During a livestream on Nico Nico, Koei Tecmo showcased a whole lot of live gameplay of the upcoming Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, played live in front of the audience at the Tokaigi Game Party Japan 2016 in Chiba, near Tokyo.
The video focuses on the Gravure Mode, which allows player to ogle on the game’s heroines controlling the camera and taking pictures, after choosing a series of parameters like swimsuit, environment and more.
Funnily, during the livestream, Producer Yosuke Hayashi was cosplaying as a scientist during the livestream, presenting each of the shots in the video below as an “experiment” done “for the sake of world peace.” No, I’m not joking.
On top of the video, the publisher also showcased the winners of a swimsuit creation contest launched a few weeks ago.
You can check the video and pictures below. Just keep in mind that the video is from a Nico Nico stream, so the quality is, as usual, pretty terrible. Also, I’d also suggest to keep the volume down, unless you enjoy hearing a a couple of dudes groaning and cheering in a rather perverted way all the way through the video.
Be also aware that the video might be considered not safe for work in some workplaces. Luckily, it’s the weekend.