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We believe in full disclosure here at Family Friendly Gaming, Ensenasoft provided us payment to review Wonfourn on the PC VR. All they asked from us was an honest review. They wanted to know our opinions and were aware Wonfourn is not the normal kind of a game that we play. Wonfourn reminds me of games like Ultima IX. Wonfourn does look better than Ultima IX. Especially in the character models. Human characters and sheep look really good in Wonfourn.

The issues families can have with Wonfourn are lack of attire, enticement to lust, violence, and more. There is not enough character model variation in Wonfourn though. When we go to multiple islands and run across the same character model we want something different. Maybe some different hair colors or a different outfit. Wonfourn was a 4.4 gig download when we downloaded it.

Certain other modern games have really spoiled me. Wonfourn tells you to go somewhere. Like the warehouse to the left for example. I wound up walking around checking one side and then the other. Did that character mean his left or my left? After all I was not sure. I then tried to get into all these different buildings and could not figure out how to do it. Later I figured out to use one of the triggers when I found the right buildings. I am so used to games giving me an arrow that points me to where my next active quest location is.

Wonfourn is extremely ambitious. Watch out for the pirates on the sea because they will steal your gold from you. There are plenty of cool things to see and do in Wonfourn. After awhile they can get repetitive. I suggest sitting on a stool while playing Wonfourn. I got less sea sick on the ocean that way. There are long loading screens and neat animations for things like when we dock at a town.

I loved doing merchant missions in Wonfourn. It was a blast buying some commodity in one town and selling it in another town. Time flies by in Wonfourn. Days go by in minutes. The time was a bit fast for me. I also wanted a button to do ninety degree turns. Wonfourn moves us slow enough on foot to avoid any kind of motion sickness. I did not find an option to go faster though. We can point and jump to that location with buttons.

Parts of Wonfourn look similar. The size of Wonfourn is impressive for a Virtual Reality video game. Most VR games I have played have really small areas to play in. Wonfourn shows me what can be done in VR. I enjoyed my time with this game. I would love for Wonfourn to give players the option of a guiding arrow. Especially in the tutorial mission. The other missions with differing amounts of money and time could leave it out.
- Paul


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PC VR
Publisher: Ensenasoft
Developer: Ensenasoft
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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