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- The triumphant return of the celebrated DEAD OR ALIVE fighting game franchise
- Every fight will be presented in amazing detail
- Get even closer to the action than ever before
- Notable fighters include the eighteenth master of the Mugen Tenshin clan, Hayate
- Two new locations: the remarkable DOA Colosseum and The Throwdown, a gritty back street
- Fighters can use the environment in their attacks in fan-favourite 'Mass Destruction' mode
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Team NINJA is proud to announce the triumphant return of the celebrated DEAD OR ALIVE fighting game franchise with DEAD OR ALIVE 6.
Aspiring fighters will be able to experience the sixth DEAD OR ALIVE World Combat Championship in Early 2019; and every fight will be presented in amazing detail, allowing fans to discern intricate facial expressions unparalleled to those seen in previous entries.
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 centre of the ring. Combined with the fan-favourite '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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If you own DOA5 there's really no reason to buy this game. It has less characters - They've taken away a lot including the Virtua Fighters and added 2 new ones.
It has less fighting stages - The stages it does have are small, claustrophobic and boring.
It has less costumes - The costumes that are there, most of them you have seen before and it takes so long to unlock them now, you're just not going to want to put the time in.
I'm sure in the future they're going to add more stuff, but they'll no doubt charge you for it.
Not sure how long it's been since DOA5 came out, probably close to 5 years, but in that time Koei Ninja Team have come up with very little new and the game doesn't look much better. The work/reward imbalance will sap any longevity out of the game and make it feel more like a chore. If you really must have it, wait until it goes down in price. I gave it 2 stars because DOA games are fun, the story is pretty cool and if you're new to them you'll like this one, you might even like it a lot. But if you've played DOA5, I’m not sure this one is going to hold your interest, unless you’re made of money.
Remember when costumes and characters were fun extras to unlock through completing in-game challenges?
The game itself is superb. Just buy it, stick with the boring stock costumes and basic character roster. Don't drop a single penny on DLC. Perhaps if we all do that, Dead or Alive 7 might be a complete product not a basic shell with all the cool stuff locked behind a paywall.
If you are considering on buying DOA6, there are a few problems I'd point out.
First of all, THEY DON'T have a physical copy version of the deluxe edition. You can only get the 'digital' version hence why it's called 'digital deluxe' the only reason you may buy the digital deluxe version is that you want phase 4, which is my main character but hopefully she'll eventually become DLC.
Second of all, the moves have dramatically changed. If you're more up for skill in DOA5LR rather than luck and basic spamming in DOA6, then buy DOA5LR. Also, another thing to consider is DOA6 does NOT have Lobby matches until the end of March, so you'll have to wait until then to play with your friends online...
Overall I give it 4 stars considering how well they have developed the new realistic look of the game, new moves, and new characters, and they have announced that more characters are to come later on in the year, however, you can only get these through the very expensive season pass unless they decide to put them out as DLC.