Video game publisher Mastiff announced Friday that they are working on brinigng the arcade-style, multi-player hunting series, Deer Drive, to the Wii this fall.
“Deer Drive meshes hunting simulation with arcade style pick-up-and-play action and pacing for an exciting gaming experience. Deer Drive is the first deer hunting game that features two player simultaneous play,” Mastiff said in a statement. “Additionally, Deer Drive features a multitude of gameplay modes, including four player party mode, true-to-life sound effects, passive and aggressive prey, and a slew of hunting weapons.”
“Deer Drive is an entirely different animal when it comes to hunting games,” said Bill Swartz, “head woof” at Mastiff. “Most hunting games are slow moving simulations with frustrating controls. Deer Drive is all about shooting, all about pick-up-and-play fun and being a more accurate marksman and better hunter than your friends.”
- Arcade-style multiplayer action hunting on Wii for the first time.
- Pick-Up-And-Play: Lock, load, and take down some bucks. Just be ready to defend yourself from aggressive mountain lions, bears, charging moose and other dangerous situations.
- Multiplayer: Play head-to-head with a friend or with up to four players in Party Mode.
- Optimized to work with Wii Remote(tm) or the Wii Zapper accessory.
- Changing weather creates dynamic hunting conditions over varied terrain.
- Challenging for casual and hard-core players alike.
- Ethical hunting integral to the game