Submitted by Grateful Ghoul 876d ago | review

Review: Dead or Alive 5+ (This Is My Joystick)

Set a few years after DOA4, Helena, the head of DOATEC, has set about trying to rebuild the company with a more honest approach than under its old hierarchy. She closes their bio-weapons divisions, previously responsible for the out-of-control clone of combatant Kasumi, known as Alpha-152. To prove DOATEC’s new peaceful vision, she once against hosts a… errm… fighting competition.

Well, that’s certainly one way to get the pacifists back on side… Meanwhile, Alpha-152 is still missing, and as a result it would seem the threat of bio-weaponry is not yet totally behind our tournament’s contestants. (Dead or Alive 5 Plus, PS Vita) -

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