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Submitted by Wiiloveit 567d ago | review

Review: Dead or Alive 5+ (DarkZero)

"Dead or Alive 5 was released last year on the PS3 and Xbox 360, but as several changes have been made for the PS Vita port the name was also altered to DOA5+. Although the ‘+’ signifies things were added and updated, several things were also taken away. The main features that have been removed are the tag fights (except for certain story matches) and the online lobby system, but the new additions make up for that and way more in this great port. There are still 24 playable characters and 22 stages with no new changes to the plot or story fights, so players don’t need to worry about platform-exclusive differences in the DOA-verse. All the significant adjustments are the inclusion of a huge amount of training exercises, which are exactly what a fighting game like this needs. With deep and often complicated mechanics (for those who actually want to learn and not mash buttons), the addition of a huge amount of tutorials and character-specific challenges is much appreciated." (DarkZero) (Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) 8/10

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