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Fox n Forests

 

 

SCORE: 56

Fox n Forests 

 

Family Friendly Gaming was emailed a digital download code for Fox n Forests on the Playstation 4. This downloadable only 16-bit video game is also available on the Nintendo Switch, Personal Computer, and Xbox One. It would have been really cool if Fox n Forests had been released on the Sega Genesis and Super NES in cartridge format. It would have fit the whole 16-bit theme so much better.

Fox n Forests has indie graphics, and indie music. The main characters in Fox n Forests are a fox and a bird. The fox wants to eat the bird, but decided to go on a quest for gold instead. The fox still wants to eat the bird eventually. Some religious tree is in the forest and needs help stopping an evil force from creating a fifth season. The fox and the bird have horrible attitudes and treat one another really badly.

One of the game play mechanics found within Fox n Forests is changing the season. We need to do this to get past certain areas. The season we change it to has a gauge which means we can only keep it in the season for so long. When the gauge runs out we must sit and wait for it to rebuild. This is a horrible game play mechanic in my opinion. Enemies in Fox n Forests respawn very quickly.

The levels in Fox n Forests are really long. We need to acquire certain items and/or skills to unlock all parts of the levels. We do this by killing everything and collecting coins. We then spend those coins on upgrades for our fox. For some reason it is hard attacking while jumping in Fox n Forests. When we are standing we shoot a crossbow. When we crouch we slash with a sword.

Fox n Forests contains violent content within it. We shoot, slice, and dice a variety of enemy characters in Fox n Forests. Continuation points must be paid for with gold. Each continuation point costs more than the last one. Make one mistake and you go back to the last continuation point. Fail to pay (or do not have the money), and you will go back to the beginning.

I found myself frustrated with Fox n Forests most of the time. The cheap hits, quick enemy respawns, paid continuation points added to the bad attitudes of the characters. Playing Fox n Forests put me in a bad mood. I had to fix the bad attitude Fox n Forests gave me. I did not enjoy my time playing Fox n Forests. The season changing mechanic has been used in a variety of other video games in the past. Nothing new or innovative in Fox n Forests.
- WMG

 

Graphics: 55%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Bonus Level Entertainment
Developer: Bonus Level Entertainment
ESRB Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product


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