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Since 1998, Cabela has attempted to replicate lifelike hunting experiences in the digital realm. While previous releases slightly altered the formula by including a story and adapting a third-person perspective, Cabela’s African Adventures open-world environment is a perfect example that bigger is not always better.
With the release of next-gen consoles and a steady release of top-notch titles, 2013 has been a great year to be a gamer. From multi-million dollar titles like Grand Theft Auto V and BioShock Infinite to small-budgeted indie titles like Gone Home and State of Decay, now is your chance to voice your opinion for the 2013 game of the year, as well as pick the best games from your favorite genres.
When Super Mario 64 was released back in 1996, it became the blueprint for the budding 3D platformer genre. While the console version of Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures turned out to be an enjoyable 3D romp through PacWorld, the 3DS’ 2D side-scroller iteration falls short of exhibiting the same charm.