Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Gets First PS Vita Direct Feed Screenshots; Sexy PS4 Graphics Also Showcased

on January 21, 2016 1:22 AM

Koei Tecmo released today a batch of direct feed screenshots and a trailer of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, including the very first direct feed screenshots of the PS Vita version of the game.

In the first gallery below, you can check out the PS Vita version, powered by the Soft Engine Lite, and featuring the ability to use the touch screen to interact with the girls.

Funnily, touching the screen does not represent the player actually touching the girl, but “a mysterious wind” that moves clothes, hair and breasts according to the direction and intensity of the touch. I’m not exactly sure of the physics of wind that squeezes a lady’s breasts together (which can be done via pinching the screen), but I guess that’s why it’s “mysterious.”

Clothes will also get wet as the heroines get sweaty or fall into the pool.

We also get to see more of the Soft Engine 2.0-powered PS4 version. You can check them out at the bottom of the post, alongside the direct feed version of the new trailer.

The screenshots showcase the ability to check out on the heroines as they prepare to go to bed at the end of the day and the gravure mode. Players will be allowed to select swimsuit, place and time, while elements like hair style, wet skin and tan lines can also be customized.

Lastly, we also get a better glimpse on the first print costumes, for Marie Rose in the PS4 version Fortune and for Honoka in the PS Vita version, Venus.

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