About This Game
Furi is a fast-paced action game with hack and slash, twin-stick shoot ’em up, and “bullet hell” elements, consisting entirely of boss fights. Gameplay consists mostly of dodging bullets, parrying attacks, attacking the bosses by melee or shooting, and quick time events. The game is set in closed world environments. Much of the game’s story progresses through these interactions, along with animated cutscenes occurring before and after a boss fight.
A mysterious man spends his existence receiving endless torture within a highly advanced prison, composed of ten islands floating in orbit above a planet’s surface. At the beginning of the game, an enigmatic man wearing a rabbit disguise who is known as The Voice frees the Stranger, gives him a sword and gun, and encourages him to fight for his freedom.
The Stranger must navigate each area, wherein dwells a single powerful guardian who exists only to prevent him from escaping: The Chain, a sadistic staff-wielding jailor who tortured the Stranger; The Strap, a prisoner armed with a laser cannon on her head driven mad from her imprisonment; The Line, a wise old man who wields a sword longer than his body and can manipulate time; The Scale, a vengeful diver armed with twin harpoons; The Hand, a noble knight who was responsible for imprisoning the Stranger in the first place; The Song, an angelic woman armed with twin crossbows who conceived the prison; The Burst, a sniper and master tactician; The Edge, an oar-wielding warrior who dedicated his life to fighting The Stranger; and The Beat, a young woman who strives to guard the final door.
|Genre||Action – Combat – Sci-fi|
|Works on||Windows 7 / 8 / 10|
|Languages||The Game Bakers / Plug In Digital|
|Released||July 5, 2016|
Intro / Trailer / Walkthrough
|Minimum System Requirements|
|System:||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|
Project Highrise: Las Vegas (2017)