africa. The majority of the trophies are fairly easy to unlock, though a few may prove challenging and even frustrating.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 ** 20 Activision U.S. 5 6 8 0 0

Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011

Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011 is a first-person hunting video game which pits you against a variety of 27 different species, ranging from snakes and cougars, to leopards and lions, across several locations throughout North America and parts of Africa.

In story mode, you play as Cole Rainsford, the hunter in search of a dangerous creature known as the "kaftar" by the locals in Uganda. The game also includes shooting galleries and multi-level multiplayer modes, and can be played using the PlayStation Move controller.

The game received generally lukewarm reviews with an average rating of 65%, praised for its variety in hunts and locals, but with average graphics and a few bugs.

While there are only twenty trophies to earn in this title, the majority of them are quite simple. Only a few, particularly the I Will Survive trophy, can be quite challenging and will cause you some frustration, which brings this rank up to a 2-star.

Overall, the game is not very time consuming, requiring roughly 15-20 hours, depending on your skills.

You'll probably want to begin by playing through Story mode. Here's you'll unlock the majority of the trophies, while finding all the collectibles along the way. Check out the Cabelas Dangerous Hunts 2011 trophy guide links - as well as the collectibles guides - under our Links tab for further details. Don't worry if you miss anything, as you can use the level select to backtrack and mop up those missed collectibles.

Next, we recommend heading into the Shooting Gallery Classic levels and try to earn at least bronze medals for the Gallery Lover trophy. Then complete all the paths in the two Trek Shooting Galleries for the Pathfinder trophy.

The I Will Survive trophy will probably be your most challenging one, in which you need to survive the Survival Shooting Gallery for more than 7 minutes. This may end up being your last trophy, as you'll probably receive the remaining few naturally while working through the Shooting Galleries. If not, simply mop-up anything left after the I Will Survive is out of the way.

First, here's a great Strategy Guide, by CHRISTIANforeva:

This is a great Trophy Guide by Caunchy:

And another great Trophy Guide, this one by Jiggstown:

This is a Collectibles Guide, provided by Caunchy:

Here are some useful tips by bodigard, for the I Will Survive trophy:

And a video by shoe478 demonstrating the I Will Survive trophy:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

Cabela’s Adventure Camp Trophy Guide

Cabela’s Adventure Camp Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *   A set of camp-related mini-games that use the PlayStation Move controller. An easy Platinum that can be unlocked in just a few hours.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Cabela’s Adventure Camp * 23 Activision U.S. 0 17 5 0 0

Cabela’s Adventure Camp

Aiming at the younger players, Adventure Camp is like an amusement park and summer camp blended together with a mix of activities, including wave riding, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing, and many more to challenge other campers and with that Cabela Cup.

The game is interactive, making use of the PlayStation Eye and Move controller.

Like most (if not all) of the games in the Cabela's series, Adventure Camp is an easy platinum which shouldn't take more than just a few hours to complete. There's nothing online, and all the trophies are "camp-game" related, which you can select from a list, so there's nothing missable.

NOTE: A PlayStation Move controller and Eye is required for this game.

Make sure that when you start the game, you have a "female" character, so that you can earn the Girlz Rule! Trophy. Then select Cabela's Cup and after playing "Hunter, Bear, Ninja," start making your way through the list of games until you've unlocked the Camp Star trophy.

Afterwards, head back into the main menu and select Play!, then go through the remaining games until you've unlocked the Girlz Rule! trophy. After that, it's just a matter of mopping up any trophies you've missed along the way.

Due to the unpopularity of the game, there aren't too many guides or walkthroughs out there - not that they're entirely necessary. But we have found you a few.

Here's a fantastic Trophy Guide, created by conkervertex:

And another great Trophy Guide, this one by jenkem_addict88 and Broken:

And HebelagPS3 has put together a series of video Trophy Guide Walkthroughs on Youtube. Here is the link for Part 1:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

Destiny Sequel Confirmed For 2017

Today, Activision released their fourth quarter 2016 financial results, which not only includes some impressive numbers, but an announcement of some of their game releases for 2017.

The financial report confirmed a sequel for their 2014 online first-person shooter, Destiny. The report states that there will be a “full Destiny sequel in 2017 to broaden the franchise’s global reach, which along with follow-on content plans, sets the stage for growth.” The Destiny sequel was originally slated for 2016, but was delayed and replaced with the Rise of Iron DLC.

The report also announced changes to the Call of Duty series, which will be going “back to its roots” in 2017.

Regarding the figures, 2016 was a lucrative year for Activision, with revenues up 42% compared to 2015, and a cash flow of over $2.2 billion, up by 71%. The publisher of Destiny stated these results were due to the success of Overwatch, their integration with Candy Crush developer King, and their success in esports.