Reviews and Problems with Dead or Alive Dimensions
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15 January 2012
Summary: DOA Dimensions is the freshest fighter on the 3DS, An instantly accessible, frenetic and exciting scrapper that will please fighting game fans everywhere. Granted the Chronicles mode narrative is laughable, with some odd design choices, and the controls- whilst very robust, may confuse some with the...
Summary: The graphics of them game are generally very attractive and is one of the best looking games on the Nintendo 3ds thus far. The gameplay is fluid although the addition of the touch screen input for combos becomes more of a hinderance than a perk when playing the game competitively it is better to use...
Summary: Dead or Alive Dimensions is simply a fun way to make journeys go quicker, with its eye popping 3D engaging you in the gaming experience. WIth 999 models to collect and characters/costumes too there is always something to do.
Summary: This in my humble opinion is the best game on the 3DS as of June 2011. The 3D effect looks amazing and compliments the game very well. There are tons of modes and lots of cool little things that help the game last longer, I especially love the fact you get a free costume every day automatically...
As of today, probably the best game on the system so far
Matthew J. Archdale, Amazon
30 September 2011
Summary: The title of this review pretty much says it all, the game is 100% worth your money if you own a 3DS or if you're considering buying a 3DS at this early stage of the handheld's development cycle.
Summary: If you have played DOA before, then you know what this is. The game is 100% like the console version. Fast and responsive. For those who have not played DOA before. It's a fast pace fighter with it's main theme being ninjas. Game is very fast, and counter attacks are as important as normal attacks.
Summary: I suspect many adolescents boys take pleasure in this game because of the breast physics of the female combatants. Not me! This attack counter high speed fighting game is a good alternative to Street Fighter 4 3D edition. Well worth getting both if you like beat em ups.
Summary: Great, beautiful game, tons of content and the online multiplier works almost without hiccups. My only problem: the 3D effect which is great causes great framerate issue, and the fights are wayyyy too short. Overall one of the best fighters on the system, and to be frank, in other systems.