History VideoGame / DeadOrAlive5

26th May '16 5:17:48 PM nombretomado
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* Guest Characters: ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Naotora Ii]]''[[note]]Only available in PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Arcade versions.[[/note]]

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* Guest Characters: ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Naotora Ii]]''[[note]]Only available in PS4, [=PS4=], Xbox One, PC, and Arcade versions.[[/note]]
21st May '16 9:02:23 PM nombretomado
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In August 2014, Team Ninja announced the game would be ported to UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 4}} and XboxOne as ''Dead or Alive 5: Last Round.'' ''Last Round'' would include the three new fighters introduced in the arcade port (which had been DownloadableContent in console versions of [=DOA5U=]), as well as two additional characters, two new stages, new costumes and customization options included in the package. ''Last Round'' will also get a release for 360 and PS3 as a downloadable add-on for current ''Ultimate'' owners. A trailer released on December 4, 2014 also revealed ''Last Round'' would get a PC release via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. The console versions of ''Last Round'' released on February 17, 2015, with the PC version released on March 30.

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In August 2014, Team Ninja announced the game would be ported to UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 4}} and XboxOne UsefulNotes/XboxOne as ''Dead or Alive 5: Last Round.'' ''Last Round'' would include the three new fighters introduced in the arcade port (which had been DownloadableContent in console versions of [=DOA5U=]), as well as two additional characters, two new stages, new costumes and customization options included in the package. ''Last Round'' will also get a release for 360 and PS3 [=PS3=] as a downloadable add-on for current ''Ultimate'' owners. A trailer released on December 4, 2014 also revealed ''Last Round'' would get a PC release via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. The console versions of ''Last Round'' released on February 17, 2015, with the PC version released on March 30.
15th May '16 10:50:10 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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In August 2014, Team Ninja announced the game would be ported to {{Playstation 4}} and XboxOne as ''Dead or Alive 5: Last Round.'' ''Last Round'' would include the three new fighters introduced in the arcade port (which had been DownloadableContent in console versions of [=DOA5U=]), as well as two additional characters, two new stages, new costumes and customization options included in the package. ''Last Round'' will also get a release for 360 and PS3 as a downloadable add-on for current ''Ultimate'' owners. A trailer released on December 4, 2014 also revealed ''Last Round'' would get a PC release via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. The console versions of ''Last Round'' released on February 17, 2015, with the PC version released on March 30.

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In August 2014, Team Ninja announced the game would be ported to {{Playstation UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 4}} and XboxOne as ''Dead or Alive 5: Last Round.'' ''Last Round'' would include the three new fighters introduced in the arcade port (which had been DownloadableContent in console versions of [=DOA5U=]), as well as two additional characters, two new stages, new costumes and customization options included in the package. ''Last Round'' will also get a release for 360 and PS3 as a downloadable add-on for current ''Ultimate'' owners. A trailer released on December 4, 2014 also revealed ''Last Round'' would get a PC release via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. The console versions of ''Last Round'' released on February 17, 2015, with the PC version released on March 30.
23rd Apr '16 7:57:06 PM LordAkira
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* Guest Characters: ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Naotora Ii]]''[[note]]Only available in PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Arcade.[[/note]]

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* Guest Characters: ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Naotora Ii]]''[[note]]Only available in PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Arcade.Arcade versions.[[/note]]
23rd Apr '16 7:56:21 PM LordAkira
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* Guest Characters: ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Naotora Ii]]''

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* Guest Characters: ''[[VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors Naotora Ii]]''
Ii]]''[[note]]Only available in PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Arcade.[[/note]]
22nd Mar '16 1:21:37 PM Gouken20xx
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* Dead Or Alive 5 allows you to tone down the fanservice elements, including


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* {{Callback}}: With the ''Videogame/{{Deception}} costume set, many of the characters get new outfits based on one of the characters from the most recent entry. Ayane's costume, of Millenia from Deception 2, isn't new, being a remastered version of one of her costumes from ''Dead Or Alive 2'', part of a crossover with the earlier instalment.


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** In a way, Naotora Ii, who comes from SamuraiWarriors4, in Last Round.
2nd Mar '16 8:32:36 PM bwburke94
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->''[[{{Tagline}} I'm a fighter]].''

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->''[[{{Tagline}} I'm a fighter]].''
fighter.]]''



