Fox Hunt 3Vision Games, Evolutionary Publishing, Inc. / Capcom Entertainment, Inc. Corporation 1996

Can a television trivia slacker dude prevent a crazed Soviet agent from blowing up Los Angeles with a nuclear bomb? This question might not exactly beg for an answer, but in Fox Hunt, you'll have a pretty good time trying to figure it out. In this comedy spy thriller, you can teach a guy how to be a spy, but you can't make him cover his mouth when he burps or teach him to speak to women without making sexist or insulting remarks. Luckily, the hero, Jack Fremont, doesn't need to be suave or debonair to make this interactive movie entertaining. With 10 different solutions to the mission and a cast of wacky characters that even includes Elvis, Fox Hunt has enough entertainment value. Like a serious spy movie, Fox Hunt has beautiful women, double agents, and exotic locations (Las Vegas and Colorado to name two...) but outdoes even Sean Connery in some of its action scenes. When was the last time you saw 007 take a jet-propelled wheelchair ride through a hospital, escape from crossdressing Soviets, or shoot down anvil-wielding Rob Lowe clones while freefalling from 20,000 feet? Now, that's action. Although it's not particularly violent, when Fremont meets with a fatal accident, you are treated to the sound of his crushing bones or the graceful arc of his body as it flies out of a multi-story building. The spectacular clarity of the digitized video, due in part to the fact that the original piece was shot in 16mm, and the rocking soundtrack give it the look and feel of an actual movie. It's an interactive movie that merits more than a showing or two. It's silly and amusing but surprisingly well developed and fun to play.
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