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Forgotton Anne 


I appreciate Family Friendly Gaming being given a digital download code for the purpose of this review. This is a 2.6 gig download. Physical copy gamers are not able to play Forgotton Anne. The animation in Forgotton Anne is really good. Forgotton Anne reminds me of other games from the past. We must solve problems and work our way through choices.

All of the forgotten and lost things from our world wind up in this other fantasy world. The two main human characters are working on getting back to our planet. There are a variety of forgotten things that come to life in Forgotton Anne. A shoe, a sock, a lamp, etc. These all come to life and work on a bridge for all of them to make it back. The main character Anne is the enforcer. She works on fixing problems.

How could there be problems in such a perfect world? Rebels attack. Forgotton Anne has some violent content. As the enforcer we can suck the energy out of any of the forgotten items. This energy is needed to power different things. Anne has wings that allow her to jump much farther than a normal girl. Plus she is not made of wood like Pinocchio.

The music in Forgotton Anne is fantastic. The voice acting is pretty good too. The issues families will have with Forgotton Anne is violence, nudity, tobacco, and more. I had issues figuring out some of the puzzles. If you get stuck then you are stuck. There is no hint system. This is pretty lame in my opinion. At times I knew what to do, but not what else was attached.

Forgotton Anne does a lot of things visually that are pretty cool. At times the camera zooms in. Other times it zooms out. There are plenty of stairs to climb in Forgotton Anne. There are plenty of places to jump around. It is easy to go to the wrong spot. Forgotton Anne usually keeps us going the right direction by not letting us backtrack too far. A device on her hand allows her the ability to move anima from one device or forgotten item to another.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PC/Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Square Enix Collective
Developer: Throughline Games
Rating: 'T' for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Partial Nudity, Crude Humor, Use of Tobacco}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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