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featured reviewsahran99 (14) on 17, May. 2009 11:51 (HKT)
HAKUNA MATATA guys
After all the killing and dashing and slicing and smashing and breaking and kicking **ses !!! Here comes a game with a nice and quiet atmosphere where you are one with the nature and hope you can find the Lion King somewhere around !
Totally recommended with 100% english translated menu/in game details...etc.
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- aka. Afrika
- 100% English Version!
descriptionYou are a photographer stationed in Africa in this adventure, as a professional you will have the newest equipment such as camera lenses and computers.
Accept missions by viewing proposals via your email system, finding and tracking animals are only the start of your mission, you might be asked to take photos of them at unique angles, such as taking a close up shot of a giraffe's face. You'd realize you need a lot of skills to be an accomplished photographer.
You'll have a lot of equipment to choose from, from cameras to your camping gear. Of course these cost money, so be sure to accept as much missions as you can manage, besides, some organizations provide you with useful equipment such as tripods that you can use even after you have completed their request.
The game makes use of PS3's stunning graphical capabilities to render animations of animals to the most life-like degree. Remember how a clip from the game is used as a demonstration of the PlayStation3 prowess during the console's promotion? Now you can see why.
|Official Release Date||Dec 12, 2008|
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I just wish I could read Japanese better. This game is (seems) to be very good, and with the help of an online English-language walkthrough, I'm making slow but steady progress.
A shame it does not support trophies, but with the age of the game I doubted it would, so no surprise there.
The graphics are quite good and, well... that's all I can say really for a game I cannot fully understand. I'm shopping about for a Japanese home-help so they can guide me through and laugh at my efforts (joking).
This game has intrigued me since I became aware of it all that time ago, but was never released in Europe. Now I have it, and I'm happies!
a bit laborious... even my 5 year old loses interest after a few mins of watching me play.
Nice concept, but average game play.
A beautiful safari game that was released in japan first and then 2 years later released to the USA. Game is fully english but never received a trophy patch
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