Reviews and Problems with Fur Fighters: Viggo's Revenge
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This game is wonderful in the fact that it is so different from ...
Bryanna Zale, Amazon
23 March 2015
Summary: This game is wonderful in the fact that it is so different from the games out there today. The graphics are thick lined and the animation is a little quirky, but it all ties into the theme of the game. It is definitely one of the more complex games that I ever played.
Summary: Although the graphics are dodgy and the controls are hard to master, this is a great game. There are a whole load of massive levels, a huge armory of amazing weaponry, six different characters all with unique skills and attacks, mini-games as a reward for defeating each boss and hilarious cheats(for...
Summary: OK, I've put in more hours than I will admit to on GT3, and I found myself needing a change of pace. I picked up Fur Fighters because it was cheap. I haven't touched any of my other games since. FF is a completely original take on PS2 gaming.
Summary: Ok. First of all , the other reviews you read, FOGET em. The controls are great, well thought up, and easy to use. as far as variety goes, this is one of the biggest games on the PS2. There are so many places to explore and a very wide selection of weapons.
Summary: Now i have red some rewiews abouts this games control scheme being hard to work. But i found that while it may be a little confusing at first after awhile you will begin to love it. Also i love the cartoon graphics and witty humor. An overall must buy for gamers of all ages.
Summary: I had this on the Sega Dreamcast but couldn't quite get into it. Call it the "dreaded" DC controller meets "subpar" visuals. But Acclaim and Bizzare Creations have really done it on PS2. This game is unusually stunning but at the same time unnervingly difficult.
Summary: All things considered, this is probably my favorite PS2 game so far. It's a fantastic 3rd person, 3D shooter with game play that might remind you of the N64 game "Jet Force Gemini". The graphics are a quantum leap over the Dreamcast prequel.