Reviews and Problems with Dead or Alive Dimensions
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Yuan Wang, Amazon
29 September 2013
Summary: DOA dimensions is the first fighting game I have intensively played. Its graphics are excellent and its fighting system are very innovative. To be specific, you will see lots of beautiful girls fighting with each other with elegant acts which is very enjoyable. Yet it is far more than that.
Summary: I usually pass on fighting games, I don't even like Mortal Kombat. The only one I ever liked was Tekken. But I found myself at an after Christmas sale that offered the "buy 2 and get 1 free" deals. 2 problems: the free game has to be of equal or lesser value of the CHEAPEST game you bought, and this one was the only one that was cheaper then the cheapest game I bought (besides a few games I either already had, or ones that I know that I wouldn't like.
Summary: One of the main reasons I got a 3DS, besides wanting a new handheld system, was because I wanted a new DOA game. DOA wasn't out as of yet and I was wearing out my copy of DOA4. As I began playing it, I was pleasantly surprised. The graphics are very nice and neat on the 3DS, with only a bit of messy outlines on the characters. There are new costumes and some old classic ones which I appreciated.
Summary: I absolutely love this game! I was only recently introduced th the series, and don't know that much about it, but I know this... it's a great game. It's fun even now that I've finished story mode, the only reason it's a four out of five is because I wish the story mode was longer. Considering thats my only complaint just buy the game! It's definately worth your, or your parent's money. Oh yeah, and GENRA AND AYANE ALL THE WAY!
Summary: After owning it for over a month, I can say with confidence that this is the best fighting game for the 3DS next to Super Street Fighter IV. And it's not because of the fighter's boobs! Well, . . . not JUST because of that. The first game from their sexy franchise exclusively on a Nintendo console, Team NINJA made sure to make every hit count.
Solid gameplay and beautiful graphics--great fighter for the 3DS!
20 August 2012
Summary: Dead or Alive: Dimensions (DoA:D) is a fast, slick fighter for the Nintendo 3DS. It has tons of unlockable content and very fun gameplay. The main problem I had with the game was with the online multiplayer, which lags pretty often (at least in my experiences with it so far). I bought this game because I really like solid fighters like Street Fighter, Tekken, Marvel vs. Capcom, etc. and have been looking to round out my 3DS collection.
Truly a fun game for the slightly disappointing console
28 June 2012
Summary: It's a good game, it really is. The stages are cool, the fighting mechanics are cool, although if this is your first DOA game, many of the characters may seem really flat. Although you should always keep in mind that while some characters may seem lame, the fighting style, techniques, counter modes, and the great fun these fighters bring are impeccable.
Summary: tight controls, fluid combat, graphics amazing in both 2D and 3D, and DLC costumes and Wi-Fi gameplay all in a nice little game. the singleplayer story is horribly stuck together and a lot of the cutscenes are unfinished (just character models standing around as a voiceover explains whats going on) though the cutscenes that were either taken from the other games in the series or actually completed look AMAZING!
Summary: The Good: Smooth and responsive controls, using the bottom screen for a combo list makes playing easier, 3D effects are fun, lots of modes, utilizes Street and SpotPass very well, playing online is a blast, lots of things to unlock The Bad: Fight system is convoluted, story mode is pretty average, could have used more fighters and stages I have never been a huge fan of Dead or Alive outside the characters.