Furi for PC
PC - Windows

Furi

Jul 5, 2016
8.38
playscore
Good
988th of 38534

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: The Game Bakers
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Fight your way free in our frenzied all-boss fighter, and discover what’s waiting behind the last gate. Furi is all about the tension of one-on-one fights against deadly adversaries. It’s an intense, ultra-responsive game with a unique mix of fast-paced sword fighting and dual-stick shooting. Each of the formidable guardians —designed by Afro Samurai creator Takashi Okazaki— has a unique and surprising combat style that requires focus and skill to defeat. The high-energy action gets a boost from an explosive soundtrack composed by electro musicians including Carpenter Brut.

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 / AMD Phenom II X4
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 650 / AMD R7 250 (1GB VRAM min) (for 720p 60FPS)
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Controller

Gamer Reviews

5774 Reviews
9.06
whatoplay
0 review
NA
Orion
9.50
Jun 17, 2020
*work in progress* x)


i might change the rating once it's finished
Miguel Domingues

Miguel Domingues

Aug 4, 2021
6.50
Cxzytrash

Cxzytrash

Jul 19, 2021
8.00
Hami KESKİN

Hami KESKİN

Mar 13, 2021
6.00
newuser5

newuser5

Jan 31, 2021
9.70

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
7.69
Jack BampfieldJul 18, 2016
Furi isn’t exactly perfect, but with its unique visual and audio design, there’s plenty to like. Being July’s PS Plus game, it’s a damn fine addition to your collection, but at £18.99 I feel it might be a bit steep; there’s just not enough to offer good value for the player. That said, if you’re someone who enjoys boss battling in an impressively designed game than perhaps that seems a fair price to you.
Matt WhittakerJul 05, 2016
If Furi had another month or two in the oven to tighten up its parry system and clean up some of the issues with its interactive cutscenes, then it could be a shining entry in a year loaded with lovable indie darlings. Furi isn’t a bad game by any means, but it has a few too many noticeable flaws to warrant a wholehearted recommendation.
James DavenportJul 06, 2016
And Furi is at its best when it stacks up these big blocks of distilled style—canted camera angles, colorful vistas that fisheye into the horizon, glassy synth pump-up jams, bonkers anime adversaries with funky clothes and a few mysterious one-liners—and converts the sticky-sweet excess into adrenaline, tension, and confidence through its simple, challenging combat system.

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