After the disappointing Ninja Gaiden 3, many fans of Team Ninja started to be seriously worried about Dead or Alive 5, crying over Tomonobu Itagaki's departure. Needless to say that the release of the game this week came as a relief when players realized that it was a good fighting game. Now, we'd love to hear what you guys think about it. Before watching our 60 fps videos of the 360 version, please keep in mind that we are not very familiar with the genre and that we're doing our best.
@crookedmind I think you mean Talah Market? That was a good one too (33 minutes ago)
... also, the market map (forget its name) was decent. One of the few CQB-like maps. (55 minutes ago)
@MikeManiac61: And some people like taking it up the ass, remembering when map packs and added content were free... (56 minutes ago)
@Meh, BF3 map packs were actually great especially the Aftermath pack. BF4's was kinda disappointing as I only enjoyed a handful, Caspian Border being my favorite. (1 Hour ago)
@KORNdog: There's no reason to buy it until the first non-free DLC is out.. and there's a good chance you can get it discounted by then. (2 Hours ago)
@MikeManiac61: They outline the content and haven't failed to deliver on their last two games. If you don't know you're going to play it the season pass isn't for you. There's no reason to buy it now. (2 Hours ago)
@aphex187 the issue is that I and some don't really know what where getting. In my experience, i'm not gonna gamble $50 on a $60 game. Let's not forget the tax that comes with it (2 Hours ago)