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Submitted by koga88 889d ago | review

Dead or Alive 5 Plus Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"With portable gaming handhelds growing more powerful, developers have a number of options when they bring games to market. Of course they can also choose to release a “Plus” version of the game as well. That is certainly something that Tecmo Koei has grown fond of ever since the Vita was released and while the original Dead or Alive 5 was released on consoles a half a year ago now, fans have another opportunity to pick up a Plus version of the game. The question is, has DoA5+ made the jump to the Vita successfully?" (Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) 9/10

masterabbott  +   889d ago
im picking this up! sounds awesome after reading this review.
militissanctus  +   889d ago
I never got into the DOA games, but I may have to give this a look!
o-Sunny-o  +   889d ago
I'm buying this on the weekend. When I got my money!

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