Comment on Dead or Alive 5: “And You Thought It Was About Fighting!” by Anonymous:

I hate the new designs too, not the approach itself but the actual designs, at least most of them.
Plus yeah the changes to their bodies are ridiculous.
Some girls wer meant to be flatter and now they have bigger boobs, some girls used to have them bigger and now they were reduced.
They all have the same size now it’s so silly.
Done with the frnachise until they get a new redesign that makes because the current look is a no thanks.


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    Stupid and greedy TECMO, which is no much better, make a doa xtreme beach volleyball 3?………

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    If they removed all the males, are you trying to say that no one would notice or care? If you look at what happens to most other game developers, like Capcom, if they make a change to a long established series that’s as drastic as removing all the males from the DOA series, then you know how the “rabbid fans”, especially the females, will react. That’s enough to prove that the males characters have some importance. Team Ninja would be wiser to give more attention to the male characters, …

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    When I watched the video that showed male characters and fighting I was confused.

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