GameZone writes: "Ok, quick history, I was raised in Montana, one of the last really great states in the Union where you can hunt and fish and live an outdoorsman's life. And while I have always preferred fishing to hunting; I do enjoy hunting, but since moving to the Seattle area, there have been less hunting and fishing trips for me. I just don't see the point that having once drank from the golden chalice to now sip from a rusty bucket that is. So I saw this was available, I said "what the heck" and here we are.
My first thought was that I had made a pretty big mistake. Looking at the specs required to play the game on the box, and knowing my PC was well above those recommended, yet I was plagued by some processing issues and graphical shortcomings. It seems the game's package was a bit misleading as my Duo Core 6600 with 2 gigs of RAM and 256mb graphics card were left feeling woefully inadequate as I stalked big game through the virtual forest. In reality, the game really just drops the ball on the secondary graphics, but we'll get to that below."