When I first played Fox Hunt I thought it was a terrible game. First off, the idea of FMV games always turned me off. Back in the early 90’s they seemed like they could be the “future” of gaming but that boat sank pretty quickly. I thought the game was cheesy, goofy, silly and relied too heavily on slapstick comedy. However, I did find that after awhile of playing I started to enjoy the game. You see, as I played Fox Hunt I took a step back and just accepted what I was playing. I didn’t analyze it or pick it apart. This isn’t a game like Shenmue where it can be examined and dissected for years. No. Fox Hunt is an interactive movie, nothing more. I don’t say that as an insult, mind you. In fact, out of all the FMV games that sold themselves as interactive movies Fox Hunt, in my opinion, is the only successful one I’ve played. However, before getting your hands on Fox Hunt you need to realize that the creators weren’t trying to make Citizen Kane here. Fox Hunt is in the vein of Ace Ventura- over the top, loud, cheesy and, thanks to Andrew Bowen who plays Jack Fremont, has laughs mostly based on his talent for psychical performances.