Summary: Good DOA game. The countering has continued to get more complicated ever since DOA2 which I personally do not like I preferred the more rock, paper, scissors of DOA 2. In DOA2 there was a nice balance of countering defeats attacking, attacking defeats grabbing, and grabbing defeated countering. In this game it feels more like a spam attack and grabs but the countering is super painful to learn so it really feels like it is non existent. Still a fun game overall.
Summary: my copy of the game was great condition. but the game failed to say that it was from japan so the DLCs did not upload on my American Vita which was very disappointing. the game itself was amazing. I play it anytime i have a few minutes of freetime off of work which isnt very often. the costumes make you want to play the game over and over again.
Summary: Being completely new to DoA and really this sort of fighter in general, I bought this game mostly on a whim. As with probably a lot of people the only thing I really knew about it before I got it was that it was famous for its girls and "physics" engine, but after playing it I found it had a very solid gameplay basis and I actually found the "sexy" to be done pretty classy compared to other games.
Summary: This is a great collectors version with a nice book and metal box case. Unfornately, this is a U.K. Version so you cannot use US downloadable content or download the include costumes for any registered user in the United States. Registration code is invalid in the US.
Summary: I am a huge fighting game enthusiast who mostly plays games from the tekken and Soul Calibur series. I have played some of the older DOA games in the past though I never owned any till I bought DOA 5. I never took the DOA series seriously as a fighter, however it is obvious that Tecmo is trying to make a true fighting game they hope can compete with the likes of street fighter and tekken.
Summary: A great new story mode kicks off the latest DoA with a bang. While DoA was always a fun, bouncy accessible fighter it also held plenty of depth for the hardcore, part 5 continues this tradition with a familiar and engaging battle system that has been incredibly well-balanced. All the stuff that gives it an "M" rating is there but don't let that deceive you, this is a real fighter.
Summary: I am a huge fan of DOA and have been for over a decade. After about 10 solid gameplay hours I feel I can give my opinion on this game. While at first I was sort of put off at this game(had to relearn some characters moves and it took me a while to get the hang of playing a VF character in the DOA setting), the more I play it the more I enjoy it.