Before everyone permanently erases the memory of Fury from their minds, you may want to check out TechDomain's review for the other side of the story. They've written what they say is "a fair review that accurately reflects the state of the game". The game has not received much praise from the media, but TechDomain's review paints it in a much more positive light, and also includes input from a few vocal community members from Fury's forums.

In the end, their verdict of the game is that it needs polish and has a lot of minor cons that may deter new players from sticking around, but "the core game is functioning and functioning well". If after checking out the review you'd like to decide for yourself whether Fury is worth playing, keep in mind that the basic version of the game is now totally free to play.

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