Bloody Roar 3 pits 12 outlandish combatants against each other in one of the most ambitious 3D fighting games to grace the PlayStation 2. Returning from Hudsonsofts widely-acclaimed PS1 titles are Stun; Long and Jenny each of whom brings a unique fighting skill to the arena – not to mention the ability to transform into a carnivorous alter ego.
- During each bout players build an energy bar based on the number of successful kicks and punches they land on their opponent. As the bar fills players can then morph their combatant into terrifying manimals from beasts such as lions and tigers to moles. The morph in turn unlocks a secondary control system specifically designed with each creatures combat moves and appearance in mind. In effect this offers players two distinct combat types within one game.
- Bloody Roar 3 sees the introduction of two key additions to the world-beating series. The 3D worlds are now fully interactive allowing comba