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    Brutal: Paws of Fury

    Game » consists of 8 releases. Released Oct 01, 1994

    A light-hearted 2D fighting game starring anthropomorphic animals as martial arts fighters of various disciplines.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Brutal: Paws of Fury last edited by reverendhunt on 10/30/19 02:35AM View full history


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    Brutal: Paws of Fury is a 2D fighting game developed and published by GameTek for the Sega Genesis and Sega CD in October 1994.

    The game follows various anthropomorphic animals as martial arts fighters of various disciplines as they compete in a tournament in the secluded Brutal Island by the mysterious Dali Llama.

    The game is unique for its password system, where special moves must be earned by winning matches and each fighter's repertoire can be stored as passwords.

    It was ported to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in December 1994 by Eurocom. The SNES version was released in North America by Cybersoft, Europe by GameTek, and Japan (as Animal Takeranden: BRUTAL) by Kemco. It was also ported in 1995 by GameTek to the Amiga (only in Europe), Amiga CD32 (only in Europe), PC (only in North America, known as Brutal: Above the Claw in-artwork), and Sega 32X (only in North America, known as Brutal: Above the Claw in-artwork and Brutal Unleashed: Above the Claw in-game).


    Each fighter in the game is a different anthropomorphic animal and represents a different martial arts style (real or fictional). Most versions of the game include eight playable fighters and two unlockable bosses, while some earlier consoles exclude two characters. Two additional fighters were made for the last versions (while making the two boss characters playable from the start).


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