Bloody Roar, Schmuddy Roar... Let's get to work on that Battle Arena Toshinden revival!
I remember it existing but nothing beyond that.
I played so much Bloody Roar 3. Probably because I was 9 and it was the first real fighting game I'd ever touched, but still.
In other news, Bloody Roar has fans.
I always get Bloody Roar and Primal Rage mixed up. Make a new Primal Rage.
I used to play the shit out of some Bloody Roar (and Primal Rage).
Already got rebooted.
We need to find the bastard who posted that and give him a gentlemen's beat down.
"Just wanted to show @Konami that their is still fans of #BloodyRoar."
Ugh, Pee Klep I thought better of you. Intentionally adding typos to quoted material in order to discredit their source is a pretty shady tactic.
Any Bloody Roar fans wanna hug it out?
I'm right here, man.
Twitterjacking. It's a thing I guess.
Whatever. Games were bad anyways.
I'd rather play Jungle Roar with the latest in cutting-edge dubsteo featuring DJ Ungelvral.
What a shocking development! Twitter has always been the shining beacon of trust, truth and integrity.
I was kinda excited when the news broke but I can't say I'm all that disappointed in the truth.
I knew it! Called it!
Hudson soft died a few months back anyway. The remaining company is only concerned in publishing small apps in Japan only :/
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Who cares, it was Bloody Roar this dude was talking about. That game sucked hard on PS1, it will suck even harder today.
I've got balls of sadness.
Disappointing. I have all of the BR games and am ready for a new one. Maybe one day....
I was not really interested in playing another Bloody Roar game but this trend of game related Twitter nonsense is really weird.
I wonder if the use of social media will mature over time.
We are saved from a crappy fight game? Sweet.
???? really ? , i will really this at every angle until infinity , really people care , really this is news .....really...
While this is kind of a jerk move, I do have to admit that he got his point across, he did show people that there is still a lot of love for that game and it could very well end up leading to something.