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Submitted by stevivor 1055d ago | review

Review: Dead Or Alive 5 | Stevivor.com

Reviewer Will Kostakis writes, "For the most part, Dead or Alive 5 is the same Dead or Alive game you’ve played three times before. That’s not a bad thing, there’s something overwhelmingly addictive and fluid about the fighting mechanics. The formula has been tweaked – yes, the female characters now look less like inflatable dolls, yes, you can now interact with environments in strange, over-the-top ways, and yes, you can now sidestep to avoid strikes – but for the most part, things haven’t really changed." (Dead or Alive 5, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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