There is Mortal Kombat. There is Street Fighter. There is Tekken. And once again, the folks at Tecmo/Koei hope, there will be Dead or Alive. The past two years have seen a resurgence — almost an overflooding — of fighting games. Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter IV were both huge successes, and there are more standout games — including next year’s DC superhero-themed Injustice: Gods Among Us — to look forward to. It’s into this deep pool of titles that Team Ninja will release Dead or Alive 5 this September, the first major DoA release in six years. The game hopes to reestablish the series, but it will do so in a unique way, hoping to attract both hardcore fighting fans and everyday Joes. The most successful fighters have long been inaccessible for casual gamers, too focused on complicated combos and intricate button blends to be inviting, but Team Ninja hopes to change that. “Dead or Alive 5 is more about entertainment,” Team Ninja head Yosuke Hayashi told the System Update at the recent Electronics Entertainment Expo. “The concept is fighting entertainment. You have this other layer of entertainment that will bring in new players, that allows people who aren’t… Read full this story
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