Ken McKown writes: Each and every year Cabela releases a series of hunting games on multiple platforms. The past couple years they have started bundling in plastic guns attempting to entice consumers into the experience, but they are largely the same games. This is fine. The consumers who buy them usually do so every year, and for that audience the games are perfectly serviceable. This year the team has delivered yet another ho-hum shooter in the guise of hunting dangerous creatures, again with a plastic shotgun. While the games lack creativity, they still manage to be mildly entertaining.