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Come out fighting with Dead or Alive Dimensions

The newest instalment to the world-renowned fighting game franchise, DEAD OR ALIVE® Dimensions (DOAD) makes its way onto the Nintendo 3DS.

Features

  • Fast-paced, stylish fighting in 3D.
  • Uses the 3DS for wireless battles with friends, as well as utilising its StreetPass/Tag Mode for data exchange.
  • Features in-game move list on the Touch Screen with possible Touch Screen input for easy combinations.
  • Sure to give fans the definitive DOAD experience and show true beauty of fighting games to those who have forgotten how truly exhilarating the genre is.
  • Supports multi-player mode with Multi-Card only.
  • Supports online via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
  • Supports Street Pass - This is for virtual fighting by data exchange with the prize "Figurine of the characters" as rewards.

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by James Newton

Dead or Alive, you're coming with me!

The 3DS is the first console to bring us a glasses-free 3D experience, and now it's home to another genuine first: Dead or Alive: Dimensions is the first Dead or Alive game on a Nintendo platform in the series’ 15-year history, and it contains...

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Samus Aran and Ridley are trying to have a fight when Kasumi and Hayabusa from Tecmo Koei's Dead or Alive series pop up and start interfering

User Comments (23)

Bass_X0

#2

Bass_X0 said:

Hopefully this will do well. The Dead or Alive series is quite fun to play.

Cats

#3

Cats said:

I liked the original DoA when it came to the PS the best out of them all. So many costumes and simple fun gameplay.

Retrogamer88

#7

Retrogamer88 said:

i never got into the DOA games but maybe this way i can get into the games with none other than the first in the series with amazing new graphics,its going to be one of my dreams come true because now i will be able to have the DOA girls in my pocket! lol

InsanityPika

#9

InsanityPika said:

I can't wait! I've always been a fan of DOA! The graphics look pretty cool. But I guess I'll have to see for myself whenever I get both the 3DS as DOAD. I wonder how Samus will be in the game. Still can't wait.

Geez. Why must it be so expensive. Why must I be young too! TT^TT

cosplaygamer129

#16

cosplaygamer129 said:

i have this game and it is great people buy this game if you are a fighting gamer than buy this on internet mode i am noelviolet soo if you see me than fight me i dare you

Matillion

#17

Matillion said:

Dead or Alive Dimensions;
Cons: Lame Cutscenes, no Samus. (There was a Metroid level,
so Y NO Zero Suit? :3
Pros: Fighting, Ninjas and funbags in three dimensions.

bonesy91

#19

bonesy91 said:

UPDATE:
OK I gotta say it, this game is just not that great... even with all the different modes it's still just a button mashing fighting game with absolutely nothing exciting about it.
The "Story" Mode is a complete mess. Collecting trophies is about as fun as sticking your hands into a wasp nest. Fighting... that's it. I mean I'm new to Dead or alive but this is just a sad game. Good graphics, but sad, sad game.

Link-Rogers

#22

Link-Rogers said:

cons: no custom levels? no custom characters? Matillion says: Cons: Lame Cutscenes, no Samus. (There was a Metroid level,
so Y NO Zero Suit? :3? reply: soo true pros: crazy fighting, ( wait, this is con, horrible cutscenes(again) but the people are like clay people... they dont move during the cutscenes!!!) back to pros: endless stairs to kick ur oponent off, , (another con: you have 2 wrk 4 da chracters!!) pro good graphics con sad, so sad of a game

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