Dead or Alive 5

Team Ninja Says Goodbye To The Dead or Alive Franchise

The Dead or Alive franchise has been a staple fighting game franchise since the days of the PlayStation 1 but after two-plus decades, Team Ninja is finally saying goodbye to the series that put them on the map Fans learned that DOA would be put on ice thanks to an announcement made via special video presentation that was shown after the finale of the Dead or Alive 5 Battle Royale Tournament. Developers had mentioned on social media...

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Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate | Review

Version tested: PlayStation 3 Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (hereafter Ultimate) is an expanded edition of Dead or Alive 5, arriving just under a year from its predecessor’s release. New stages and characters, along with new modes and system tweaks, define the “ultimate” package, but the simultaneous release of Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate: Core Fighters, a free-to-play version of Ultimate, may be the version that gets newcomers into the series.

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Dead or Alive 5 Plus | Review

The PlayStation Vita is starting to become a portable utopia for fighting fans. Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Street Fighter X Tekken, Mortal Kombat, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend, and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale already grace the system, and if you include the games available from the PSP’s library, such a Tekken 6 and Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max, you have a line-up of titles that should appease the most ardent of fighting fans. Dead or Alive 5...

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Dead or Alive 5 Plus Announced for Vita

If you wanted to get more and more of those beautiful women that will kick you into next wednesday, well, we have your fix. Dead or Alive 5 PLUS has been officially announced for the Playstation Vita. The announcement was made on Youtube by the head of Team Ninja: Yosuke Hayashi. While Hayashi didn’t give away too much, he did mention that players will be able to play on the go and that there will be more to...

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Dead or Alive 5 | Review

Version tested:  PlayStation 3 Dead or Alive 5 (hereafter DOA5) is now available on consoles, almost seven years after the previous installment, and it doubles as the series’ debut on PlayStation 3. You have to go all the way back to the year 2000 when Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore graced the PlayStation 2 for the last entry on Sony’s hardware. But before I get too far into the review, I want to talk a little about the...

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