Hunting ducks requires a license, a gun and a dog. Way too expensive and time consuming. My advice is to go to the butcher shop, buy yourself a duck and then sit back and play one of these much more fun duck hunting games.
Remington Great American Bird Hunt:
Actually very similar to its predecessor Duck Hunt, Remington Great American Bird Hunt is a simple duck hunting game ( you can hunt geese, grouse and turkey as well). The game provides lots of action and quite reasonable graphics but is more of a shooting gallery than a hunting game. Game play supports up to 4 players and single player mode is done in 12 rounds. If you like arcade style games then this is the one for you. Usually priced around $29.99 it’s great for having friends over to play. The game is however only formatted for Wii which tends to be a great disadvantage for PS3 owners.
Perhaps the ultimate classic for duck hunting games Duck Hunt came out in 1984 and has been updated and re-released ever since. Players choose mode A or B and goes out to hunt. The dogs scare the ducks out of hiding, usually one or two at a time, and the player shoots them. Graphics are somewhat poor but the action is real and the ducks fly faster as the game progresses. Mode C is for practice shots against clay pigeons. Game comes for Nintendo, PSP and PS2. The dog’s are somewhat annoying in actual game play and it is not possible to use a Wii or PS3 gun with the game but it’s fun and great for anyone who likes target games or hunting. Can usually be found for under $15 if you look on Amazon or EBay.
Ultimate Duck Hunting
This is perhaps one of the most complex duck hunting games on the market. It requires that you actually train your dog to fetch your game and allows you to choose weapons and camouflage. It was created by the makers of Duck Hunt though it should be noted many people actually prefer the original game. It comes formatted for Wii, PS3 and Computer. Actually shooting the ducks is very difficult and after shooting you have to go find your bird. Very realistic action but rather poor graphics. The game features six different environments, two player options and of course ducks. User Rating usually between six and four. Ultimate Duck Hunting also features a mini game for dog training and brand name apparel. Costs around $70 with a gun and closer to $45 or $30 without guns.
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