Brutal: Paws of Fury was released in 1994 by GameTek and Cybersoft in the US, and Kemco in Japan on the Amiga, Sega Genesis and Sega Mega-CD, and was ported to the Super NES later the same year. Another version, Brutal: Above the Claw was released on the 32X and PC in 1995 with two new playable characters and a remixed introduction. The general content and gameplay has remained constant throughout all incarnations, although the Sega releases boasted superior graphics and sound. Many fighting game fans preferred the SNES version, if only due to the 6-button controller, each button to correspond with strong, medium, and weak punches/kicks, while the standard Sega Genesis 3-button controller forced players to toggle between punches and kicks. This could be remedied with use of the Sega 6 button pad.
Brutal: Paws of Fury (1994)
Every four years on the uncharted Brutal Island, the world's toughest martial artists are invited to compete in the most gruelling tournament, aptly referred to as the Brutal Island Tournament. Only the winner of this tournament gains the privilege to challenge the Dalai Llama, the greatest fighter in the world, for the coveted Belt of Heaven championship.
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