Fox Hunt

PSX Fox Hunt

Double Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: Full Motion Video CDs: 3
Publisher: Capcom Released: October 25, 1996
Developer: 3Vision Gamers UPC: 0 13388 21005 3
Sony ID: SLUS-00101, 00175, 00176 PSRM: 000210, 002000, 002010
Players: 1 Player Memory: 6 Blocks
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen Realistic Violence
Box Copy:

It looks like a movie but don’t just sit there.

Shot in 16mm. It’s got the look and fell of a feature film. The sweeping plot and the complex characters. Dueling Elvises and a bad guy in mittens.

And it’s got you, Jack Fremont – TV trivia geek with an empty fridge, now regular-guy-turned-spy. Because here’s the offer: a chance to save the world…and enough money to pay the rent.

Your days of just watching the screen are over, Jack. You’ve got to observe. Think. Decide. Act. With just 24 hours to find the Fox…get free of Frank…blow the whistle on the CIA…blow the cover off the Russian mob…snatch the cash…get the girl…and return the tux.

How it all ends – and there are 10 possibilities – is entirely up to you.

But you see, it’s not just your movie – it’s your move.

 

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Trivia

  • During a blackjack gameĀ  Jack Fremont comments, “Do I hit or stand…hit or stand…I have that same problem in Street Fighter.” Street Fighter is Capcom’s flagship fighting game.
  • The footage along with some extra unused-in-game clips were compiled into an actual full film released to VHS and DVD. Sadly due to rights issues, it was never available in the United States.
  • Andrew Bowen, who plays Jack, is actually fairly rooted in the games industry. He’s lent his voice to Mortal Kombat’s Johnny Cage in recent releases, did additional voices in Final Fantasy VII Remake, and Todd in Catherine. He even voiced Neo in The Matrix: Path of Neo!

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