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Dead Or Alive 6 Review | The Loot Gaming

Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo bring us the sixth entry in the long-running Dead Or Alive series. Here’s our Dead Or Alive 6 Review.

By reading this Dead or Alive 6 Review, you will be able to understand what the game offers directly from the eyes of a massive fighting games fan but a newcomer in the franchise. This review will focus on the gameplay and what’s in the box, avoiding less important aspects of the series that others are fixated on.

Now, before we get into the actual plot of the game, let’s address this layout chosen for selecting chapters and the grid-like structure on which the chapters are spread out.

It makes absolutely no sense and if you aren’t paying close attention, you’ll get lost very easily. You’ll finish one chapter and two more will unlock but for different characters.

The ideal way, in my opinion, would have been the following: Having one main storyline with different chapters and after completion, unlock the more character specific storylines.

Either that or separate the two into two different modes like Street Fighter V or put them in Arcade Mode. Anything would have been better than the choice made here.

With that out of the way, let’s talk about the plot.

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