Summary: The Good: Looks great, responsive controls, beast form is fun The Bad: Shallow fight system, only 12 characters, lack of modes, lame story The PS2 wasn't without its fighting games, and most were solid. The Bloody Roar series started on the PS1, but has seen rocky acclaim ever since its first entry.
Bloody Roar 3 coulda been better.....although it was good.
10 October 2002
Summary: Bloody Roar, out of all the 3D fighters out there, was a favorite of mine(like Street Fighter EX). I'll admit, the series has always been a favorite of mine. Don't get me wrong, Bloody Roar 3 is a good game. Definitely. But, I had higher hopes for the series debut on the PS2.
Summary: While being graphically superior to most fighting games produced to date for the PS2, the overall game play becomes repetitive. Unless you are a die hard fighting game fan, or have a great group of friends with nothing else to do than this, then i recomend just renting it on occasion.
Summary: I OWN THIS GAME. THE GAME IS OK IF YOU LIKE THE BLOODY ROAR SERIES. THE ONLY PROBLEM I HAD WAS THAT THE PLAYERS DON'T HAVE A VARIETY OF MOVES. ONE PUNCH AND KICK BUTTON DOES GIVE YOU THAT MUCH OF AN OPTION IN FIGHTING GAMES. BUT ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS THAT IT HAS GOOD GRAPHICS.
Summary: I was really impressed with the first Bloody Roar. It was fast, had lots of moves, and the characters were original. Then the second one came out, better graphics, slow as hell. So now Bloody Roar 3 came out, how exciting!!!
Summary: I liked the first two Bloody Roars because of the ability to change into beasts in the middle of the battle, and the second one had a pretty good storyline for a 3D fighter. Truth be told, this game is one of the chief reasons I bought a Playstation 2 (that and the soon-to-be-released Final Fantasy...
Summary: i got this game when i heard that you could change into animals. as soon as i got it home i played it like mad but within a couple of days i finished it. it is a good beat'em'up but far too short.
Summary: As the first Bloody Roar to make it to the PS2, I was expecting a greater leap in terms of graphics and playability. However what you have is merely an average fighter which doesn't provide any long-term challenge or any amount of long-term playability.
Excerpt: dans la lignée des jeux de combats à succès il faut bien une suite. Ce jeu aurait pu être bien plus intéressant mais il perd son charme malgré de beaux graphismes et des persos intéressant... Perso y'a un truc de casser par rapport au premier....