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Dead or Alive 5 Plus (Playstation Vita)
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- Platform: PlayStation Vita
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The signature fighting style of the DOA series comes to PlayStation Vita in Dead Or Alive 5 Plus. Combining the stunning graphics and new martial arts techniques of the recent console release of Dead or Alive 5, Dead or Alive Five Plus adds a host of all-new features specifically designed for the PS Vita. In Dead Or Alive 5 Plus, players will take on the roles of the cast of Dead or Alive fighters in an intense, action-packed brawler, set in visually striking locations from around the world. The famed DOA hand-to-hand combat returns, supported by 3D stages that update the series’ characteristic style with a fresh look and feel. Stages in Dead Or Alive 5 Plus are more than spectacular visual backdrops, instead playing to a fighter’s strengths. As a fight progresses, the backdrop will change and interact with players. Skilled fighters will be able to utilise these dynamic stages to pit their opponents against fresh obstacles to create a new fighting experience. This fusion of combat and dynamically changing backdrops is the formula for the evolution of fighting games as “Fighting Entertainment.” With a sensual yet realistic style, Dead Or Alive 5 Plus characters are rendered in incredibly lifelike detail. Innovative touch controls bring a completely new experience to fighting games. Simple taps, swipes and punches to your opponent trigger a variety of devastating moves. Using the PS Vita’s motion sensor, you can play vertically for a first-person, full-screen view of your opponent. These intuitive new controls are only possible with the PS Vita’s touchscreen and rear touch pad. Both novice and expert players will find even more ways to up their game with Dead Or Alive 5 Plus. New modes focused just on training offer tutorials on game basics, and a new display of advanced frame data offers over twice as much the amount of information on each move than the previous version. Tournament players will spend ho
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and it fully works on the PlayStation TV 100% "even if its not advertised on the box art"
and its region Free.
What I've always loved about the series is its accessibility to new entrants and fighter enthusiasts alike. It's easy to pick up, without the need to memorize ridiculously complicated button combinations. Dead or Alive has always excelled for its simplicity.
Perhaps what makes the series so distinct (besides the obvious eye candy, of course) is its `triangle system', where just about any move can be overcome by another. Attacks can be countered, counters can be overcome by throws, and throws can be halted by attacks. This mechanic has been the staple mark of the series, with its greater reliance on timing than your ability to string elaborate combos together, something proven to be somewhat tedious for everyone outside the circle of hardcore fighting enthusiasts.
With Dead or Alive 5 Plus, fighting is still as incredibly fast, fluid, and easy to jump into as it's always been. However, a few significant tweaks have been made, and admittedly, not all of them for the best.
For starters, timing counters needs to be a little too specific this time round. There's still moments where I swear I pressed dead on time, but was denied, yet opponents seem to nail it nearly every time. In gameplay videos I've watched, I note players rarely using counters at all, if they know what's best for them, and I think this stands to that very reason.Read more ›
I've only had it for around a week and I do like it but not as much MK. The character models are good and the frame rate is excellent but some of the backgrounds aren't overly inspiring. I also like the blood and guts of MK. One reviewer said its accessible and it is to an extent as there comprehensive tutorials but there are a lot of moves to learn.
The game is also hard and very fast, a typical team ninja game it shows no mercy but never feels cheap, this is no button masher, you need to learn your blocks and counters. It's the speed of the fighting that I'm finding hard to get into as its much faster than MK.
In the end I'm enjoying this game and I've got a feeling it will be a slow burner in that the more you put in the more you get out of it so I'm determined to get decent at it.
One final comment is that the characters aren't that great, again MK is full of over the top characters each totally different not so here.
Hope that helps you decide.
and as i said i have this game already on the ps3 but I decided to get it again just to have it on the go
Many game modes and lot of downloadable content from PSN.
You can customize your favorite character any way you like.
Its your everyday DOA gameplay and a lot of characters. Thats fine and all, but youll play the story mode and call it a day. Then, you think, "I'll go get some dresses for the girls in the game" and you'll find DLC at absurd prices. 5 bucks for dressing your poligonal digital ladies in sexy santa outfits. Uh, no.
Touch mode is funny. See. I mean funny, not fun.
+: the story mode tells you a hell lot of whats going on in the franchise. You'll love it if you didnt played it in the last generations
-: I wish games this short would cost half of their price.
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Epic game, plays really well on the vita! only bought it as mortal kombat(vita) seemed too naff, but this game is epic!Published 8 months ago by Richard Kane Morris