The fourth Dead or Alive game in the series.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Yuka Koyama ...
Helena Douglas / Niki (voice)
Kasumi (voice)
Hideyuki Hori ...
Ryu Hayabusa (voice)
Kokoro (voice)
Yui Horie ...
Hitomi / Mei Ling (voice)
Yukimasa Kishino ...
Brad Wong (voice)
Junko Minagawa ...
Eliot (voice)
Daisuke Gôri ...
Bass Armstrong (voice) (as Daisuke Gouri)
Zack (voice)
Jann Lee (voice)
Yumi Tôma ...
Leifang (voice) (as Yumi Touma)
Yûko Nagashima ...
Tina Armstrong (voice)
Lisa - La Mariposa (voice) (as Maya Sakamoto)
Banjô Ginga ...
Bayman (voice) (as Banjou Ginga)
Christie (voice)


The fourth Dead or Alive game in the series.

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29 December 2005 (USA)  »

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DoA4  »

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This is the last game for which the Japanese voice actor Kôji Totani provided the voice of Leon prior to his death on 6 February 2006. See more »


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Brad Wong: Looks like you've got time on your hands, too.
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Written by Steven Tyler (as Tyler) / Joe Perry (as Perry) / Jim Vallance (as Vallance)
Performed by Aerosmith
Courtesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Published by Almo Music Corp. and Testatyme Music (ASCAP) and EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP) o/b/o itself and Swag Song Music
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User Reviews

It's alive alright't
8 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

I don't understand why most of the people compare "Dead or Alive" to "Virtua Fighter" so much. I have played both series since forever and both have a different feel to it.

"Virtua Fighter" is the nr:1 deepest, realistic fighting simulator game out there while "Dead or Alive" is fast, arcade fun kind of a game that takes advantage to the environment and look's good while playing it.

Is "Dead or Alive" as deep as "Virtua Fighter"? God No! But it doesn't need to, they are quit the opposite. Even the creators of these games doesn't deny this. Yu Suzuki's direction to "VF" is to have total realism while "DoA" creator Tomonobu Itagaki is simplicity. Both have mention this on interviews.

I for myself are glad that "Dead or Alive" exists and I think we need a game series that stands out like the way it does, it's pure fun and simple but still a fast aggressive fighting game with obvious controls and function. And comparing "VF" to DoA" for me is complete bullocks. Both of them are the best on their crafts and who says you can only choose one of them.

"Dead or Alive 4" is the recent game of the series and it's the best one so far with more moves, more character's, fantastic interactive stages, faster game play and a final boss that will be a great challenge for the experienced "Doa" players but a tearing experience for the newbies. I Should also mention that it has the best ending sequence a fighting game has ever had, seriously!

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