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|Open Season (Xbox 360, 2006) (2006)|
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|Open Season is a riotous romp in the great outdoors, where the rowdy brood of forest animals turns the tables on a bunch of unsuspecting hunters. When a domesticated grizzly named Boog gets lured into leaving the creature comforts of home by a fast-talking mule deer named Elliot, he finds himself lost in the woods just three days before hunting season. Forced to "rough it" in the great outdoors, Boog goes native, rallying all the forest animals to take back their home and send the hunters packing. The Open Season video game allows players to relive the movie experience by playing as Boog and Elliot. Throw skunk bombs, hurl rabbits, use acorn-firing squirrels and pull outrageous woodland pranks to scare the pants off the hunters in this action-adventure romp through the forest.|
|UPC||008888523130, 3307210232779, 3307210232786|
|ESRB Descriptor||Realistic Violence|
|Control Elements||Gamepad, Gamepad/Joystick, Joystick|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Game Special Features|
|Support Elements||Memory Card, With Memory Support|
|Also Available In This Platforms||Game Boy Advance, Game Cube, Nintendo DS, PC Games, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Windows, Xbox|
Average review score based on 27 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Rated E10 (Everyone 10+)
Team up with a cast of crazy critters, unleashing your animal instincts in Open Season™: A riotous romp in the great outdoors, in which a rowdy brood of forest animals turn the tables on a group of unsuspecting hunters.
When a domesticated grizzly named Boog gets lured into leaving the creature comforts of his home by a fast-talking mule deer named Elliott, he finds himself lost in the woods only three days before hunting season begins. Forced to rough it in the great outdoors, Boog goes native, rallying all the forest animals to take back their home and send the hunters packing.
Take a walk on the wild side in this outrageous adventure based on the Open Season animated feature, opening in theaters September 29!
Play as Boog and Elliott: Relive the movie adventure and interact with all your favorite animal characters from the Open Season animated film.
Play with others: Challenge your friends or team up together in hilarious four-player mini-games!
Play dirty: Throw skunk bombs, hurl rabbits, use acorn-firing squirrels, and pull outrageous woodland pranks to scare the pants off the hunters. Roll in a giant snowball, ride the rapids on a floating outhouse, zip through tunnels in a crazy mine cart ride, and take on more madcap adventures as Boog discovers how to go from Mild to Wild!
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Open Season (Xbox)
Fun for kids and adults alike, but replay value just isn't there.
Open Season is a fun game, and kids and adults will enjoy it, but once you've beaten it once you won't feel like playing it again.
Open Season offers a ton of different challenging levels. Whether you're collecting grubs, scaring hunters, racing through mine shafts, or facing a brutal boss, this game has it all.
There are a ton of enemies you get to face, and a fair share of allies. All of your allies offer something new to your bag of tricks.
The ability to upgrade certain features between levels is a great addition to this game. You can upgrade attributes such as your roar, your throw, and your sense of smell.
- Tons of Levels
- Tons of Bad Guys
- 7 multiplayer mini-games
- Tons of bad guys to face of against
- Ability to Upgrade
- Lots of side quests
- Pretty decent animation
- Ability to use other Animals to your advantage (Throwing Skunk Bombs or using squirrels to daze hunters)
- Replay value low
- Did they use the real actors voices for this game? (Have to beat the game to find out)
Rent or Buy?: Adults - Rent. This is a kids game, and can be fun and challenging for Adults, but unless you're under the age of 10, this game's replay value is simply non-existent.
P.S. Make sure you collect all the secret badges your first time through a level, it can be tedious and annoying playing through a level two or three times.
PLEASE VOTE IF YOU FIND THIS REVIEW HELPFUL. Thank you.
I decided to buy this game because my son is really young, and likes to do things that "daddy does," but daddy plays games inappropriate for my son. He really took to the movie "Open Season," so I thought I would give the game a try.
I've been really happy with it. It is very simple (unlike Bee Movie or Meet the Robinsons, which were fun for me, but way too difficult for my son). The actions and sounds are user/family-friendly, and it stays really true to the movie, but with some new, fun games.
The game is also self-explanatory and is it breaks it up with some instructionals that allow the player to set themselves, check the remote, and figure out what they are going to do and how they are going to do it. It is still a little bit above my two-year old, but he plays it with some success, which is a step and I believe that it will be the first of any of the games I purchased, that he will be able to excel at.
In short, the game is simple and still fun, but if you are a hard-core gamer, or are looking for a challenge, it is probably not for you. Moms and children, it is a great game to play and to play together!
Well i got this game for my daughter. She is 4 and I had reserves about buying her this game. I played through it first and as the rating might suggest, there are parts I found not appropriate for my kiddos. I elected to let her use the mini games which she does with a few other games. The mini games are a little challenging for her but over all really fun to sit down with my wife, who is not a gamer, and have some family fun.
I would recommend the parent play through this first before allowing a young child to play it.
For the gamer looking into this game. It is not very challenging for a avid gamer but for a casual gamer it may pose some challenge.
Besides some rear end shaking the game was kid friendly. It was funny and sparked me to rent the dvds for my kids to watch.
THIS IS A GREAT GAME IF YOU HAVE LIITLE ONES, THE GAMES STORY LINE IS BASED ON THE MOVIE SOMEWHAT, GREAT WAY TO GET YOUR KIDS INTO VIDEO GAMES. I PURCHASED THIS GAME BECAUSE I LIKED THE MOVIE, AND ALSO IT'S A GAME I CAN PLAY WITH MY SON.