Summary: its DOA, wha else do u need 2 knw, of course its a buy !!! who doesnt wanna check out hot chicks who can kick ass & giv fan service !!! oh & plus ta game is gr8, although they have gone a bit 2 much with all ta touch interface stuff but hey guess its no big suprise. ta visuals r good crisp & ta game is smooth overall. jus try not 2 end up breaking ur PSV cos it is challenging !!!
Summary: I am one of the biggest fighting fans around, and while this game came out on PS3 and Xbox 360 months ago, I decided to wait and get DOA 5+ for the Vita since it would come with more features. I am both happy I waited, and kind of upset. Lets start with the basics of a fighting game, the fighting. The fighting is here and better than ever. You'll be searching a long time before you find a fighting game that looks this realistic while fighting.
Summary: If you haven't purchased Dead or Alive 5 for your home consoles, then get it for your Vita. As this is a near perfect port and by far my favorite fighting game to date. Fights feel brutal, interaction with the environment is spectacular but not too over the top, and the amount of game modes present make for a long play time. Also the graphics are worth a massive shout out.
Summary: Not like ngs2+, the graphics in this games is look awesome, gameplay look good, smooth, & story look great in char hayate & true kasumi, love it full action. This games is close to perfect in vita, no doubt, can't wait the sequel...
Summary: Excellent port from the consoles. One of the best graphical game on vita. fightning animations are fluid, like all the past DOA's. Lacking Tag-mode, Team Battle. Can easily recommend this game for a fightning game player, must be for a DOA fan if you dont have the console versions.
Summary: A near perfect port of DOA 5, this one has slightly less shine than console versions, but that's not noticeable unless you're a graphics junkie, due to the smaller screen. Also Vita's OLED screen make everything look more vibrant. The fighting system, characters, modes etc. are all the same except for a few additions to the modes in this version. This is probably the best fighting game on the handheld, and one of the best looking Vita games as well.
Summary: This is my first time playing Dead or Alive, since the previous installments were for the Xbox (except for the one on the DS, I think). I grew up playing Tekken and Mortal Kombat, so this was a nice change for me. The gameplay is good, and with being able to knock your opponents into buildings and other things are good, too.
Summary: Does nobody give me a score on my other review simply because they don't want to take the time to read it? I would really like to know. I will stop writing reviews on here if people don't appreciate my effort to provide a comprehensive independent look at games. For that matter, does nobody appreciate proper grammar?