Ok, give us an upgrade and we expect all the good stuff from before with a few tweaks, as well as some new stuff. What we don’t expect is a game that plays worse than the original, especially when it’s on more powerful hardware. Games like Brutal: Above the Claw was why the 32X was never taken seriously. When your 16-bit version plays better and is more fun, why upgrade? Still, we have a review for those of you considering a purchase anyway. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
Tag: Brutal article series
Brutal: Paws of Fury
Gametek’s furry fighters appeared on all three of Sega’s 16-bit machines, and opinions vary as to which is the best. The Genesis version can hold its own against its Sega CD and 32X siblings, but how does it compare to the other fighters available on the console?
Brutal: Paws of Fury (CD)
Gametek’s furry fighters punch and kick their way onto the Sega CD. After playing the cartridge version, the question most gamers will ask themselves is whether or not this this tournament is worth entering. The answer? Yes, it is.