Summary: This game is too freaking difficult. I played this for an hour and 23 minutes. I nearly had a fatal aneurysm. This AI of the game is cheap and cheat. 9/10 when I performed a throw move, halfway through it I was "counter blow". Every attack I've done I got destroyed in 3.2981 seconds. On stage 1 I was thrashed beyond belief. No fight on normal difficulty should make you want to destroy everything near you on the VERY FIRST FIGHT.
Summary: The first 7th generation fighting game, DOA4 is not only a very solid game in just the fighting mechanics, but also offers a complete package which even some fighting games lack today. The gameplay is very easy to pick up and understand without the need for a tutorial, yet it is difficult to master. The controls are excellent and combat not only looks cinematic but plays fast and fluent too.
Summary: honestly i think it is better than halo........... and thats saying something. plus it has sick combo attacks like when you are the black ninja me and my friend call it the 'triple cyclone dragon kick" and i was hooked in the first five minutes
Summary: Maybe the greatest trademark of the series is the hot babes, that are in lol. But it is a fast paced action fighting game, which relies on your reflexes, also. But the DOA Series had their best moments with the second installement.
Summary: The game features 22 playable characters and many multi-tiered and interactive fighting arenas. There are six modes in the game: Story Mode offers the player to play with the character and learn its backstory. In Time Attack, the player must defeat a set amount of opponents in the shortest possible time. In Survival mode, they player must defeat many opponents as possible.
Summary: I decided to play Doa 4 considering the 5th is coming out this year. I used to play Doa 3 a ton back in the day. This game is alot of fun and is definately a challenge. I get whooped all the time by the computer in this game and still come back for more. The game play is just really smooth and flowing. This game is still fun and looks great. Its hard to believe how old Doa 4 is now.
Summary: This is my favorite fighting game of all time. I was there when Team Ninja released Dead or Alive 3 on the original Xbox at launch, and I played it everyday. The incredible countering system got me to play more and more just to master each characters movements and play-styles. Now, DOA4 rises to the challenge and delivers a crisp, fast paced fighter that is pretty much perfect. I have a few gripes however that made me give it a 9/10. THERE AREN'T ENOUGH MODES.