Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (PlayStation 4) Review | Cubed3

Being the company to launch the first 3D fighting title on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One sounds a tantalising opportunity, so it's a wonder that Koei Tecmo didn't get Team Ninja to bring Dead or Alive 5 Last Round to the newest set of powerhouse consoles sooner, especially given it is an updated port of last gen's DOA5. With the likes of Bandai Namco's Tekken 7 yet to release, though, KT and Team Ninja have still managed to get a foot in the door early. With a fantastic free-to-play option to enable all owners of PS4 and Xbox One (and indeed PS3) to give DOA5 Last Round a try, the Japanese developer will be hoping to not just capitalise financially, but also increase the fan base of the series, and learn what it needs to do in order to pave the way for a successful DOA6.

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