Submitted by ftwrthtx 380d ago | review

Dead or Alive 5+ Review (PS Vita) | PlayStationLifeStyle

Dead or Alive 5 was released back in September for both of the big box consoles and Team Ninja has just released their ported PS Vita version with a few new bells and whistles. Was it a successful port, or should it have been left in dry dock? Let’s find out. (Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) 8/10

TerminalGamer  +   380d ago
DLC gives this game a lot of eye candy. Touch screen fighting might make you feel like a perv though. LOL
dbjj12088  +   380d ago
This N4G submission made me feel like a perv.
ftwrthtx  +   380d ago
Ummm.... those of us that know you....know you ARE a perv. :-)
Parapraxis  +   380d ago
The fact that i was dissapointed by the blurry article image....
Gaming_Point  +   380d ago
LOL too bad the old DOA characters are hotter
alexcosborn  +   380d ago
touch to play

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