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EVERYONE, Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor
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PlayStation 2, Wii, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation Portable, Xbox, IBM PC Compatible, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-nintendo-gamecube-1, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-playstation-2-1, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-playstation-portable-1, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-game-boy-advance-1, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-xbox-360-1, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-nintendo-ds-1, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-ibm-pc-compatible-1-2, http://www.gamerdna.com/game/open-season-ibm-pc-compatible-1
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When city bear Boog is led into the forest by a mule deer named Elliot, it becomes Open Season for any unlucky hunters who happen to cross the bear's path. Raised by Beth the park ranger, Boog is not used to living in the wild, and must tap into his instinctual abilities to make it back to Beth's garage in one piece. With the help of Elliot, players will guide Boog through the forest and attempt to scare hunters away before they make a rug out of Boog's domesticated hide.
Players may throw skunk bombs, hurl rabbits, unleash squirrels, and perform other pranks that will have the hunters headed for the hills. The game features five outdoor environments to explore, each culminating in a boss fight with an irate hunter. Boog can climb trees, roar with ferocity, roll through tunnels, and acquire new special moves by collecting candy bars hidden on each stage. Open Season on Game Boy Advance also features two difficulty levels to accommodate audiences young and old. ~ Gracie Leach, All Game Guide