Summary: Been away from fighting games for a while, but this game felt very intuitive upon my first go-round. Simple controls and combos don't leave me frustrated as some more complex fighting games do (there is only so much you can do with an control pad vs. a joystick). Nice character selection to fit many play styles. Lots of replay value, too as character outfits and other rewards are offered with repeat play.
Summary: I only get my fun from a game, when Ive mastered it. Ive played DOA 2 for a long time and it was frustrating at first, but then I learned a little secret, esp on the hardest difficulty settings, so it became my top game on xbox, along with def jam ffny. This unholy game is a change of gameplay from what I previously played, so the AI is beating me once again. Certain simple additions are nice, though, like the super power move, which is really easy to execute.
button mashing finger fun, but your fingers will get a hard workout
7 February 2014
Summary: my boy wanted it for x-mas, then his ps3 died x-mas day, so i bought a new ps3 after i already bought a ps4 for x-mas for him. he plays this a little, but no where`s near a much as gta5 so, i guess it`s OK if you like to button mash a bunch till your fingers are sore
Summary: I really enjoy good fighting games ( Tekken 6, Soul Caliber 5) and to be honest I haven't played D.O.A4> It has been a while but I figured it may be at least as good as DOA3. It is upgraded from that. The sexy DOA girls plus some new additions ( Mila the mma fighter girl is my favorite) plus some virtua fighter characters are tossed in. The graphics are pushed a bit more and the stages are far more destructible than they have ever been.