Nearly all the fighters of the previous game (except Leon) were back, as well as two newcomers named [[IdentityAmnesia Rig]] and [[AscendedFangirl Mila]]. The game had a deep graphic upgrade from [=DOA4=] (not surprisingly, since it had been 7 years since then) and an aesthetic redesign that showed more realistic characters, with smaller and less anime-like eyes, the same to what was shown in [[VideoGame/NinjaGaiden Ninja Gaiden 3]]. Special mention to the girls, who have more realistically proportionate bodies, although the JigglePhysics were still in full display. In collaboration with {{Sega}}, ''Dead or Alive 5'' also features {{Guest Fighter}}s from the ''VirtuaFighter'' series. Akira Yuki, Sarah Bryant, and Pai Chan are the chosen ''Virtua Fighter'' representatives to ''Dead or Alive 5''. The games were released for PlayStation3 and XBox360, plus a port to PlayStationVita half a year later.

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Nearly all the fighters of the previous game (except Leon) were back, as well as two newcomers named [[IdentityAmnesia Rig]] and [[AscendedFangirl Mila]]. The game had a deep graphic upgrade from [=DOA4=] (not surprisingly, since it had been 7 years since then) and an aesthetic redesign that showed more realistic characters, with smaller and less anime-like eyes, the same to what was shown in [[VideoGame/NinjaGaiden Ninja Gaiden 3]].''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden 3''. Special mention to the girls, who have more realistically proportionate bodies, although the JigglePhysics were still in full display. In collaboration with {{Sega}}, Creator/{{Sega}}, ''Dead or Alive 5'' also features {{Guest Fighter}}s from the ''VirtuaFighter'' ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter'' series. Akira Yuki, Sarah Bryant, and Pai Chan are the chosen ''Virtua Fighter'' representatives to ''Dead or Alive 5''. The games were released for PlayStation3 UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 and XBox360, UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, plus a port to PlayStationVita the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita half a year later.



* New characters in ''Dead or Alive 5'': ''[[IdentityAmnesia Rig]]'', ''[[AscendedFangirl Mila]]'', ''[[spoiler:False Kasumi]]''[[note]]Story mode only[[/note]]

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* New characters in ''Dead or Alive 5'': ''[[IdentityAmnesia Rig]]'', ''[[AscendedFangirl Mila]]'', ''[[spoiler:False Kasumi]]''[[note]]Story ''False Kasumi''[[note]]Story mode only[[/note]]



* UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame: ''[[UpdatedRerelease DOA5: Ultimate]]'' will be the first Dead Or Alive game to have an arcade release since [=DOA2=].[[http://shoryuken.com/2013/07/06/dead-or-alive-series-returning-to-arcades-with-dead-or-alive-5-ultimate-arcade-in-winter-2013/]]

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* UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame: ''[[UpdatedRerelease DOA5: Ultimate]]'' will be ''Ultimate'' is the first Dead Or Alive game to have an arcade release since [=DOA2=].[[http://shoryuken.com/2013/07/06/dead-or-alive-series-returning-to-arcades-with-dead-or-alive-5-ultimate-arcade-in-winter-2013/]]
18th Feb '16 5:30:27 AM SolidSonicTH
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* CameraScrew: If you use the "Action" camera mode and trigger a stage effect (like dislodging the raft on "Flow"), the camera will pull out from the fight and show more of what's happening in the background as the battle continues. For serious players this can be distracting so using "Classic" camera will keep the focus squarely on the fighters even if something is happening in the background.

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* CameraScrew: If you use the "Action" camera mode and trigger a stage effect (like dislodging the raft on "Flow"), the camera will pull out from the fight and show more of what's happening in the background as the battle continues. For serious players this can be distracting so using the "Classic" camera option will keep the focus squarely on the fighters even if something is happening in the background.
18th Feb '16 5:29:55 AM SolidSonicTH
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* CameraScrew: If you use the "Action" camera mode and trigger a stage effect (like dislodging the raft on "Flow"), the camera will pull out from the fight and show more of what's happening in the background as the battle continues. For serious players this can be distracting so using "Classic" camera will keep the action squarely on the fighters even if something is happening in the background.

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* CameraScrew: If you use the "Action" camera mode and trigger a stage effect (like dislodging the raft on "Flow"), the camera will pull out from the fight and show more of what's happening in the background as the battle continues. For serious players this can be distracting so using "Classic" camera will keep the action focus squarely on the fighters even if something is happening in the background.
18th Feb '16 5:28:27 AM SolidSonicTH
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* CameraScrew: If you use the "Action" camera mode and trigger a stage effect (like dislodging the raft on "Flow"), the camera will pull out from the fight and show more of what's happening in the background as the battle continues. For serious players this can be distracting so using "Classic" camera will keep the action squarely on the fighters even if something is happening in the background.
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