FURY

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FURY
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Auran
Gamecock Media Group
MMO, RPG
DVD-ROMDigital Download
Keyboard, Mouse
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
Gameplay-Multi-player.pngGameplay-MMO.png
Ratings
FURY
Technical Information
Unreal Engine 3SpeedTree
Main Credits
Auran
Pedro Camacho
Retail Minimum Specifications
Operating System(s)
Windows XP SP2
CPU(s)
Pentium 4 2.0 GHz
RAM
Windows XP: 512 MB
Windows Vista: 2 GB
GPU(s)
NVIDIA GeForce 4 Ti
ATI Radeon 9600
Graphics RAM
128 MB
HDD Space
10 GB
Optical Drive
2X CD-ROM
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
October 162007
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Fury (stylized as FURY) was a player versus player (PvP) competitive online role-playing game (CORPG) / massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Auran. It was released on October 16, 2007 and was shut down on August 7, 2008. This place the total life of the game at slightly under ten months. The soundtrack was composed by Pedro Camacho[1]. The game was shut down on August 7, 2008.

Fury's focus on PvP combat differentiated it from traditional RPGs that center around player versus environment (PvE) content against non-player characters. However, like most RPGs, Fury used collectible equipment, skills, and a ranking mechanism for players. Fury used a method of matching equally ranked players from across the world in PvP matches, and was said to not always work well.[citation needed]

Fury further differentiated itself from traditional RPGs by making many of its spells and abilities activate instantly and lacking a cooldown period. The pace of gameplay thus tended to be faster than PvP combat in traditional RPGs. For example, spell-casters in Fury were sometimes not frozen in place when casting a spell, which allowed them to retreat and avoid obstacles that might otherwise have locked them in.

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Reviews
Publication Score
GameSpy 2.5/5
GameSpot 4.5/10
IGN 6.5/10
Game Informer 5/10
Eurogamer 3/10
GameZone 4.6/10
PALGN AU 7/10
NZGamer 5/10
1UP.com 4/10
Cheat Code Central 3.1/5
PC Gamer 61/100

Fury received mixed reviews from major gaming websites, having a 50.8% rating on GameRankings.[2]

  • GameSpot gave the game 4.5 out of 10, highlighting its poorly optimized engine, and its clumsy and chaotic gameplay.[3]
  • IGN gave a 6.5 out of 10, however ultimately criticized similar concepts, such as excessive amounts of useless skills, too many NPCs and minimal longevity.

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