During a presentation held today in Japan, Atelier developer Gust announced a large bunch of crossover costumes between its own games and more.
Who even gives any attention to this trash still? Who? And if there is anyone, why?
I don't give a crap about all the costumes but DOA is certainly a great fighter.
Because underneath the fanservice it's a fighter more balanced than Tekken, with a faster pace and a counter system which forces you to use varied moves. Calling it trash just makes you come across ill-informed and flame-baiting.
Greater than tekken that's a nice opinion and all but in tekken actually have to learn. The fanservice also swings both ways in that series.
@Erogemaster I didn't say greater, I said more balanced :) Which is greater is up to individualistic preferences. I love both series, but the learning curve for both, are pretty much the same I think, with Tekken having more characters and taking the edge. But there is no denying that Tekken has a history of introducing imba characters in terms of speed/reach/power parameters.
I, personally, think it's a great game. Not trash, and the cosmetic costumes add greatly to the enjoyment of the game for many gamers, SJW. Maybe go play something else instead of criticizing a game you have no interest it or knowledge of?
Back to the monastery with you then!
I think all this stuff is fine but the pricing is ridiculous I'm sure by now every DLC totaled has to be near $1000
That screenshot though.
I dont care what anyone says.. DOA is a great fighting game.. Fan service? Sure but its still really fun to play
Agreed. It gets tiresome to see the same old talking points of "games with fan service are disqualified from being good games".
This is still going, well its time to keep or catch up with this series cause xtreme 3 isn't helping it none.
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