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Submitted by Venomousfatman 573d ago | review

The Koalition - Dead or Alive 5 Plus Review- Handheld Beautiful Fighting

The Dead or Alive series has always been about three main things. Beautiful women, fast paced fighting, and sleek looking backgrounds to settle scores with opponents. Over the years, each new entry into the franchise has raised the bar higher for the series, bringing together new elements to freshen up the overall experience in the DOA world. Beforehand, the only portable experience available was on Nintendo’s 3DS console, called Dead or Alive Dimensions, but it was only a matter of time before the PlayStation Vita got its chance to tango with the DOA girls. Enter Dead or Alive 5 Plus, a portable version to the newest and shiniest console addition to the series. This handheld port of the console game brings some interesting aspects to the table while still maintaining everything gamers loved about the original Dead or Alive 5. (Dead or Alive 5, Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) -

ElectroJade  +   573d ago
Dead or Alive actually seems decent for once. Hm.

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