A.V. Club writes: "It's a testament to success of the NES-era Duck Hunt that 25 years later, games like Remington Great American Bird Hunt are still aping its simple formula. Bird Hunt consists namely of 12 hunting tournaments. At the start of each, you're mysteriously transported to a bland vista, ranging from tranquil ponds to open fields to Unabomber-style shacks. A bird will eventually fly across the vista, and when it does, the object is to point at the bird and pull the trigger on the Wii remote. After each kill, a faceless announcer says obvious things like "Great shot, buddy!" and 'You can't miss!'"