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  • thekieranvideos

    thumbs up if? you wacthed this after seeing the gman sqaud

  • CODallnightlong

    Black people would be proud to call? you their own.

  • Roxygirl996

    I love the? scene at 1:12 – 1:19 :) its Awesome!!!

  • Roxygirl996

    WOAH I SAW AN? ALBINO SQUIRREL!!! 8D
    2:47

  • ninja6kid

    wrong, TheHunter? pwns all, but your computer is probly too crappy to run it…

  • jamespbrownjr1

    yo on this game can you shoot does? i going to get this game im geting it shipped now cant w8?

  • bsdfm

    That’s funny… it doesn’t look like Aaron David Meyers.

  • G A R N E T

    I talked about Torrent Raiders, so the spirit of Aaron is present…

  • J. Hall "Project97"
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Deer Hunter 5 …buggy, but good!, September 9, 2001
    By 
    J. Hall “Project97″ (The Hill in WestV) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Deer Hunter 5 (CD-ROM)

    I picked up my copy of DH5 at the store the other week and have been playing it everyday since. Well, everyday since I updated my video card, that is. Apparently, the game has several glitches in it, one of which is that it isn’t working with certain types of video cards, such as Voodoo 3 and earlier, and some Intel cards. The game also contains numerous other glitches, but nothing that really takes away from the game.

    As for the game, it is basically an updated version of DH4, with new maps and animals (bear, elk, mountain lion) and nicer graphics. It also has a season mode where you can manage deer, watching them grow season to season. Also included in the game are the rarities from DH4, like Albino, Unicorn, and Demon deer! Gone from the game are the World Record bucks, which have been replaced with the easier to find SSTS (Sunstorm Trophy Scoring) Trophies.

    All in all, it’s a great game and I do recommend it, despite it’s glitches. However, Sunstorm is suppose to be releasing a patch anytime now to help solve the glitch problems and once they do, I expect this game to be one of the best Deer Hunting sims on the market, if not THE best!

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  • Monks "Pulpy Fiction Fan"
    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Realistic hunting, if you don’t mind glitches., April 12, 2002
    By 
    Monks “Pulpy Fiction Fan” (North Highlands, CA United States) –

    This review is from: Deer Hunter 5 (CD-ROM)

    Deer Hunter 5 is a massive improvement over Deer Hunter 4 in visuals and the form and function of the deer. It is the most realistic hunting program yet. However the glitches, even after the patches, continue to remind you that it is just a program. First off the describe scene button on the game, which you need to use if you want to have some idea of the size of deer you are aiming at, gives wrong or useless advice. The hunt at dawn setting for fall and winter is black as night making it impossible to hunt. You have dangerous creatures setting were you can be killed by a wondering bear. I have been killed twice and both times the bear was invisible. In primitive weapons mode the muzzle-loaded weapon miss fires enough to become very annoying, and the compound bow’s pin settings put the “p” in primitive.

    If you are already a lover of (or addicted to) hunting games, then these are minor annoyances, but if you are new to the Deer Hunter series, then I would suggest that you look for a program with a better performance record.

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  • Rick Hofmeister
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    not bad, April 3, 2011
    By 
    Rick Hofmeister (OH) –

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    This review is from: Grip 4 pc Hunter Field Dressing Kit (Misc.)

    First of all the case is crap but the knives themselves are decent nothing fancy but they come sharp and perform their duties very well. For twenty bucks I can’t complain. It is a good addition to my get out of dodge bag and was relatively cheap but the quality like I said is well worth the money it is better to have something for a good price than not to have it because it costs too much money.

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  • Chrystal L. Ansberry
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome quality, January 8, 2011
    By 
    maggiej

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    This review is from: Grip 4 pc Hunter Field Dressing Kit (Misc.)

    I purchased these for a friend for Christmas and he loves them so much he asked for the information for his brother in law. Very sharp knives – he says the sharpest and best he’s ever seen. Great for hunters!

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  • Anonymous
    2 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    good knife kit, January 21, 2010
    By 
    Chrystal L. Ansberry (WINCHESTER, IN, US) –
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    This review is from: Grip 4 pc Hunter Field Dressing Kit (Misc.)

    I bought this for my husband. the shipping was fast. the knives were sharp and well made. it is a sturdy dependable product.

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  • water geek
    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Oldie but goodie, May 22, 2008
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    water geek (Alexandria, VA) –

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Deer Hunter (CD-ROM)

    This is the original Deer Hunter game and does not require a massive graphics card to run it. Product shipped quickly and the price was great.
    It loaded on my Windows XP machine easily. If you don’t want to hunt for hours you can use the cheat code “dhbambi” when you are on the map page and it will show you where the deer are.

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  • Larry D. Stacy "DEER HUNTER !"
    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Deer Hunter Interactive Experience., August 14, 2005
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    Larry D. Stacy “DEER HUNTER !” (Ohio, United States) –
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    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Deer Hunter (CD-ROM)

    This The Original And The Best I Have Enjoyed Playing This Game For The Longest Time. This Was One My First PC Games I Know You Will Enjoy Playing The Game To. The CD Works Great On Windows XP Too.

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  • Jason W. Blanton
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A good hunting game with some inovation., October 30, 2008
    By 
    Jason W. Blanton (Columbus, OH USA) –
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    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Deer Hunter Tournament (DVD-ROM)

    Deer Hunter is a decent hunting game where you can go online and play against other hunters for trophies such as points for the first/largest deer.

    The graphics are detailed and need a decent rig to run everything on the highest settings. There are many ambient sounds in the game. Elk, Deer, Couger all sound correct in the wildlife viewer.

