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Here’s Some Playstation 4 Gameplay for Dead or Alive 5: Last Round

With Dead or Alive 5: Last Round finally coming next February, we’ve gotten a look at the game running on PlayStation 4.

Featured above, the new footage came from this year’s MCM London Comic Con, an event where Koei Tecmo Europe had a booth with oodles of swag and, of course, playable games. The footage was recorded by Youtuber¬†PadPoet, who was generous enough to record the game off screen.

Dead or Alive 5: Last Round is coming to North America on February 17th, while Europeans get the game on February 20th.

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8 comments
  1. Topgeartony
    Topgeartony
    October 26, 2014 at 8:30 pm

    I’ve learnt none of the previous DLC is going to be included in this. Why? It’s coming out on last gen too. Why would we triple dip? I moved from 360 to PS4 so I can’t carry over the little DLC I brought. Get your shit together Tecmo.

    There is little incentive for me to get this over the Ultimate edition.

  2. BeholdMyPower
    BeholdMyPower
    October 27, 2014 at 4:40 am

    Wonder if they’ll be adding to some of the characters’ movesets along with balance changes, as they did with Ultimate. Looking forward to the new character announcements as well.

  3. Daniel Pang
    Daniel Pang
    October 27, 2014 at 8:43 am

    Because this is the only thing that makes Team Ninja financially solvent after the collective debacles of Ninja Gaiden 3/RE.

    Never underestimate the power of love, and the economy’s ability to exploit it.

    I swore to never buy DLC. I broke that vow for this game.

  4. Topgeartony
    Topgeartony
    October 27, 2014 at 10:11 am

    That’s not the problem. If you’re going to release a final or complete edition. Then make it complete. Don’t make us have to fork out a third time for both your game and the DLC.

    Look at how Metro Redux did it. A brilliant example. It cost half the R&R price, it had all DLC, both games and 10 hours extra content unique to the redux version, and reworked gameplay and graphics. It was a brilliant but rare example of how to do it.

  5. Gillman
    Gillman
    October 27, 2014 at 10:14 am

    Damnit! There goes my entire theory about not buying every version of DOA 5 that comes out.

    I want you to know that in my mind this will forever be Nichegamer’s fault as I cannot internalize blame.

  6. Jack Ripper
    Jack Ripper
    October 27, 2014 at 11:15 am

    Unfortunately, DOA5 has WAY too many DLCs to include everything for this “final” version of the game.

    They may include some, but not all. Especially considering how much profit they’re making with it in this game. I forgot the exact total, but the total DLC price adds up to over $500.

    They also don’t want to piss of those who actually have been purchasing all of their current DLCs. Can you imagine spending $500 and then suddenly Tecmo releases a $30 package that includes ALL of it? Yes, it’s unfair to both parties and in the long run, they’re just hurting their business with this. It’s absolutely stupid.

    They should’ve let it end with DOA5U, but their greed got the better of them.

  7. Topgeartony
    Topgeartony
    October 27, 2014 at 12:08 pm

    It completely defeats the point of having a final/definitive addition. Even EA can get this part right. Except for a Next Gen upgrade that my one working eye won’t even notice, there is not value in this what so ever.

    Every time they make a game of the year edition it’s unfair on the people who brought DLC. Want to know what’s also unfair? They haven’t outright said this game won’t come with it. I know people (Myself included) who instantly thought this would include everything. Imagine the buyers surprise. Also try coming into this new and fresh faced, if they don’t trickle it down from the previous ones on the new consoles. The store and the user is going to be smashed by a giant wall of DLC.Tecmo do this with ever supposed “complete” addition. They don’t get it. Add new DLC fine, but don’t expect us to double dip for old DLC because of greed. There is little value in upgrading otherwise.

    It doesn’t help that it’s never clear what the bundles include and don’t include.

    It just think there is no point owning this game unless you have a new console and don’t own any of the last ones. Everyone else is better off with DOA5U or buying DOA5U if they don’t have a next gen console and want to get into it.

  8. Jack Ripper
    Jack Ripper
    October 27, 2014 at 1:16 pm

    “They haven’t outright said this game won’t come with it. I know people (Myself included) who instantly thought this would include everything. Imagine the buyers surprise.”

    Pretty much this. I’ve been following the series closely since the original DOA5, so I have an idea of how much stuff is really included. For new buyers, it’s definitely fast cash bait. It’s very misleading with how they are advertising this. I’ve read a lot of comments from other places and most people think they are getting much more than what it’s really worth. Very sad.

    Unfortunately, people are being deceived by the developers. They say this new version includes over 400 outfit in the ads, but that’s all rehashed old stuff including stuff from the original release. Altogether, 300 of them are from the previous game (original + ultimate) and the other 50 are DLC outfits and the rest of the other 50 is new. So technically, even people who’ve been following the game is not getting much while the newcomers aren’t getting much of the DLC either.

    And the bad news, they will most likely have even MORE DLC after the game releases judging by their Japan only collector’s edition (will be released in the west as DLC). There is just no point anymore in thinking that they will stop. It’s even worse than how Capcom is doing stuff.