Experience the true thrill of the hunt! More complete, fun and realistic than ever, the Hunting Challenge series has earned a reputation as the best hunting simulation for consoles. Realistic animal behaviour, a variety of environments, weapons, animals, hunting plans, equipment and skills to unlock, online leaderboards, training in shooting at fixed and moving targets… all are brought together to offer a unique gaming experience which will delight experienced and novice hunters as well as players just looking to experience something new. Main Features • Three game modes: - Hunting season: obtain new hunting licenses and unlock new skills - Shooting range: train at ball-trap, duck shooting, fixed or moving targets, and compare your scores with your friends - Hunting weekend: freely explore the hunting region of your choice and participate in several activities (using a hunting hide, jump shooting, stalking…) • Five environments: the Eubenangee Swamp, the Hossack plains, Mount Aspiring

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Reiart
Reiart Apr 23 2013, 5:33am says:

We do not have ox/buffalo in Australia, nor can vultures or deer be found in the Outback. Kangaroos are the largest animals you will see, there are wild brumbys and camels in some areas, but the largest native land animal is the kangaroo.
Our trees and foliage do not resemble those in game, we have mainly eucalypts, paperbarks and acacias. The weather is somewhat brighter/drier. Not really swamp like ...cabins are not seen in the outback.
Snow is very rare, only some parts get snow. Australia is very flat, there aren't many mountains like the alpine scene/screenshot.

This game resembles Europe or America.

Also, guns and hunting are illegal in Australia, we have no gun rights ...our tyrannical government has thus enforced a soft police-state, which gets less-soft everyday.

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gunner37
gunner37 Apr 23 2013, 8:38am replied:

damn..that last bit sucks..

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matty101
matty101 Apr 22 2013, 11:25pm says:

Going by the pictures and video, as an australian i'm almost offended, theres almost nothing that looks aussie.
Things to note, australia has very little surface water,no autumn(the leaves dont turn brown and fall off) and snow is almost nonexistant.

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Cabs
Cabs Apr 22 2013, 11:34pm replied:

Australia has very little surface water? What? I'm not sure where you got that idea, Australia has plenty of surface water, just like every other continent. The leaves don't necessarily turn brown and fall off, but that doesn't mean that we don't have trees with very dry leaves. I've seen plenty of trees with brown leaves. You are right about the snow, however none of these pictures really show that much snow. I'd say they're all pretty accurate, it's just that Australia is so varied that we don't really have any "stereotypical" landscapes.

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Hunter's Trophy 2 - Australia
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