    You can play on eleven maps. Ozark Mountains, Lake of the Ozarks, New Hamphire shooting range, Rocky Mountains, British Columbia, Findand are a few to mention. There is also weather settings and daytime settings, rainy/snowy, sunny, cloudy or dawn, morning, noon, dusk.

    You can select from a wide range of weapons such as cross bows, bows, rifles, hand guns. There are also extra items you can choose from such as thermal optics, scopes with various zoom levels and of course a horse or ATV for transport.

    Overall, DH Tournaments lets you play online with others which is a first for this type of game so I gave it a higher scroe for it’s intovation. Also, the maps are detailed as are the animals that make them look almost life like. If you have interest in hunting or have kids that might be and have the hardware to run it Deer Hunter Tournaments is a good choice.

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  • Tyler Feavel "TheCannon"
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Still A Great Game, May 23, 2010
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    Tyler Feavel “TheCannon” (Fox Valley, Wisconsin USA) –
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    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Deer Hunter Tournament (DVD-ROM)

    I know lots of people don’t like this game anymore because Atari sold out to a bigger company so there is no more internet support. You can still play online all the same tho. The game is what it is. “No more patches” but as far as the game rating… Amazing. It is still a great hunting game and I love all the deer hunter series games. You WILL love this game if you like the Deer Hunter Series. Great graphics, Onliine Tournaments and single player hunting. It’s all good!

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  • MNAchilles "Philosopher Extraordinaire"
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Deer Hunting Game Yet!, January 21, 2005
    By 
    MNAchilles “Philosopher Extraordinaire” (Lindstrom, MN United States) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Deer Hunter 2005 (CD-ROM)

    What can I say, Deer Hunter 2005 literally blew me away with its fantastic graphics, lifelike AI, and numerous game options. When I first saw the game I assumed it would be terrible based on the last few Deer Hunter games, but then I played the demo and wow what an amazing improvement.

    The graphics are simply gorgeous and with a high end video card they really shine. Small weeds and leaves that bend as you move through them among other nice visual touches helps the immersion factor. I have visited many of the places available to hunt in the game and the development team created the levels spot on for the types of foliage and terrain found there.

    Another great aspect of the game is the hunter’s skill points that get awarded by killing certain amounts of game or by using certain types of weapons. If you increase your tracking skill points for instance, blood trails and tracks appear more frequently which allows you to find that pesky buck you just shot with a longbow.

    Yet another great game feature is the inclusion of rare deer to the game, which is a satisfying experience when you become lucky enough to spot and bag one.

    Overall Deer Hunter 2005, once the 1.2 patch is applied, is top notch and I really can’t foresee myself ever getting bored with this game, unless of course the folks at Atari release Deer Hunter 2006 with similar features and enhancements.

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  • Frank Santora "Motega"
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a good one!, December 10, 2004
    By 
    Frank Santora “Motega” (New Joisey) –
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    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Deer Hunter 2005 (CD-ROM)

    This is not the best game ever but I have sat in front of the computer for at least 6 or 7 hours playing the demo over the last month and I’m still having fun. What a lot of people don;t realize is that this game has great AI and it’s like real hunting- there aren’t hundreds of animals wandering all over- you have to act like a real hunter to be successful. If you want a game where you run around shooting things every 2 minutes don’t get it…but just like real hunting it’s a rush when you finally find a nice deer after working hard. Decent graphics and sound, AWESOME “bullet cam” feature!!!

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  • DryvBy
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun Online Deer Hunting, December 18, 2008
    By 
    DryvBy (Knoxville, TN USA) –

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Deer Hunter 2005 (CD-ROM)

    Deer Hunting games are easy to come by. Deer Hunting games that go online are not. That’s pretty much the reason I even checked this game out. To my surprise, there’s a ton of gamers still playing this game online, thanks to GameSpy and their endless list of PC servers.

    The graphics in this game aren’t that terrible, however, they use nothing more than basic textures, lighting, and physics. The animations are pretty funny, but I can’t really tell if that’s intentional. The character models are hilarious, one of them looks like a complete redneck, complete with a lack of chin. The way the characters move will often make you laugh. The animals are pretty decently detailed. You can at least tell where you shot a deer or turkey. The one really neat feature is the bullet-time (ie: Matrix) effect when you get a good kill shot on an animal. Cracking open a skull of a deer with a single rifle bullet is worthy of sitting back to pop you open a cold one. One of the best things is laying deer food, which is textured to look like a human just pooped on the green textures. I think the game would have been a little better if they’d put some grass to hid in or put some more trees. If anything, the worst thing about the graphics is the lack of line of sight. Think Turok with contacts. There’s still a nice surrounding of fog.

    The sounds are horrible, at least in the menu. The looped country guitars get very old fast, but do make you crack a smile the first time you hear it. The gun sounds are decent, mainly the shotgun. Nothing says hunting like a double barrel blasting in the air, and hearing birds scatter. The mixture of some of the sounds don’t match well with the animations. Most recognized is the antlers. Knocking them together sounds alright, but it never matches with what the player sees.

    Probably the worst part of the game is the mechanics. Deer are everywhere so it’s not like you really need to wait around. Just spawn somewhere, run around like crazy, and you’ll run into something. Does, usually, but still, they make for great target practice. It really ruins the fill. The game has a lot of hunting features such as pee spray and other hunting things, but they’re useless since there’s just deer spawning like rabbits in this game. One cool thing is the RPG elements in the game. You don’t get stats every rank, but you do get to spec your guy with his own gear and his own skills such as tracking or strength.

    However, with some of the goofyness of the game, the game really holds it’s own just because it features multiplayer. There’s a lot better hunting games out there, and a lot of games that features better graphics, better animations, better sounds, and tons more animals and realism. Nothing will last as long as Deer Hunter 2005 though since this is the game that at least features multiplayer so you can hunt with friends or see how many servers ban you from shooting your fellow hunters.

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