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Dead or Alive 4 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
3.9 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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  • New characters added to the DOA all-star line-up
  • New interactive stages
  • New and in-depth story line and cut-scenes
  • Through Xbox Live, players can simultaneously compete, form clans and discover the new and interactive DOA4 lobby area -- featuring voice and text chat
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000N3RLQU
  • Item Weight: 32 g
  • Release Date: 16 Feb. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,304 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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I think this is a great game and thought it my duty to balance out some of the unjustified negative reviews posted for DOA4. I will particularly highlight the review made by Mr. D. Kelly, as whilst i'm normally very tolerant of other people's opinions, i would have to argue that your view on this game is just entirely wrong.

For one thing i have played the worst fighting game in the world and it is robopit 2, not this game. Secondly the DOA series has never been about revising excessive combos, it has been about timing your attacks and blocks to decimate your opponents defense and offense. Unfortunately this requires skill, something that you clearly are lacking.

Next up are the women of the dead or alive universe. I will agree that there bodily proportions are rather extreme and even though i have never been one to shy away from attractive women, i would argue that the rather "bouncy" physics on the girls has a certain comical edge to it. If this was all there was to DOA then i'd criticise till the cows came home (thus why i always complain about DOA extreme beach volleyball), but in the case of the main DOA fighting games you get a great fighting game plus some nice birds, so stop complaining! Plus they're ninja's! Which is awesome!

I'm also sick of people saying that you can't block. Use your heads people! see that blue button your controller. The one with the x on it. Well x marks the spot in this case as, whilst this is called the "free" button in the manual and serves to start a counter when pressed with a directional button, it also acts as your block button when held on its own. Of course this doesn't work if your opponent makes a low attack or grab, which is probably what happened to you Mr. D.
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This game is fast, furious, brutal, and has the lovely ladies and their bouncy bits back again. People may complain of the diffuclty factor (which is a bit bad when the boss can due some stupid 12 hit combo, will not be grabbed and is almost impossible to counter hold). But beside that is is a fun game, the graphics are absolutely astonashing, the sound effects are great and the characters very detailed. The characters from DOA3 are back with brad wong the drunk making his alchoholic apearence again. You will be frustrated starting fights over and over again but then again it also gives you great satisfaction watching that final blow strike when you finally beat your opponant. New inovations for the fighting include more uses of the scenary including using cars, leaping over rails and in water. One of the main things i have against this game, is the speed it runs at. Some people will say, but why complain because it runs better, The reason i complain is that on DOA3 + DOA2 Ultimate, you have a speed control function and on this game you done, it runs faster than when i set DOA3 to 150% speed, which means its hard to counter and block you opponant when they are moving at the speed of sound. All in all though a great gaem, and one i shall enjoy playing online.
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Hi everyone this is my honest review of DOA4 for the 360, this game no dout is one of the best fighting games availible for the xbox 360 and has had good feed back with previous games but how does 4 stand up lets see.

DOA4 is one of the fastest and adrenaline filled beat em ups out there, the controls are very easy to pick up and play that even your nan could give you a hammering lol. Much like its prequels DOA4 mixes fast easy to learn combos with throws and interactive environments. Unfortunatly DOA4 lacks a block button but works more on easy to execute counter moves, which adds more realism to the martial arts experience. Granted some might find this hard to pull of but adjusting the options will help by about 10%. With plenty of achievements, game modes and characters to unlock even one for the Halo fans :p DOA4 has alot of replay value. and for those who dont like too much change the DOA series is well known for its *wink* PG13 side and nothing has changed in the 4th installment.

DOA4 has incredible graphics characters and environments are very smoothly detailed and colourful but still manages to keep the anime feel of the characters.
the physics engine is great in this game
Everything in the game moves like it would in real life and all the environments are FULLY interactive and filled with character.
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Ok firstly i am a big DOA fan i have DOA 1 on PS1 DOA 2 on PS2 and now 3 and 4 on X BOX 360.

5/5 For the graphics, They are amazing so clear,fresh and clean.

5/5 For the characters they have a unique fighting style with new moves and a very fast way of moving. It makes it very fun.

5/5 for the overal game. Brilliant

1/5 When you fight the computer. The computer cheats and knows what moves you are about to make. It then counter attacks you endlesly. Using like 100 combos in one go, and using countless special attacks. It wont leave you get up and for some reason you are not that fast getting back up but the computer is up in 1 second. And if it knows your winning it will kill you anyway.
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