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Brutal Fists is the fighting game developed by Genisu Games with NetherRealm Studios and published by 2DX13 Productions, it if created by Colin Wyckoff and the most improved gameplay of Mortal Kombat. Released in July 16, 2006 for the PC, PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360.

Story Edit

There is a mysterious figure by the name of Edmund Gareth, also known as the Mad Alchemist. Edmund has created a cryptic and deadly tournament called Brutal Fists (hence the game's title) where the best fighters compete against eachother. Behind that tournament lies a plot conducted by the Mad Alchemist himself, which is to take over the world with his homunculi army and make himself a god of it. Will a winner defeat the Mad Alchemist and save the world from his coming tyranny?

Gameplay Edit

Brutal Fists is a one-on-one fighting game formatted somewhere between 2.5D and 3D in which players fight on a 2D plain in a 3D environment but can still side step in accord around the stage. The game plays similar to Mortal Kombat (it doesn't help that Mortal Kombat is the game's biggest influence) and contains special moves and all characters have two fatalities called "Death Finishes" which, much like in Mortal Kombat, can be done after enough rounds were won.

Rosters Edit

Default Edit

Exclusive Quest Fighters Edit

  • Captain Falcon (F-Zero) [Wii]
  • Jago (Killer Instinct) [X360]
  • Sweet Tooth (Twisted Metal) [PS3]

Purchase Edit

  • Dark Blade
  • Edmund Gareth
  • Hibagon
  • Iron Maiden
  • Jenny Girard
  • Juro Takahiro
  • Lilith
  • Mejad
  • Mike Runner
  • Nestor Sevastan
  • Ogoleithus
  • Radior
  • Reiko Hotaka
  • Sheva Laronde
  • Vetala

Quest Fighters Edit

  • Agonistes (Clive Barker's Tortured Souls)
  • Akuma (Street Fighter)
  • Deadpool (Marvel)
  • Dr. Clef (Creepypasta)
  • Ivy Valentine (SoulCalibur)
  • Kenshiro (Fist of the North Star)
  • Lobo (DC)
  • Predator (Alien vs. Predator)
  • Scorpion (Mortal Kombat)
  • Solid Snake (Metal Gear Solid)

NPC Edit

Arena Edit

Default Edit

  1. Back Alley
  2. Copacabana Beach
  3. Dissection Lab Incident
  4. Heo Suwat
  5. Rodeo Show
  6. Seoul Science High School
  7. Shaolin Temple
  8. Snowy Woods
  9. The Butcher's Cabin
  10. The Streets
  11. Tokyo Rooftop
  12. Underground Ring
  13. Vatican City
  14. Wrestling Ring

Exclusive Quest Arenas Edit

  1. Freeway
  2. Mute City
  3. Tiger Temple

Purchase Edit

  1. 2nd Circle of Hell
  2. Celestial Presence
  3. Chaos World
  4. Circus Arena
  5. Edmund's Platform
  6. Edmund Gareth's Lab
  7. Goryo Shrine
  8. Hiba Forest
  9. Indian Cemetery
  10. Louisiana Swamp
  11. Midtown Detroit
  12. Power Plant Ruins
  13. Takahiro's Dojo
  14. Training Ground
  15. Witchita City

Quest Arenas Edit

  1. Agonistes's dwelling
  2. Desert Area
  3. Deserted Temple
  4. Hokuto Dojo
  5. House of Valentine's Prague Residence
  6. Hunter's Jungle
  7. Netherrealm
  8. SCP Foundation Facility
  9. Shadow Moses Island
  10. Wade's Apartment

Development Edit

Announced first game in 2006 after the cancellation of game 2003, Ballad of Death. Got the release the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii with PC as well.