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: A workmate recommended this game. I thought it was for kids judging by the screenshots but believe me it isn't! The game is what I suppose is called a 3rd person shooter. Yes it's a genre that has been done to death but I can honestly say 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.
Pros: Great humour . Great puzzles . Great gameplay . Great game .
Cons: Slightly annoying camera but only when jumping .
Excerpt: When you were a kid, did you ever reenact famous wars with your stuffed teddies? Or did you get stopped by your parents for trying to set fire to the family pet? Perhaps the authorities frowned on you taking a rocket launcher to your local zoo? If you've been frustrated by the oppression like this, then Fur Fighters allows you to wreak hovoc on such cuddly animals!