"It wasn't my fault!"

Oh dear, Dead or Alive 5: Last Round hasn't got off to a good start on the PlayStation 4. While we reckon that the brawler's a lot of fun, as we concluded in our review, Eurogamer.net has received numerous reports that indicate that the game's suffering from some serious issues on the PlayStation Store.

For starters, some say that the full release isn't even available to download from the store yet, despite launching today in Europe, while others are keen to point out that the free-to-play version of the title, known as Core Fighters, is currently a train wreck as far as pricing is concerned.

Indeed, the Honoka character plus debut costume set, which includes the mentioned fighter and a bunch of alternate outfits, boasts a £36.99 price tag, which is clearly an error, as that's more expensive than the complete title in its digital form. Or at least, it would be, if it was actually on the store.

Following tests of our own, we can confirm that the reports are true: the main game is nowhere to be found, even when searched for, and the Core Fighters DLC prices are all over the place at the time of writing. It's also worth noting that we reviewed the digital version of the release via a redeemable product code, which we were able to download without any problems.

Publisher Koei Tecmo has told Eurogamer.net that most of the blame lies with Sony's online systems, but is this really good enough when it comes to entertainment that people are paying for? Rant and rave in the comments section below.

[source eurogamer.net]