History VideoGame / FurFighters

8th Apr '16 8:48:22 PM ThraggLootrippa
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* VillainBall: Viggo knocks out everyone in Fur Fighter Village, and doesn't simply shoot the heroes as they lie defenseless. Viggo draws them back into action instead of just quietly taking over the world. He also doesn't attack the Village again until the very final level. Viggo might be smart, but he's taking this ball all the way to the end-zone.
29th Jan '16 1:38:16 PM MarkLungo
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28th Nov '15 10:31:06 PM nombretomado
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''Fur Fighters'' is a CultClassic of a videogame developed by Creator/BizarreCreations for the SegaDreamcast in 2000 and then later ported to the PlayStation2 in 2001 (as ''Fur Fighters: Viggo's Revenge''). We say cult classic because nobody bought the game despite it receiving very good reviews and being very funny. The game was later ported to IOS devices, and although the developer (Creator/BizarreCreations) are defunct, the copyright belongs to a former employee who bought it for five pounds.

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''Fur Fighters'' is a CultClassic of a videogame developed by Creator/BizarreCreations for the SegaDreamcast UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast in 2000 and then later ported to the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 in 2001 (as ''Fur Fighters: Viggo's Revenge''). We say cult classic because nobody bought the game despite it receiving very good reviews and being very funny. The game was later ported to IOS devices, and although the developer (Creator/BizarreCreations) are defunct, the copyright belongs to a former employee who bought it for five pounds.



* MultiPlatform: First on the SegaDreamcast, then on the {{PS2}}, and now on the iOS. Now it's only a matter of time before an HD re-release of the PS2 remake of the game is planned to be available for download on the Next-Gen Consoles.

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* MultiPlatform: First on the SegaDreamcast, UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast, then on the {{PS2}}, and now on the iOS. Now it's only a matter of time before an HD re-release of the PS2 remake of the game is planned to be available for download on the Next-Gen Consoles.
8th Feb '15 11:35:47 AM Jallen
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31st Jan '15 4:04:24 PM Wyrmflight
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** Taken a bit further with the blood cheat which is unlocked if you kill all the rabbits in [[GreenHillZone Fur Fighter Village]], it's useless and it does nothing.

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** Taken a bit further with the blood cheat which is unlocked if you kill all the rabbits in [[GreenHillZone Fur Fighter Village]], it's useless and it does nothing.absolutely nothing unless you're playing the PAL version of the game.
1st Jul '14 6:35:28 AM rocker1992
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* CheckPoint: The telepoints, which also double as the game's save points.

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* CheckPoint: The telepoints, which also double as the game's save points.SavePoint throughout the levels.



* PowerUp: There's three of 'em and are usually rare in the course of the game, [[SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity typically right before a mini-boss fight or ambush]]. These are the Beetle Shield which is exactly what it sounds like, Bear Disguise, which allows you to slip past enemies unsuspected (unless you open fire on them), and Meerkat Multiple, where four Meerkats with [[MoreDakka sub-machine guns shoot with you]].

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* PowerUp: There's three of 'em and are usually rare in the course of the game, [[SuspiciousVideoGameGenerosity typically right before a mini-boss fight or ambush]]. These are the Beetle Shield which is exactly what it sounds like, Bear Disguise, which allows you to slip past enemies unsuspected (unless you you're foolish enough to open fire on them), and Meerkat Multiple, where four Meerkats with [[MoreDakka sub-machine guns shoot with you]].
29th Apr '14 9:21:41 PM Angeldeb82
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* OneHundredPercentCompletion: Completing every level, with every baby rescued, and every token collected (the level hub and the HubWorld tokens count).
* AbuseIsOkayWhenItsFemaleOnMale: Bungalow and Esmeralda's relationship to a T.

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* OneHundredPercentCompletion: HundredPercentCompletion: Completing every level, with every baby rescued, and every token collected (the level hub and the HubWorld tokens count).
* AbuseIsOkayWhenItsFemaleOnMale: Bungalow and Esmeralda's relationship to a T.
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* AnimalStereotypes: The main characters themselves (really noticable in the PS2 port) and General Viggo.
* AnvilOnHead: An unusual variation of the trope. The introduction to Cape Canardo shows a bus that Rufus is traveling on being interrupted by a anvil out of nowhere. Cut to a decrepit space station where Viggo complains that after spending a fortune repairing the station and giving the bears astronaut training, his minions only brought one anvil to drop from orbit onto the Fur Fighters. He promptly [[KnowWhentoFoldEm orders everyone to begin abandoning the station]]. Cartoony villainy at its finest.
* AppliedPhlebotinum: As an extra insult from Viggo to the heroes, their kidnapped spouses/husband/mother are somehow mutated into giant super-powered monstrosities. These creatures tend to figure greatly in Viggo's schemes. It's a little ridiculous when a dog or a kangaroo of maybe 4-5 feet turns into [[AttackoftheFiftyFootWhatever 400 m. tall mutants]]. And after they get shot enough, the afflicted turn right back into their former selves with no medical complications.

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* AnimalStereotypes: The main characters themselves (really noticable noticeable in the PS2 port) and General Viggo.
* AnvilOnHead: An unusual variation of the trope. The introduction to Cape Canardo shows a bus that Rufus is traveling on being interrupted by a anvil out of nowhere. Cut to a decrepit space station where Viggo complains that after spending a fortune repairing the station and giving the bears astronaut training, his minions only brought one anvil to drop from orbit onto the Fur Fighters. He promptly [[KnowWhentoFoldEm [[KnowWhenToFoldEm orders everyone to begin abandoning the station]]. Cartoony villainy at its finest.
* AppliedPhlebotinum: As an extra insult from Viggo to the heroes, their kidnapped spouses/husband/mother are somehow mutated into giant super-powered monstrosities. These creatures tend to figure greatly in Viggo's schemes. It's a little ridiculous when a dog or a kangaroo of maybe 4-5 feet turns into [[AttackoftheFiftyFootWhatever [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever 400 m. tall mutants]]. And after they get shot enough, the afflicted turn right back into their former selves with no medical complications.



* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Bungalow and Esmeralda's relationship to a T.



* KangaroosRepresentAustralia: Bungalow



** TeamPet: Fifi. A kitten-sized man that [[AustinPowers resembles Dr. Evil with a monocle]].

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** TeamPet: Fifi. A kitten-sized man that [[AustinPowers [[Film/AustinPowers resembles Dr. Evil with a monocle]].



* [[GettingCrapPasttheRadar Getting Crap Past The Radar]]: All of the bonus Flea rounds have the player controlling a flea somewhere on the Fur Fighter's body. It's usually somewhere on the head or open to the air; you can see the sky of whatever level the Flea Swarm is in, like snow in New Quack City. The sky on Juliette's stage, on the other paw, is blocked by some kind of blue material. The only blue clothing she has is her shirt, the level structure is mostly vertical platforming, and in the distance to either side you can see what appears to be two orange mountains. Guess where you are...

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* [[GettingCrapPasttheRadar Getting Crap Past The Radar]]: GettingCrapPastTheRadar: All of the bonus Flea rounds have the player controlling a flea somewhere on the Fur Fighter's body. It's usually somewhere on the head or open to the air; you can see the sky of whatever level the Flea Swarm is in, like snow in New Quack City. The sky on Juliette's stage, on the other paw, is blocked by some kind of blue material. The only blue clothing she has is her shirt, the level structure is mostly vertical platforming, and in the distance to either side you can see what appears to be two orange mountains. Guess where you are...



* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Entire Family]]: The game starts off with General Viggo covering Fur Fighter Village in KnockOutGas and absconding with the heroes' children, along with their wives/husband/mother. Viggo did this to dissuade the Fur Fighters from interfering with his world domination scheme. They [[RoaringRampageofRevenge had other plans]].

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* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Entire Family]]: The game starts off with General Viggo covering Fur Fighter Village in KnockOutGas KnockoutGas and absconding with the heroes' children, along with their wives/husband/mother. Viggo did this to dissuade the Fur Fighters from interfering with his world domination scheme. They [[RoaringRampageofRevenge had other plans]].



* TheLeader: Roofus



* KangaroosRepresentAustralia: Bungalow



* TheLeader: Roofus



* [[OffwithHisHead Off with His Head]]: A fun experiment to try: run up to any Bear with while using a Shotgun and fire. Watch that head fly!

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* [[OffwithHisHead Off with His Head]]: OffWithHisHead: A fun experiment to try: run up to any Bear with while using a Shotgun and fire. Watch that head fly!



* WeCannotGoOnWithoutYou: Partly {{Justified|Trope}}, as noted in a later scene that [[spoiler: the teleporter can only handle one person out without causing damage.]] Doesn't really justify why they don't go in groups, other than for quick escapes...
* WeHaveReserves: Viggo and his men, of course. It's brought to its logical conclusion in the intro for the City of Fear; as a result of the Fur Fighters going through all the previous locations of the game, they killed ''all but five of Viggo's bears''. Naturally it [[GameplayandStorySegregation doesn't actually affect the hordes you fight]].

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* WeCannotGoOnWithoutYou: Partly {{Justified|Trope}}, as noted in a later scene that [[spoiler: the teleporter can only handle one person out without causing damage.]] damage]]. Doesn't really justify why they don't go in groups, other than for quick escapes...
* WeHaveReserves: Viggo and his men, of course. It's brought to its logical conclusion in the intro for the City of Fear; as a result of the Fur Fighters going through all the previous locations of the game, they killed ''all but five of Viggo's bears''. Naturally it [[GameplayandStorySegregation [[GameplayAndStorySegregation doesn't actually affect the hordes you fight]].
4th Apr '14 6:55:52 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: Contains several to JamesBond, as well as some more obscure ones such as ''Film/PulpFiction''.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Contains several to JamesBond, ''Film/JamesBond'', as well as some more obscure ones such as ''Film/PulpFiction''.
25th Feb '14 9:54:33 AM rocker1992
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* UpdatedRerelease: The PS2 port gives the characters actual voices, improves the graphical cel-shaded style, switches a bit of the music around, adds a level exclusive to it, changes most of the script of the original game as well as adding a few new lines to the script, and adds a few extra bonus levels to obtain new upgrades to the Fighters' physical attacks.

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* UpdatedRerelease: The PS2 port gives the characters actual voices, improves the graphical cel-shaded style, switches a bit of the music around, adds a level exclusive to it, as well a couple of new weapons, changes most of the script of the original game as well as adding a few new lines to the script, and adds a few extra bonus levels to obtain new upgrades to the Fighters' physical attacks.
7th Feb '14 8:27:35 PM rocker1992
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* MultiPlatform: First on the SegaDreamcast, then on the {{PS2}}, and now on the iOS. Now it's only a matter of time before an HD re-release of the PS2 remake of the game is planned to be available for download on the Main/{{Xbox 360}} and/or the {{PS3}}.

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* MultiPlatform: First on the SegaDreamcast, then on the {{PS2}}, and now on the iOS. Now it's only a matter of time before an HD re-release of the PS2 remake of the game is planned to be available for download on the Main/{{Xbox 360}} and/or the {{PS3}}.Next-Gen Consoles.
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