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- DOA Evolved: Experience all the high-octane DOA action you know and love, in full 3D and ready to take on the go!
- Danger Never Looked So Good: Experience the series' trademark Danger Zones for the first time in full-on 3D.
- When you're done testing your chops against the CPU, take on a new challenge through multiplayer available through Local Play
- Fans can now take on the world of DOA with a partner, so more experienced fighters can help newcomers learn the ropes first-hand.
- The Comprehensive DOA Experience: Relive the DOA storyline. Chronicle Mode covers all of these storylines and more
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Team NINJA is bringing the fast-paced DEAD OR ALIVE action to a whole new dimension. DEAD OR ALIVE Dimensions takes the vivacious characters and locales that have made the DOA franchise a hit with gamers everywhere and presents them in eye-popping 3D. All of the punches, kicks, counters and holds that have defined the series as a top-tier fighter are present for the first time on a portable gaming system - the Nintendo 3DS.
DEAD OR ALIVE Dimensions features some of the best content from the series spanning all of the titles from the original DOA up to DOA 4. Fans will be able to relive some of the classic rivalries, storylines and white-knuckle action from the best points in the DOA history. There's also a ton of new content, so even the most seasoned DOA fan will enjoy fresh material. Players will be able to fight through several modes including classic Arcade and Survival modes as well as new modes like Tag Challenge, Throwdown and more. They'll be able to choose from a wide variety of DOA's signature interactive stages and a robust roster of more than 20 fighters some playable for the first time. Dust off those cobwebs and get back in shape for competition, the fight is back on!
- DOA Evolved: Experience all the high-octane DOA action you know and love, in full 3D and ready to take on the go! This is DOA like you've never seen it before.
- Danger Never Looked So Good: Experience the series' trademark Danger Zones for the first time in full-on 3D. When you see your opponent go flying through a window right at you, you'll know that DOA and 3D is a match made in heaven.
- Multiplayer Anywhere: When you're done testing your chops against the CPU, take on a new challenge through multiplayer available through Local Play or battle fighters from around the world through Internet Play.
- Fight Alone or Team Up: fans can now take on the world of DOA with a partner, so more experienced fighters can help newcomers learn the ropes first-hand. Team up with a friend and take on a Tag Challenge together.
- The Comprehensive DOA Experience: Relive the DOA storyline. Chronicle Mode covers all of these storylines and more; filling in parts of the story that no DOA game has covered previously.
Top Customer Reviews
I've played DoA since the very first, back in the glory days of the PSX and always enjoyed it, same for DoA: Dimensions.
It plays really smooth and looks great, for those who know imagine DoA2 on the Dreamcast (graphics-wise) plus more fighters, more arenas, more gameplay modes and the added 3D-effect which makes it look even more amazing. You really get kinda sucked into the arena. Instead of just looking AT the screen you're looking INTO the screen like into a little cube, and inside there are little 3D-people beating each other. ;D
Wether you're a veteran or totally new to DoA, you'll instantly know your way around.
Fighting mechanics are great as always and you'll instantly have fun beating the crap out of your opponent, while the difficulty level goes up just right to keep up with it. Plus you have a list of moves on the touch screen, so no more going to the options menu in the middle of a fight just to check out a move you wanna try.
If you like fighting and have a 3DS, this is it! I ABSOLUTELY recommend this game. Just get it.
DoAD is an awesome edition to the Dead or Alive series. I've been a huge fan since the beginning of the DOA series.
The 3DS edition is by far the heftiest version in terms of added gameplay. From Tag Challanges, Arcade, the new Chronicle mode, Verses (Online&Local!),Survival, to the showcase, street pass, spot pass (receive free items from Tecmo!!) and taking pictures of figurines you'll collect in 3D.
If you've been a fan since beginning too, you'll instantly recognize alot of the cutscenes that are in the new Chronicle mode. I was very very happy to see them again, giving me great nostalgia of the good ol days. The cutscenes are shared along with the in-game graphic (which are beautiful 3DS graphics) cutscenes as well that move along the story, however, for whatever reason by Tecmo, are very static. I really don't mind this, but it would of been nice to see a little more interaction by the characters. The fmv cutscenes more than make up for this, in my opinion, because I couldnt get enough of how much they were putting into this from the previous series. Again, if you've been a huge fan as I have, you'll instantly recognize every scene being played out from the previous games.
Internet is where its at ofcourse, taking your skills online. I've had a great experience, mainly lag free, but I have had instances where there was lag to heavy lag, however we can't always expect perfect connection. It was only a few matches, so nothing to worry about. I'm quite happy with online mode. I haven't done any local yet. And I believe challenges for coop online, are only by friend. So if anyone wants to play coop challenge, please let me know! We can exchange codes.Read more ›
The strength of this game are the fighting system, characters, lore, graphics, modes, and unlockables. Unlockables include other characters (including bosses you can play as), multiple costumes for each character, stages, deeper tiers within each mode, system voices, and figurines.
And yes the 3d works very well.
Switching 3d on and off is a simple matter of using the slider. This game and Street Fighter gives you 60 fps when you turn 3d off. In Street Fighter you had to do it through the menu for the game to recognize it. Here you just use the slider.
Consider me a new fan of the DOA series.
The Bad: Fight system is convoluted, story mode is pretty average, could have used more fighters and stages
I have never been a huge fan of Dead or Alive outside the characters. The fighting system is convoluted, over complicated, and not ever explained very well. Dimensions breaks this barrier with a great Chronicle story mode that introduces these complicated techniques little by little so you can absorb it and it works great. The story mode is entertaining but nothing to write home about. You play as various characters trying to stop Alpha-152 which is Kasumi's evil clone. DOATEC is trying to use this to destroy the ninja clan Mugen Tenshin.
The fighting system actually is complicated but after the story mode you can actually use it. There are the usual combos of kick and punches, but you can juggle opponents and stun them in a critical state. You can throw and hold opponents while holding is kind of a counter attack you can actually counter a counter in this game. If someone counters your attack with a hold you can counter back or get out of the hold. Understanding how to do this take some getting used to but it adds some strategy to online fights. You can also do a super stun which is called OHing an opponent and this means they can't counter. There are also special stances that the characters go into which can be used to strategically add extra combos without the opponent knowing. You can also delay attacks in combos to kind of trick the other player in thinking your done so they stop blocking.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was a gift for a family member and they play it all the time. She found the character trophy poses kind of stupid and wishes there were more costumes they could get. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stephanie
I know for sure that if you up the difficulty on this came you'll get the same fighting you'll get on the consoles. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elijah Thompson
The gameplay is almost identical to other games in the series. In that regard, if you have played any of the others you know exactly what you're getting into. Read morePublished 8 months ago by ERIC N MRAK