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Dead or Alive: Dimensions (Nintendo 3DS)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 63 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the value for money and gameplay. The graphics and size are also appreciated. Many are less positive about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo 3DS Games the Dead or Alive: Dimensions (Nintendo 3DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Dead or Alive Dimensions (3DS)

 

Dead or Alive: Dimensions is a fun version of an arcade classic that offers some of the fastest fighting on the 3DS.

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Dead or Alive Dimensions Review

 

Take your pick: "Stonking Great" or "DDs hit the 3DS"

Send your comments to the author at eduardo@original-gamer.com article id: 2561 | poster: OG var disqus_shortname = 'originalgamer';var...

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Dead or Alive: Dimensions - 3DS review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Kasumi's goal was simple: kill Raidou. It didn't matter how or when, just as long as he was finally stopped. He'd gotten away with too much. He'd turned away from the Mugen Tenshin Ninja Clan, seeking power and glory. He'd left the village in shambles,...

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Dead or Alive: Dimensions (3DS) Review

 

Dead or Alive's debut on a Nintendo console retells the plight of the Mugen Tenshin clan in its entirety.

In Dead or Alive: Dimensions, Team Ninja takes a page from NetherRealm's handling of Mortal Kombat by retelling the classic Dead or Alive story with a whole new game and bringing together every playable character in the process. Series veterans and...

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Review: Dead Or Alive: Dimensions (Nintendo 3DS)

 

One of the returning modes that have received the best upgrade is the Training Mode. Thanks to the second screen we are now given the list of moves below and a few new options like being able to see frame data, move properties and output damage from...

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Dead or Alive Dimensions

 

Dead or Alive Dimensions offers a giant amount of options and modes to play through and will serve as a nice welcome back to the fighting aspect of the franchise. It doesn't bring a whole lot new to the series gameplay wise, nor will it change...

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Dead or Alive: Dimensions

 

Note - due to vision issues, I won't be able to review the 3D capabilities of any 3DS games.

DOA Dimensions is a fantastic entry in the series and a must-have for someone craving a portable fighting game. If you've ever even slightly enjoyed the series, you will get your money's worth out of this game - the core gameplay is as good as ever,...

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Review: Dead or Alive: Dimensions (3DS)

 

The jiggliest fighting franchise in gaming bounces its way onto the Nintendo 3DS, and it packs quite a punch.

Easy to pick up and play; 25 playable characters; lots of unlockables; online play; terrific 3D

Chronicle Mode is a little weak

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Dead or Alive Dimensions

 

Tecmo Koei's flagship fighting series makes its Nintendo platform debut with Dead or Alive Dimensions for 3DS. A touch-screen move list highlights this installment, allowing players to string together multiple punches, kicks, and acrobatic attacks simply

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Dead or Alive: Dimensions

 

Dead or Alive: Dimensions is a fun version of an arcade classic that offers some of the fastest fighting on the 3DS.

Simple controls are easy to learn ; Deep battle system makes for fast and fluid fighting ; Well-designed arenas offer plenty of tactical scope ; Impressively detailed visuals

Baffling story ; Annoying AI can ruin tag team battles ; Laggy and limited online play

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