In the past, hunting games like Cabela’s were a bit of niche title. It had its following but the more hardcore gamers did not take the games very serious. When I first laid eyes on Dangerous Hunts 2011 and the gun Top Shot Elite, something different happened. I actually got excited for a Cabela’s game. The graphics looked like they had been vastly improved from the last title I had played (during an achievement scoring contest, no less). It had a credible story written for it. What triggered the most excitement was the fact that it could come with a gun called the Top Shot Elite which looked like it would be fun to play with. I had seen some previous titles on the Wii that were packaged with guns but they looked a bit bland and boring. The Top Shot Elite was a far cry from those.