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Feet of Fury

Compatible with Dreamcast™ (DC™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
USD 0.00


  • Developer: Cryptic Allusion
  • Fight item battles between two opposing players.
  • Let your fingers do the dancing in Typing of Fury!
  • Region free title, supports NTSC, PAL and VGA displays
  • Supports all licensed Dreamcast controllers


The first release from GOAT Store Publishing is here! Can you dance your way to the top? If you have the guts and the Feet of Fury, you will love this new dance game! Also, check out Typing of Fury with the keyboards!
This is a CD-ROM based product and might not be compatible with some Dreamcast™ consoles manufactured after October 2000.

This software is not officially licensed, designed, manufactured, distributed or endorsed by Sega.

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Feet of Fury Retrospective Dreamcast.
This is where it all started, Feet of Fury was the first commercial Independent Dreamcast release, this was a brave move as Sega were still actively supporting Dreamcast at this point (2003) Feet of Fury aimed at doing something a little different in the Dreamcast's twilight period being a rhythm based dancing game that supports the DC dance mat or standard controller you had the option to stick to the tunes from the game or, with a little knowhow create a boot disc containing different songs it's the same slick dancing titles around for the PS/PS2 at the time but what makes this special is there is mode allowing you to use the Dreamcast Keyboard and type instead of using the aforementioned input devices much like Typing of the Dead also did, this is very novel and an original use for an otherwise underused peripheral.

To sum this up, it can be had for a very low price now, and there really is no excuse to not add it to your Dreamcast collection, be aware however, once you have one of the Goat Store published titles for the machine you will want them all as they all have a uniform Goat Store design that look better stacked together than one mixed with PAL/NTSC artwork games.
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