Summary: It's a basic fighting game. Most of the combos are the same for each character, but the effects are pretty cool. Unlocking characters gets repetitive. It's okay if you're looking for play ability, but if you want something more in depth don't get it.
Summary: I love this game for two reasons, because its fast pace and the fghting is just so incredibley flashy. I normally dont go for the fighting games simply because their unresponsive when it comes down to doing combos, but Bloody Roar is different. Just pick your player and get ready to rumble. Its a really great game.
Summary: I love Bloody Roar 4. Battle format is similar to other 1-2 player fighting games, such as the Tekken and Soul Calibur series. But I don't mind that myself. A lot of blood use, almost a ridiculous amount, but I didn't mind that either.
J. Strickland "Fighting Game master (consol)", Amazon
30 May 2008
Summary: Those who have played Bloody Roar in the past and liked it, may or may not like this one. It keeps some of the game play in there but enough was changed that it seems that it could have been its own series. The voice acting/ synch is still horrible, and some of the characters voices are different from the previous- and for the worse. They added more blood, lots more.
Summary: The Bloody Roar series has always been fun and unique. It has also been rated T in the past. This rating allows many people to enjoy the game. The mature rating surprised me and then I plugged it in I understood why it was rated M. The blood factor in this game detracts from the gameplay. Yes there was blood in the other games but it wasn't so overdone and you could turn it off. The blood in this game borders on the grotesque and twisted.
A great game in the series...but nothing spectacular
J. Fink "hodgemo2", Amazon
17 June 2004
Summary: Bloody Roar 4 is actually the 5th bloody roar game (6th if you count the arcade game Beastorizer) to be released. There was Bloody Roar, and Bloody Roar 2 for the Playstation, Bloody Roar 3 for PS2, Bloody Roar Primal Fury for Gamecube, and now Bloody Roar 4 for PS2. And while it is a great game, I'm just not so sure that it deserves five stars. Unlike Bloody Roar 2, there is no real story version.
Summary: "Bloody Roar 4"....It is definately a game that fans will most likely appreciate a little more than someone who has first laid eyes on it. However, I personally became interested in this series in the third edition. Mind you that the third Bloody Roar is far less in superiority to Bloody Roar 4 in many ways.