Excerpt: Koei-Tecmo’s Dead or Alive fighting series should be one of the better franchises around, but it is always their side-story titles that hurt that reputation. This time around it’s the PSP game, , a title that has no reason to be made and absolutely no justification for you to play it. So DoA character Zack has yet again obtained an Island Paradise and he has invited all the female characters from the series to it.
Dead or Alive: Paradise Review - I'm A Gamer, Get Me Out Of Here!
9 December 2013
Conclusion: The Short Version: If you find yourself bored, sexually frustrated, and in need of some titillation and excitement then go and type 'porn' into Google. This isn't even a good game for giggling adolescents: the graphics are poor, the gameplay is non-existent and there's about as much point to this entire enterprise as a porous condom,If you get given a copy of this game tie it to a firework, set the firework off and film the explosive event.
Pros: The boob physics is hilarious, The thought of people buying this is hilarious, The thought of people getting caught playing this is hilarious
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. If you’re looking for a video game to enjoy while feeling as though your money was well-spent, then please do look elsewhere.
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: 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 operating the bridge for L4D2′s survivors in the other downloadable content (DLC) released thus far, The Passing .
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. The good news for fans of the series is that it’s not terrible, it is however distinctly and utterly average.
Excerpt: Well, I thought the Jungle Party name sounded a little familiar. It turns out that it was released five years ago under the Buzz! Junior brand on the PS2. Jungle Party is a slimmed down portable version, but it does offer more content than the digital HD release of the same game on the PS3. Is it enough to justify its £24.99 asking price? For those unfamiliar with the Buzz!
Summary: Jungle Party is something that the whole family can play together. It's surprisingly nice, being huddled around a PSP on a winter's evening laughing at each other and cheering each other on. The game is fun for a while, but there's just not enough content to make it a must buy. Unless your child loves Buzz! type games, or monkeys, it might be best to wait for the price to come down a little before picking this one up.
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. Sure, there was a definite element of over-the-top sex appeal in Dead or Alive , but that has been the stock in trade for just about every fighting game in existence.