Summary: I am a HUGE fan of all the Bloody Roar games, and this, being one of the best games for Gamecube I've ever played, Is no exception. The soundtrack fits it perfectly, the gameplay is smooth, and something fans of Tekken, Street Fighter, and other side scrolling fighting games, can really enjoy. All-in-all, I rate this game a ten out of ten and I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.
Summary: I was blown away by this game. Unable to speak for its predecessors (as I've never played them) but this game is top notch all the way. The controls are excellent, use the triggers for strafing left or right, and the four face buttons offer up moves. There are practice modes that work well for figuring out new moves...
Summary: I played this game back in the day during it's year of release and only the Elder Gods know why I sold it. This game is tonnes of fun and challenging to boot, especially when played with a bunch of like-minded knuckle heads in couch co-op tournaments. My favourite feature by far is the difficulty slider which actually allows you to change your chosen character's power level and the opponent AI's power level separately, meaning you can fine tune the upcoming challenge...
Summary: ive got the pal verison of this game so i didnt have to buy a freeloader so what can i say about this game this game rocks its fun to play theres loads of fighters to chose from and its great fun to play with a friend so you buy this game to add to your gamecube games.
Summary: This is one of my favorite games on the Gamecube system. The first thing that drew my attention to this game were the graphics. They look very good, even today. It has a very polished look, from the interface to the detailed characters. The biggest achievement is that the game manages to capture an anime look for its characters without using a cartoony style. For some reason, though, the game wasn't very popular at the time of its launch.
Excerpt: Bloody amazing is the first thing that came to mind, you put in the disk load it up and away you go, 20 seconds down the line and your ready to play! Bloody Roar Primal Fury is a great come back from the people who brought us Bloody Roar 1,2 and 3!!! Although a great fan of Japanese anime I was a little disappointed with the starting FMV as it’s all in cartoons! Not really showing the full potential of the Gamecube which I think is a priority of any good games designer!.
Pros: Great Graphics, Great Gameplay, Brilliant Sound effects and Finally brilliant Combos !
Cons: Not enough Moves or move combinations, Shabby cartoony graphics during FMV's
Excerpt: When you pause to think about fighting games it’s quite likely that you’ll instantly think of Tekken, Virtua Fighter and possibly even the Street Fighter series. Today the supreme rulers of the genre are generally Tekken and Dead Or Alive whilst Virtua Fighter 4 is enjoying a multi-format update. The thing is, Nintendo are the ones who seem to have missed out on all the action. Sure, we all loved Goldeneye and Zelda on the N64 but where were the decent fighting games?
Summary: Frantic button bashing your thing? Bloody Roar will not disappoint. with 16 characters to choose from, all with the ability to morph into a raging beast your sure to find one to suit you, be it,Alice the Bunny Rabbit, Busuzima the Chameleon The power of the Zoanthrope is at your fingertips.This game oozes eyecandy and has amazing 3d effects and superfast frame rates. It won't dissapoint. Although not in Tekken's league, this is a great fighting game.