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Submitted by newgamernation 947d ago | review

Review: Dead or Alive 5 (New Gamer Nation)

Dead or Alive has become infamous for flaunting certain female characteristics. The argument could be made it was only extra on top of the fighting gameplay. However, after making not one, but two games about girls in skimpy bikinis fooling around in a paradise resort; it’s hard to take Dead or Alive seriously anymore. Going into Dead or Alive 5, it’s easy to assume it will consist of poor gameplay with busty girls in tiny outfits, but you couldn’t be more wrong. DOA 5 is an incredibly fun, deep, and rewarding fighting experience that if you pass up, you’re missing out big time. (Dead or Alive 5, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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