||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (FURY3PJ)
4 1/2 stars from CD-ROM Today
Some People Carry the World on Their
You Carry It in Your Sights.
Fury3 features 3 parallel playing
fields with multiple missions on 8 unique worlds.
Who says you can't save the world? In Fury3, you have
to save eight of them. From the sweltering heat of a tropical world to a toxic
chemical wasteland, you'll find plenty of places to vent. And with targets
above, below, and on each planet's surface, you'll see why it's fury - to the
Take a shot at the great wide open. Whether it's a
red planet or a moon, you'll be gasping for breath as you break the speed of
sound - battling enemy fighters above an alien world.
Cruise in complete control with six degrees of
freedom. You've just broken through the cloud cover and you're diving at a
frightening pace. Six degrees of freedom means you can move in a any direction.
So you can attack key enemy installations with confidence and control.
Crash through corridors of the underworld! Use
shields and weapons - whatever it takes - to maneuver through a labyrinth of
tight spots. Stereo sound echoes through this underworld, where a wrong turn
could lead to disaster - or strange surprises!
Have an out-of-body experience! Just give the command
and get an instant view of your location, your objectives, and hidden tunnels
under the planet surface.
Stick it to 'em. Fury3 takes full advantage of six
degrees of freedom, pushing your joystick to its maximum potential. And with
joysticks such as Microsoft SideWinder 3D Pro, you can use the hat-switch
control to look in any direction while your ship maintains its original course.
486DX/66 MHz or higher, 8 MB RAM, Windows 95/98/Me/XP,
Double-speed or faster CD-ROM drive, Local bus SVGA video, 256-color display,
Sound board plus speakers or headphones.
CD-ROM Today, October 1995
"...Now the 8,000-pound gorilla of software is making a grab
for the action arcade market with Fury3, a futuristic, first-person
flying and shooting game that's fast and, well, furious.
"Now comes the good part. Terminal Reality, the company that
developed Fury 3, has also created a strikingly similar game for
Form-Gen called Terminal Velocity. At
first glance the games seem identical, but subtle details keep them
"The freedom of movement in Fury3 is what immediately
catches your attention. In fact, it's such an exciting game to play, you can
almost ignore the fact that its sluggish speed causes you to overcorrect and
misjudge many of the fast-moving elements on the screen."
"Overall, Microsoft's entry into the action gaming market
isn't quite as grand as expected. True, Fury3's packaging, music, and
graphics are superior to Terminal Velocity's. For my money, however,
Terminal stays true to its name by offering faster, smoother play in a new,
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