Mitsuko is a Zoanthrope who lived amongst the humans with her daughter, Uriko, keeping her Zoanthropy a secret. Uriko began to show the potential for becoming a Zoanthrope and became the target of the organization, Tylon, who wanted to create their own army of beast soldiers. Uriko is kidnapped by the organization for their experiments. Enraged, Mitsuko pursues Tylon relentlessly so she can rescue her daughter and return to their peaceful life. In Bloody Roar 2, Mitsuko is shown on the ground being surrounded by a group of men from the ZLF. She's finally liberated by her daughter Uriko.

Bloody Roar

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Page Updated:  Dec. 24th, 2020

Mitsuko is a character from developers thinking outside of the box... a fighting game female who isn't meant to be "sexy"? A true rarity in video games (not only fighting games)! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as they say... but if a woman can turn into a giant pig / wild boar, well... that's also something. lol. Maybe her design would've been better if her default (human) outfit was actually good. She looks like a farmer from 100's of years before I was born. Either way, that outfit is pretty bad.

Props for the developers doing something unique with this design... but I definitely understand why Mitsuko only appeared in one game and didn't return in any sequels. (Also, why the Japanese name? She's clearly not Japanese.). They could've just named her "Piggy" ... now that would've been clever (but probably not enough to save this design). In any case, if your non-informed gamer friend says "all video game females are sexualized" - kindly send them to this page.

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