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Submitted by GodisaGeek 392d ago | review

Dead or Alive 5 Plus Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "Dead or Alive 5 is a brilliant game on the PlayStation 3, but it’s even better on the Vita. Ignore the hokey story and cringe-worthy voice-acting and focus instead on the fighting itself, and the wealth of modes and content will keep you hooked for weeks. It’s a shame that the new Touch Fight system feels like a pointless gimmick, as the rest of the game is hugely enjoyable.

It may not be the most technically-proficient fighter and it may be showing its age in more ways than one, but Dead or Alive 5+ is one of the most impressive fighters on the Vita in terms of instant playability and sheer value for money. This is the best available version of a great game, and worthy of your money and attention." (Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) 9/10

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