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There is no question that this is the ultimate version of the fifth manifestation of Dead or Alive. 0
It has been virtually a year since the first incarnation of Dead or Alive 5 arrived for Xbox 360 and PS3. This was the first time the sexy fighting game series had been created without the father, Tomonobu Itagaki, at the realm to overlook development. To give it a fresh start, Team Ninja decided to update the look of the game and change the appearance of its well known cast to be less anime and more realistic, similar to Ninja Gaiden’s style. A few months later, a port to PS Vita happened, whic...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Disturbingly under-appreciated by casuals and hardcore alike. Thankfully tournament scenes are beginning to notice. 0
DOA5 came out almost a year ago after a 7-year hiatus most likely due to company issues and the leave of Team Ninja leader, Tomonobu Itagaki. So it was a big surprise that DOA5 ever came out at all with a loss of interest from the community and a steady decline of 3D fighters. Despite this, Team Ninja has managed to squeeze out a great new installment that is developed with the intentions of being a hardcore fighter that casuals can also enjoy with the inclusion of amazing visuals, animation and...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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