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Griefing is a feature in Cabela's Adventure Camp


6:00 PM on 09.12.2011
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Activision Publishing has announced another Cabela's title, this time Cabela's Adventure Camp. It's a collection of mini-games designed around motion controls, so it'll be hitting Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii. As expected, it won't be out until the end of this year -- November 1, to be exact.

I've come to expect some self-aware feature or interesting tidbit from all of these games. For Adventure Camp, it's definitely this: "Interactive Griefing allows idle players to grief others by knocking down trees and rocks creating in game obstacles that will add hilarious shenanigans to the mix." I, uh, what?

Griefing is a feature in Cabela's Adventure Camp photo
Griefing is a feature in Cabela's Adventure Camp photo
Griefing is a feature in Cabela's Adventure Camp photo
Griefing is a feature in Cabela's Adventure Camp photo







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