Summary: I played this when it first came out on the Dreamcast. never really got past the first few initial levels. It really is a challenging and expansive game. I got nostalgic for some PS2 games and saw this was ported to the system so I snatched it up. I've gotten past those levels I could never beat before and now I'm seeing just how big the game really is. a great and vastly underappreciated platformer.
Summary: We had the first of the fur fighter games on our Sega Dreamcast and loved it. We now have a PS2 and really missed the "Fur Fights". You can fight the other player in a bunch of different settings. My husband and I play. It's a blast and fine for children. I don't have any dislikes.
Summary: -bought the game because I was a huge fan of N64's Bad Fur Day. This game, however, was horrible. The graphics are bad. It is not even remotely funny and/or enjoyable to play. No wonder they sold it to me for next to nothing.
Excerpt: "...you've never experienced anything like Fur Fighters before. The plot revolves around a certain General Viggo. He's a nasty chap that has kidnapped the spouses, mothers and babies of 6 hero's known as the Fur Fighters. It's these 6 hero's that you control. You start in the FF village and gradually enter each of the worlds, known as hubs, as you progress through the game. Each hub contains 3 levels and a boss. Defeat all three levels (in any order ...
Pros: Great humour . Great puzzles . Great gameplay . Great game .
Cons: Slightly annoying camera but only when jumping .
Excerpt: "...the oppression like this, then Fur Fighters allows you to wreak hovoc on such cuddly animals! The story of the game is fairly simple: a group of former set out once again to save their families from the clutches of the evil General Viggo - a cat with a grudge. You take control of six different animals in a world quest over varying styles of levels, saving as many babies as possible before battling a mutated version of a particular spouse at the end. ...