Segun un rumor nacido en un una pagina (no digo ni pongo cual que no se si hago spam al hacerlo) comentan un posible DOA5 en desarrollo y que seria multiplataforma entre 360 y PS3. Tiene logica con la nueva dirigencia de Team ninja que ahora apunten a ambos sistemas.
Lo que si va a ser interesante es como retoman la historia del juego ya que en DOA4 le dieron un cierre final al tema de DOAtec y a la saga de Helena (con un final que lo vale). Lindo seria que hagan una historia sobre Kasumi y Ayane
(aunque si Itagaki dios...
vaya a saber como queda este juego)
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If what we’re hearing out of the European retail community is to be believed, it looks like the loss of Itagaki from Team Ninja has opened the doors for the Dead or Alive series to “broaden” it’s horizons.
Rumor: Dead or Alive 5 In Production for PS3It looks like retailers are already being made aware through distribution channels that DoA 5, the long anticipated sequel to Dead or Alive 4 on the Xbox 360 is indeed in the works as a multi-platform title. Details are still sketchy at this point (no specific platforms named), but we can assume that the 360 and PS3 are the prime candidates for the popular fighter to land on.
Typically we’d write off a rumor like this immediately, but when combined with recent news of an Xbox 360 exclusive going multi-platform, we’re kind of curious. While there’s still nothing concrete, it certainly makes sense with Xbox 360’s biggest backer (Itagaki) gone from Tecmo. The rumor is apparently getting through the distribution channels from Koei of Europe (now part of Tecmo) to retailers with Yosuke Hayashi’s name coming up as the producer.
We’re not writing this off as fake just yet, but we’re waiting for something more concrete before we get PS3 fans too excited. But with Yosuke Hayashi’s history on the PS3 (Ninja Gaiden Sigma series), we are certainly curious. We’ll keep you posted.
Apparently, according to some this morning, with one of the Xbox 360’s biggest backers out of the way (bless you, Itagaki) Team Ninja appear to be more free to open up their horizons and rumours are surfacing that Dead Or Alive 5 will be heading to the PlayStation 3 as a multiformat title. As their work on Ninja Gaiden 2 Sigma showed the guys have a firm grasp on the PS3 hardware and I’ve always liked the Dead or Alive series for reasons other than you might expect. Sure, the Dreamcast version was utterly amazing but the later titles were pretty good too and DoA 4, along with the Xtreme Volleyball games, was a mainstay during the early years of the new Xbox.
Still, the rumours don’t appear to have any grounding, and I get the sneaky suspicion GoFanboy have their wires crossed about something, but hey, I’ll just be here padding out TSA until the real fun starts.
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Soy el hermano de gordon freeman pero no me dieron el trabajo para protagonizar el half life porque era demasiado gordo