Bloody Roar 4 is a fighting game developed by Eighting and Hudson Soft in 2003. It is the second game in the series to appear on the PlayStation 2 and the only game in the series to have received an M rating by ESRB due to the blood effects. Like the previous games in the series, characters can transform into beasts during battle, using the beast gauge, slightly increasing their power. Unlike the other games, however, the beast gauge acts as its own separate health meter.
Play! is a PlayStation 2 emulator for the Android operating system that lets you enjoy some of the best 128-bit era games on your smartphone or tablet, from Resident Evil 4 and Smackdown Pain to Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, Final Fantasy X and even Pro Evolution Soccer 3.
Like the main emulator for the modern game console (and specifically for Android emulator), the compatibility list for Play! very limited Some games can not be played at all, others are only halfway, and others can be played more slowly than they should be.
Setting options in Play! also very limited Users can only look for ISO file or .BIN to start the game in their Android device directory. However, fortunately this app can rotate the screen automatically if needed for a particular game.
Play! is the first PS2 emulator for Android and therefore has a bit of a problem. Upcoming updates will solve this problem a lot.
Bloody Roar 4
November 11, 2003