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- Apr 29, 2011
Team Ninja's Yosuke Hayashi details the full feature set of Dead or Alive Dimensions.
Unfortunately, fighting games didn't seem to change much recently (from PS days) and developers have to resort to casting semi-naked, idealised, virtual women to boost (however little it may attribute to the gaming experience) attention and sales. I am not at all offended by the semi-nakedness but a great deal by the fact that the developers themselves have decided that they need to flip these "switches"... Even the front cover of the game showcases a large portion of one's upper thigh. Look, maybe I am just dirty minded and keep just seen the exposed bits, but I seriously can't be sure why they are so pervasive in this game. And as others have said, why the silly beach ball games? Once again, I need to emphasis that I don't mind the whole sex appeal thing, it's natural, but to try to mix it in because the developers have nothing else to add to a game is mindblowingly disappointing.
this will be followed by another beach volleyball game I bet... then another before we see another DOA console game...
I can't understand what the translator's saying with that accent, which seems to be some strange mixture of a British and Asian accent. Individually, I can understand said accents. Together... no.
I really hope this does mean a new DOA for the consoles soon. Regardless, 3DS owners are in for a treat- there are few codeshops better than Team Ninja at really making hardware sing, imho.
- Player Reviews: 15
- Game Universe:
- Dead or Alive 2 (DC, ARC, PS2),
- Dead or Alive (PS, SAT, ARC),
- Dead or Alive 5 (PS3, X360, VITA),
- Dead or Alive Online (PC),
- Dead or Alive Code: Cronus (X360),
- Dead or Alive: Dimensions (3DS),
- Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 (X360),
- Dead or Alive 4 (X360),
- Dead or Alive Ultimate (XBOX),
- Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball (XBOX)
- Number of Players:
- Number of Online Players:
2 Players Online