The music with its wailing guitars is maddening, and the voice performances are not the best, but the game's aural landscape is still perfectly serviceable.
A very attractive fighting game with exotic backdrops and pleasingly detailed character models. Possibly the best-looking Dead or Alive game to date, and the series' tradition of wobbly mammary glands remains untouched.
Accessible for newbies but intricate enough for seasoned DOA players, the game's simplicity is only skin deep. You'll have to get to grips with timing and combos to truly master it.
All of the usual modes you'd expect from a fighting game are present and correct, although the Story mode is nonsense. DOA Quest is a nice addition, but the online options are as scanty as the underwear on show.
A fairly easy list with a good spread of tasks to complete across all of DOA 6's modes, there's only the slightest hint of grind in all the Ranked Matches you'll have to play for the full 1,000G.