During a livestream on Nico Nico hosted by Famitsu, Producer Yosuke Hayashi introduced the first gameplay footage of the PS Vita version of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, dubbed “Venus.”
The PS Vita version will not include some of the visual features of the Soft Engine 2.0, which is exclusive to PS4, but will come with dedicated touch controls.
And during the demo, Hayashi-san did indeed demonstrate those touch controls quite extensively, so you quite possibly shouldn’t watch this at your workplace.
The feature basically lets you control a “mysterious wind” that interacts with a girl’s breasts and rear. I’m not exactly sure about how realistic that “wind” can be considered, but after all it’s “mysterious” for a reason.
You can check out the recording below, keeping in mind that it’s from Nico Nico, and suffers from its notorsiously bad resolution and compression.
Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 will be released in Japan and Asia (with English text) for PS4 and PS3 on March 24th.