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Dead Or Alive 5- PS3

Dead Or Alive 5- PS3
alaScore 91

28 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the single player gameplay. The gameplay also gets good feedback, whereas some have doubts about the value for money and story.

gameplay, single player

story, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dead or Alive 5- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 28 reviews)

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Dead or Alive 5

 

I’m a fighter.” That phrase is the slogan for the latest entry in Team Ninja's venerable franchise, Dead or Alive. Those words represent the idea that DOA is no longer an exclusive club solely for hardcore fighting enthusiasts, but rather a piece of...

I’m a fighter.” In this, again, the franchise’s fifth game, it’s hard to read those words as intended, rather than a cry for validation. Dead or Alive 5 is just as unique as it is awkward. On the surface it still wants to be the kooky, over-the-top...

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Dead or Alive 5 Review: A Step Closer to Maturation

 

A major improvement over previous entries, but DOA5 is still playing catch up with other games in the genre.

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Dead or Alive 5 Review

 

As was the case with Tekken Tag Tournament 2, comfortable familiarity is a key element in Dead or Alive 5. TTT2 tweaked a bit more but for the most part, both new fighters cater to the long-time franchise fans by remaining recognizable while upping the...

The Ugly: "DoA? Ugly? NEVAH."

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Dead or Alive 5 Review

 

Need a little substance to go with your style? More than ever, Dead or Alive has you covered.

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Dead or Alive 5

 

Remember when Dead or Alive wasn't just a fan-service, minigame-ridden, volleyball-infused, T&A bounce fest? These characters were actual fighters, who regularly beat the crap out of each other in a tournament instead of lazing on a beach in a strange...

Dead or Alive 5 is a delicious surprise. While casual fighting game fans will be able to pick up and play, serious combatants will enjoy the rich and deep counter and hold system, as well as the tag team elements where unique match-ups can offer their...

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Dead or Alive 5 Review

 

Dead or Alive 5 is a deceptive game: behind all the gorgeous women and explosive areas rests a dynamic and enjoyable fighter.

Complex and hard-hitting fighting mechanics ; Stable online play ; Smooth character animations

Poorly executed educational mode ; Sorting replays is a chore

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Dead or Alive 5 Review

 

Have you ever had tunnel vision?

Old-school; Story Mode teaches you each character; Character models and effects; Core fighting gameplay

Almost completely without New-school; But what the hell is going on?; Same old same old

If you're a fan of Japanese fighters, you won't find a more core-focused beatdown. The stringent reliance on the formula can be a turn-off, but there's a level of welcome simplicity in walloping your opponent with fists and feet. However, I think...

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Dead or Alive 5 Review

 

Team Ninja resurrects the DoA franchise without it's creator. Read our full review to see the results.

Stages are fantastic ; Plethora of content to unlock ; Fighting system is honed to perfection ; Visuals are outstanding

Online growing pains ; Later difficulties are cheap

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Dead or Alive 5 review: Slick, brutal and bouncy - but unambitious

 

Fast, slick, brutal combat ; Inclusive fighting system that rewards extended play

Lacks the complexity of Street Fighter ; Story is superfluous nonsense

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Dead or Alive 5 Review

 

Dead or Alive 5 is a deceptive game: behind all the gorgeous women and explosive areas rests a dynamic and enjoyable fighter.

Complex and hard-hitting fighting mechanics ; Stable online play ; Smooth character animations

Poorly executed educational mode ; Sorting replays is a chore

For players new to the Dead or Alive series, the best place to start is the game's Story mode, which doubles as its main educational mode. In brief, series veteran Helena has assumed control of DOATEC, a corporation that does something and is hosting...

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