Summary: I've always preferred the simple rock-paper-scissors combat mechanic of DOA games over older fighters like Street Fighter & Tekken. Plus the animation is smoother and the moves don't carry the burden of a 2D legacy as DOA has always been a pure 3D fighter.
Summary: DOAD is great. 3D effects were far better than expected, way better than SF4. I have both of those and now ill probably trade it SF4. DOA has more DLC than any 3ds game out, dlc literally comes out daily. Touch screen commands more effectiver than SF4. Graphics are way better too.
Summary: The graphics and gameplay are clean, and the storyline mode was actually enjoyable. Internet match mode was simple enough to access and despite early testing reports of framerate issues, I have seen none while running full 3d.
Summary: Don't believe all the graphics hype around this game or the 3DS in general. Sure the character models look great, but the screen resolution holds the system back. Almost every scene in the game or any of the 3DS games I have purchased so far (7 total) are plagued with jaggies.
Summary: Best game on 3ds so far , big fan of dead or Alive this is the best version yet.Loads of modes and tons to do and great graphics for a hand held .Add me if you want to fight on line my Id is mattdeniro and friend code is 0344 9269 4234
Summary: This has become one of my favourite games on the 3DS. The storyline is a little bizarre and hard to understand but I skipped the cut scenes first time round anyway before I took the time out to watch the whole thing (not sure if it was worth it, but).
If you loved playing any of the Virtua Fighter Series, you'll enjoy this one
2 October 2011
Summary: If you love the "rock, paper scissors" fighting style of games (as opposed to the pure button masher fighting games), you will definitely enjoy this game. I particularly enjoyed the "click on the bottom screen combo" option if you want to execute those insanely difficult button combinations that you...