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Submitted by Mariye 575d ago | review

GamerTell Review: Dead or Alive 5 Plus

From the review, "The Vita has become a bastion for fighting games, nearly all of them ports of console releases. Most recent is Dead or Alive 5 Plus, Team Ninja’s handheld adaptation of Dead or Alive 5. Fortunately, it’s just as pretty and entertaining as its big sister, though people who pick it up will have to be satisfied with one-on-one encounters with opponents." (Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) A-/A+

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