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Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut (Nintendo 64)

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Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut is a parody of one-on-one fighting games and features sixteen playable clay fighters, including Sumo Santa, Statue of Liberty, Booger Man and Earthworm Jim. It is the sequel to Clay Fighter 63 1/3.

Like the title suggests, it is not an entirely new game but rather a different version of it. The most notable differences are the four extra playable characters and betterments in the 2D-style camera angle. You cannot perform unlimited combos anymore either.

Moves are a mix of standard punches and kicks (although not all of the contestants have hands or legs) and a large number of special moves specific to each and combos. You can sometimes interact with your environment by kicking your opponent through a door or window and continue on the other side. You can also end the fights with Mortal Kombat-style "Claytalities".


Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut Nintendo 64 Intro graphics. The three dudes on the left? They are _one_ fighter.
Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut Nintendo 64 Notice the rubber chicken.
Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut Nintendo 64 Santa is giving me a serious beating.
Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut Nintendo 64 The three dudes against the statue of liberty.

Alternate Titles

  • "Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut - Director Frosty - Take 63 1/3 in 3D Worlds" -- Tag-lined title

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This game has been released solely for rental among Blockbuster shops.
viritys (170) added Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut (Nintendo 64) on Jan 23, 2008