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Nobutoshi Canna ...
Yugo Ogami (voice) (as Nobutoshi Hayashi)
Fumihiko Tachiki ...
Bakuryu (voice)
Ryô Horikawa ...
Jin Long (voice)
Rin Mizuhara ...
Mitsuko Nonomura (voice)
Mika Kanai ...
Alice Tsukagami (voice)
Scott McCulloch ...
Gregory 'Greg' Jones / Narration (voice)
Barry Gjerde ...
Alan Gado / Narration (voice)
Samantha Vega ...
Fox / Narration (voice)
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Yugo Ogami (voice)
Erik Bergmann ...
Bakuryu (voice)
Jimmy Nochol ...
Jin Long (voice)
Anet Tarpoff ...
Mitsuko Nonomura (voice)
Donna Mae Wong ...
Alice Tsukagami (voice)
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Action | Fantasy

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T
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Beastmaster  »

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[says it sometimes when you win the fight as Gado]
Gado: Mission accomplished.
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Followed by Bloody Roar: Primal Fury (2002) See more »

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The Start of Bloody Roar
21 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the game that started the Bloody Roar series. The series that allow your fighter to transform into a beast during the match.

Bloody Roar 1 was first released on the Playstation in 1997. While Bloody Roar might not have been the same fighter that fans of Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat it does hold up good on it own.

The intro of the game shows you what you can expect for Bloody Roar and it was pretty good with transformations to boot.

While today the graphics may not impress everyone at the time they were pretty good and they can still be good.

The sound is good with the fighters grunts and the beast using their claws for attacks.

The controls are pretty good for a pick up to play but it is a button smasher and you have to be on your tows for this game.

The game is more fun when you play it with friends or family so it could last longer.

Overall Bloody Roar was the start of the series and it deserves another try.

If you like fighting games then you may want to get Bloody Roar a try.

I give Bloody Roar a 7 out of 10


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