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Submitted by H2OAcidic 686d ago | review

Dead or Alive 5 Plus (Vita) Review | Marooners' Rock

Adam writes:

"Fighting games always make me feel like an old man. Not because I’m outclassed online more often than not, although that’s true, but because it reminds me of starting out with the original Street Fighter arcade game and the Genesis version of Mortal Kombat. There have been countless iterations on various franchises since those salad days, and I am always surprised by just how great the Dead or Alive series is. As much as I want to hate it for the rampant sexism, Dead or Alive 5 Plus finally convinced me that the Vita could deliver an amazing rich fighter both online and off, boob physics or not." (Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) -

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