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Review Dead or Alive 5 | 4News.it

The roster of Dead or Alive returns larger and more fierce than ever to compete in martial arts brawls, "Fight".

Tested version of Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

After years of waiting here is that Dead or Alive fighting one of the most beautiful of all time, has returned to the rescue with a fresh new chapter chock full of news.

In recent years, the influx of fighting games on the market is really great, but Team Ninja does not seem to worry too much, being conscious of having security in the hands with Dead or Alive.

In fact, the brand has always presented itself as a fighting engaging, unique and explosive even for newcomers, and with this last chapter we have a significant improvement compared to the previous chapters.

Now the question is: will fail the Team Ninja to bring a nice breath of fresh air to the title remaining faithful to the characteristics that made ​​this series a brand? (Dead or Alive 5, PS3, Xbox 360) 90/100

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