DOA Paradise is an great female fighter with some beach games and swimwear!
24 January 2014
Summary: The game has several gameplay aspects, featured most prominently is the beach volleyball minigame similar to Dead or Alive Xtreme 2. The other minigames include swimming pool hopping, and casino games like poker, blackjack and slots. The second aspect of the game consists of interacting with the girls by mingling with them, giving them presents such as new swimwear.
Summary: The biggest selling point for this game is that you can take pictures of the DOA girls and save them on your PSP mem card so you can view them at any time. New character RIO from TECMO's Super BlackJack game is added with her full voiced added as well as her signature costume collection. She act as a dealer in the casino which makes blackjack a lot more fun to play. Swimsuit gifting has been made easier than the Xbox version.
Summary: Great graphics and fun. Super sexy and hot. Great box set for DOA collectors who love the girls. The items that come with this box set are awesome and I love them. Hot figure of Kasumi in a bikini.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it would be the next install in the guilty pleasure series Dead or Alive Xtreme. How disappointed I was when after booting it up, I found it out it was esstenially Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 that was previously released on the Xbox 360. Since I already have played that game, there was no reason to play this version.
This is a textbook Guilty Pleasure - Fun but don't take it too seriously
7 July 2011
Summary: My goal for any game is to have fun playing it and I had fun playing this. It is like the game equivalent of Charlies Angels, a guilty pleasure. Is it the greatest game I have ever played? Hardly, but then I wasn't expecting it to be. In that context I enjoyed it. Could the graphics/mini-games be better? Sure. The reviewers I read didn't seem to understood the real goal of the game, unlocking Venus clips.
With a foolproof genre, which fool magaed to get this wrong?
P. Smith "Tosk", amazon.co.uk
11 May 2011
Summary: I'm very generous when it comes to reviews. If you see my other reviews you'll see that I tend to be more forgiving to bad games and focus on their strengths. So when I say that this game is terribly terribly bad, and should never have been created, it really is saying something. The premise of the game is very very simple: take on the role of one of the women in DOA, wander around an island for two virtual weeks, play minigames to earn money, spend money in shops, play...