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Atari Deer Hunter Tournament Review


Submitted by Josh Morrissey

Are you excited for hunting season to start but it isn’t coming fast enough?  I know that’s how I get!  It just never seems like it comes fast enough.  I was fortunate enough to test a product that can remedy this problem.

Atari’s Deer Hunter Tournament is the most realistic hunting games on the market.  Whether you are in the mood for deer hunting or turkey hunting, this game has it all.  It offers many ten different areas to hunt with many different game animals.  There is a scouting mode that allows you to set up treestands and blinds and find the spots where the animals are.  You can see anything from animals fighting to animals running at you to attack you!  With the technology that Atari put into this game, it makes each animal act just like they would in real life!  It gave me an adrenaline rush every time I saw something!  In this game, you actually have tags to fill and you need to be sure you hunt ethically because you can void all kills if you do something illegal.  As a hunter, you couldn’t ask for anything more realistic than this.

Not only is it realistic, but it is easy to learn.  It took me only a couple hunts to get the controls down.  The game also offers online multiplayer.  You can go on and brag about your trophies or just have a good time with other people playing the game at the same time you are and gain points for your player during the online tournaments.

The graphics are unbelievable as long as you have the right system for the game.  Make sure you know your systems specifications before purchasing any PC games because the game will not work properly without a good enough system.

You can purchase this game for $19.99 at: .

You won’t be disappointed!

Kevin Paulson

Kevin Paulson is the Founder and CEO of His passion for Hunting began at the age of 5 hunting alongside of his father. Kevin has followed his dreams through outfitting, conservation work, videography and hunting trips around the world.

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