Summary: If you have $40 to drop and you’re desperate to look upon the ridiculous proportions of Kasumi, Tina, or Helena, then by all means pick this up; however I might caution you that you can find what you’re looking for (for free) online if you search up the right venues.
Pros: It’s the DOA girls., If you’re unsure of how a woman looks in a bikini, here you go.
Cons: Poorly constructed minigames., Little fun to be had in interacting with the girls., Shoddy graphics., Irritating techno beats in the menus., Wholly useless gift-giving system is more frustrating than fun.
Excerpt: Jungle party is the latest party game for the Sony PSP, which stems from the Jungle Party games for the Playstation 2. It’s often difficult to quantify the qualities of a party game as much of the single player is deemed to be pracice. The real proof is in how it appeals to groups of gamers.
Excerpt: The second piece of downloadable content released for last year’s maligned/revered sequel to Valve’s co-op Zombie slasher, The Sacrifice provides a narrative conclusion to the events the “other” survivors – in this case the four characters from the original game – experienced before ending up...
Excerpt: Dead or Alive used to be a contender. Yes it used to tussle with Tekken , Mortal Kombat , Street Fighter and Soul Calibur [Yes we know there are many more -Ed] for beat ‘em up supremacy and having been a late entry it really did quite well with a very versatile counter system, nice character motion,...
Excerpt: Well, we certainly didn't see this coming. I say that without a trace of irony, because Dead or Alive remains one of my favorite memories from the early console days, especially because it gave me an excuse to keep playing my Dreamcast after that system tanked.