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- Break gauge system: A special attack meter new to the series. Use the break gauge to execute new tactics such as a break blow or a break hold.
- Fatal rush: Fatal rush is a powerful combo attack of up to four neatly animated punches and kicks, making a first time player look like an expert.
- Fights in Dead or Alive are based on a triangle system: Strikes beat throws, throws beat holds, and holds beat strikes.
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Reserve a copy of Dead or Alive 6 (PS4 or XB1) and receive a DLC preorder bonus. The preorder set includes Nyotengu as a downloadable character available at launch and an additional costume for Kasumi.
The DEAD OR ALIVE Tournament Executive Committee and hosts of DEAD OR ALIVE 6, DOATEC, already released the names of the first set of fighters involved in this instalment – including the owner of DOATEC, Helena Douglas. Other notable fighters include the eighteenth master of the Mugen Tenshin clan, Hayate, and past DEAD OR ALIVE (DOA) tournament winners; Kasumi of the Mugen Tenshin clan; the ultimate ninja, Ryu Hayabusa; the ever-entertaining host, Zack; and the most recent tournament winner, the scorching soul Jann Lee. Two new locations have been scouted to host key matches in the sixth tournament: the remarkable DOA Colosseum, complete with three bold statues showcasing famous fighting stances, and The Throwdown, a gritty back street where raw unfiltered fighting can take place in its prime. Select locations, such as The Throwdown, allow the live audience to get even closer to the action than ever before – with some unruly fans breaking the rules and pushing fighters back into the center of the ring. Combined with the fan-favorite 'Mass Destruction', where fighters can use the environment in their attacks, this tournament is set to be one of the most entertaining ever hosted by DOATEC.
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Team Ninja betrayed their own fans by watering down and reducing the fanservice that made this series a success. And with $1000 in DLC costumes for DOA5 lets not pretend the series was kept alive by fighting fans only. Reduced breast sizes, less jiggle under clothing, no jiggle adjustment levels like before. No pokies on Lei Fang's black dress anymore. The breasts in general just look odd, especially Tina. They look like plastic surgery, sitting odd on the chest and like they have hard flat sides weirdly enough.
I wanted to like this game but the costume unlocking system is a nightmare. You collect parts for winning modes about 200 parts if you win a 16 round arcade mode on normal difficulty. Costumes cost around 500-1000 and also require "points". You get about 100-300 points per win, costumes cost around 1000-20000 each. The best part is the costume parts are awarded randomly to characters and costumes you prob don't even want. They finally patched this so it is per character but still allotted randomly among their costumes and still a colossal grind. You are looking at hours to unlock all costumes for a single character. Why did they do this? Why? Not to mention the unlockable costumes are extremely tame and boring, the good ones (swimsuit, nurse, schoolgirl, etc) are all left out to sell as DLC later of course.
There are barely any levels, no tag team and some characters have been left out again to sell as DLC later on in there $100 season pass. What are we paying for here? A watered down version of DOA5 with somehow even less features, a grind and ruined graphics? I couldn't find a single player online for ranked matches in the week of release. Dead on release! It is better now prob because of the patch.
Team Ninja needs to be punished for this trash. First they give a middle finger to western fans by releasing DOAExtreme3 in Asia only (despite it being fully translated and playable on U.S. consoles), then they made the collectors edition Japan only. DOAextreme2 is xbox only then doa5 is ps3 only. Now they have managed to ruin the entire game for DOA6 to satisfy some SJWs that never played and never will play their games. Who of course are condemning the game anyway because that is what they do. It's like Metallica deciding to play some flutes in their next concert because they heard your grandma (who never went to their shows) doesn't like their music.
This company is absolute trash. The amazing DOA art style is what kept it alive but I won't be buying any of their DLC for this and I regret buying this game. It hurts but I can no longer support this company.