Review: Pheasants Forever, Wii

Review: Pheasants Forever, Wii

Review: Pheasants Forever, Wii

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Pheasants Forever, Wii, £19.99 It's one of those bizarre gaming concepts - a truly outdoor 'sport', the thrill of the chase among nature's rural environments, all condensed to the dimensions of your living room and the width of your TV.

Strange that such shooting franchises continue to hold such interest, but if hunting pheasants, duck, quail, turkey and another dozen types of wild game on Wii gets your trigger finger itching, Pheasants Forever will deliver just what you're after.

Using authentic firearms and ammo, a selection of dog breeds to choose from and a host of heart-pounding mini-games to mix up the game's pace, this is a decent budget shooter.

Take aim, and fire! 3/5

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