Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Getting First Destructible Swimsuits, New Sexy Bikinis and Photo Stage

on August 31, 2016 3:48 PM

Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included the first look on the upcoming content coming for Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 in the near future.

First of all, we get the usual bi-weekly batch of bikinis and outfits. Between September 8th and September 21st we’ll get the “Soot” and “Mismatch” sets. Between September 21st and October 5th, it’s time for the “Illusion” and “Wake Up” sets.

The heat will also be turned up with the addition of crossover swimsuits from the Keijo!!!!!!!! anime, as they will be the first to introduce the destructible fabric feature that has been quite popular in Dead or Alive 5: Last Round.

We also get the first look at the upcoming “Photo Paradise” mode, that will be added to the game with a patch, allowing owners to take gravure pictures of the heroines in a variety of poses and swimsuits.

You will be able to purchase pose cards for the various girls in the Owner shop, and gift them to the girl. They will have a higher chance to accept them (as usual) if their satisfaction level is high. On top of that, as their excitement level and the owner level grows, more poses will appear in the shop.

On top of that, the new feature will use idol stages in collaboration with Sofmap and HMV, that often hold idol events in Tokyo. Those will be released in late September. Of course you’ll also be able to use various locations from the game, in different times of day. It’ll be possible to select the pose among those unlocked with the cards, the swimsuit, the degree of suntan, the hairstyle and more.

You can focus on taking pictures, without having to worry about time limits, that said, if you take excessively embarrassing pictures the mood of the girl might worsen, so you shouldn’t forget to be a gentleman.

 /  Executive News Editor
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