Contrary to popular belief, there is actually a lot more to DoA than just jiggly breasts. It’s always been a great technical fighter with lots of depth.
I really loved DoA4 on 360 way back when it came out and, other than Virtua Fighter, was my favorite fighter at the start of this generation. Naturally, I’m very interested to get back into Dead or Alive with DoA5 (now also on PS3!)
Hopefully Team Ninja can create a solid fighter without Itakagi but either way, I’m quite excited.
There’s also a good preview on Eurogamer