Summary: One of if not THEE first fighter on the PS2, deliveres but misses at the same time. The feature we all love from the first DOA is back, being. . . . . . the Girl's. I mean let's face it if it wasent for the jiggle physic's of DOA it would have just been overlooked as a medocorate fighter.
Great Graphics, Good Moves, Dumb Story line and Voice Acting
13 May 2002
Summary: This game definatly shows off the PS2's graphic capabilities. It looks great! The moves are pretty awesome too. Hard to access alot of them though (for me at least, not a avid fighter gamer). But the storyline is abysmal.
Summary: this game isnt worth fifty hard earned dollers. I played the demo for dream cast and it was more expancive tan the ps2's version. the control isn't as good as a freakin demo! It doesnt have a good selection of caractors,and a big silly unexplainable boss with nearly no fighting inbetween the start...
Summary: I dont know why but im not attracted to this kind of fighting system. With tons of reversals and combos this game is good but something is missing..... The graphics is like butter and the sound is up to standards but i just dont know.... Lackluster gameplay is just different.
Summary: Dead or alive 2 was a good game, though a little short. It had good moves and an exciting tag mode. Though many characters looked the same, and there weren't a lot of VS MODE levels to choose from.
Summary: Ho-hum, yet another distinctly average game winds its way on the PS2. Whilst infinitely better than Tekken Tag Tournament, DOA2 is let down by one factor. The Dreamcast version is better. Considering the fact the PS2 developers have had nearly a year to improve on the DC version, I'm not impressed.
Excerpt: Dead Or Alive 2's graphics look quite good although not as detailed as Tekken's. Then you notice just how much is going on and get more impressed as you play. The major difference between the two games is that in DOA2 you are also able to damage part of the background scenery, jump down floors, etc.
Excerpt: If you ask me, the original Dead or Alive was one of the best fighting games to ever hit the PlayStation and Saturn. Unfortunately, the game never got much praise (except within a small sector of the hardcore community), mainly due to the existence of Namco's Tekken 3 (which was the best fighter to...