Reviews and Problems with Dead or Alive Dimensions
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Must have fighting title on 3DS
8 May 2014
Summary: Great game, always loved the combat system, the story mode is kind of confusing but it's a fighting game so... Also would like to have all the costumes on the e shop or something. This is solid fighter for the 3DS.
Summary: It's a good game for people who like fighting and action games. There are many modes that a player can select such as: Chronicle, Arcade, Survival, Tag Challenge, Free Play, Training, Local Play, Internet Play, Throwdown, ID Photo Album, Showcase, Fight Record, and Options.
Summary: Dead or Alive Dimensions is a fantastic entry to the Nintendo 3DS library. It would seem that fighting games are REALLY doing well on the system and why not,it's portable beat downs in stereoscopic 3D! The games isn't absolutely perfect however the only two issues I have with this game are when your turn thee 3D on the frame rate drops to 30fps instead of a smooth 60fps, but it really doesn't hinder gameplay at all.
Summary: Dead or Alive Dimensions is impressive. Really impressive. The graphics are the best graphics I have seen on the system, most likely on par with upcoming Snake Eater 3D. Not to mention the incredible amount of content in the game. The 3D effect is subtle, and during cutscenes the characters almost seem like paper layered over each other. That aside, the 3D effect becomes more relevant during gameplay in the sense you can tell how far apart you and your opponent are.
Summary: This is one of the first good games that came out for Nintendo 3DS quickly becoming the first game i was interested on. After reading some reviews on the internet i was convinced that i wanted the game and i'm pretty happy with it. The graphics are awesome, the 3D looks pretty good (altought it becomes a little anoying when you get pretty excited), the scenarios are pretty and the characters are...bouncy...i suppose.