GeekParty's Mandi Odoerfer writes: "When I tell people I’ve sunk over 100 hours into Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore, they tend to look at me as though I’m covered in slugs."
But how many are just bikinis?
i hope some of these are unloackable, as an extra incentive to keep playing against the cpu.
It looks like many of the costumes are indeed unlockable. This is a game I could play forever.
There's another 800 costumes waiting as DLC. /s Seriously though, nothing short of a long running stream of DLC is expected for this.
If there is an option for a Season Pass and it is reasonably priced...fine, otherwise keep the DLC I'll live with the core content. I might pick this game up as I haven't played a DOA since Ultimate on the Xbox (the first one). Soul Calibur kind of took over my attention, though I passed up the last one.
ill be picking this up but doubt ill be playing it to the point ill pass over all the other great titles this year.. I love DOA but im playing all the others too
300 of those have to be bikinis or else!!! :P
I have mixed feelings about this, I had skipped on DOA5 and Ultimate waiting for a complete version with everything but I'm biting with this one as a true complete version seems to never be coming. It bothers me that there is so much DLC on this game as it puts me off but I have to admit just the costumes on dics are already more than what any other fighting game has to offer even with their dlc included
No need to skip. Each DoA5 iteration was well worth the money compared to other fighting games currently in the market, and it's gotten cheap fast. And I think the team needs some money to make DoA6 even better, since there's still a lot of room for improvement.
Personally I feel that they put more work into costumes than making new characters. Both of them are the same concept. They just copy moves from other characters. I would have liked to see a new fighting style and not just a copy paste of the all the old ones. Radiou I can forgive cuz thats how he was in first DOA but not Honoka. She should have had her own style.
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