Gaming Age: "If you already own another version of Dead or Alive 5, there isn't enough new material here to recommend a purchase unless you are die hard fan and want a portable version. The Touch Fight and other extra modes are nice but are more of a novelty than a reason to run out and pick this one up. Other extras like the Zach Island arena and the other difficulty modes are already available on Xbox Live and PSN as DLC. If you don't own either of the console versions but still want a solid 3D fighter, than this version might be right up your alley. The only advantage to owning both the PS3 and Vita versions is that you don't have to re-buy all the costumes you may have purchased, and that won't apply to owners of the Xbox 360 version. Like I said before, if you must have a portable version of DOA 5 then you won't be disappointed here, but if you are satisfied with playing at home, then the minor additions in DOA 5 Plus may not be enough for a purchase."