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Dead or Alive 4

Dead or Alive 4
alaScore 70

19 reviews

Sep, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the multi player mode and gameplay. The story and graphics also get good reviews.

graphics, story, gameplay, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Dead or Alive 4 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 70/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 19 reviews)

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Fast, fluid fighting

 

The Dear or Alive series has been around for some time, known for its fast fighting engine and female heavy list of fighters. That is what this game is - a one-on-one fighting game. This version of it has been out for some time, and can be acquired...

smooth graphics, fast game play, lots of characters, low price

dated game, but still a solid value. voice overs are annoyinig

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Dead or Alive 4 for Xbox 360

 

Dead Or Alive 4 AKA DOA4 is a game developed by Tecmo's Team Ninja, they are famous for their Game of the Year title Ninja Gaiden (for the Xbox). DOA is a fighting game franchise currently battling with Tekken series who is a better fighter game. ...

I will start with the Graphics as I love graphical games:

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A great sequel

 

Dead or Alive 4 definitely didn't let me down. The graphics were beautiful, the characters were well defined, and the story was coherent. All in all, it is an excellent addition to the series.

Online play, new characters

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Lots of flash, little substance

 

Gameplay: 6

Demonstrates the power of the Xbox 360

Lack of innovation, cheap last boss, unbalanced, lag online

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Bouncing Boobs and Killer Kicks: Dead or Alive 4

 

In the hierarchy of videogame fighting titles, Team Ninja's Dead or Alive series has always languished somewhere near the middle of the pack. Known more for its jaw-dropping visuals, scantily-clad female combatants, and the phenomena of "breast...

Beautiful backgrounds, more nuanced fighting engine

The computer A.I. can be extremely cheap

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The best in fighting returns

 

Any long time dead or alive fan will obviously have to pick this one up , but I think tons of more people will get into it. It is probably my favorite multiplayer game for 360 at the time.

More fluent gameplay , cool multiplayer system

graphics look the same as previous original xbox version

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I swear I only play it for the articles!

 

It's a shame really, such a trivial little thing can ruin a reputation for so long. It was around 10 years ago that game developers Tempco got desperate in their attempts to compete with beat-em-up giants Namco and Sega. The game in question was Dead...

complex and skilful system, graphics, pace, online

the lag, some of the stages, oh and it's pervy reputation

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Dead or Alive 4 - Let the button mashing begin!

 

I'm a little torn on this game. I know it's a good game, but some many things bother me about it both in terms of gameplay and as an American male who doesn't have a thing for Japanese schoolgirls. Dead or Alive 4 is one more sequel in the genre of...

Fantastic graphics, smooth animations, excellent multiplayer

doesn't bring much new to the series

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You're Gonna Have To Man Up To Handle Hitomi - Dead Or Alive 4

 

A generation ago, Tecmo demonstrated the potential of Microsoft's Xbox, with the gorgeous fighter Dead or Alive 3. Though the game had some mixed reaction on the gameplay front, nobody argued that DOA3 was a visual benchmark for what the Xbox could do,...

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Dead or Alive 4: - The DOA Girls Return For Another Sexy Sequel

 

My first experiences with the Dead or Alive series came with part 2 on the Dreamcast. I had long begun to skip out on fighting games until this point, and you could say that this is the game that brought me back in. Since then I've picked up it's...

Graphics, New Counter Physics, New Characters, Xbox Live

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