Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Update 1.10 Adds Sexy Gravure Photo Mode, Destructible Swimsuit Support

on September 7, 2016 7:04 AM

Koei Tecmo just released a new update to Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, numbered 1.10. The update is one of the biggest yet, and comes with a couple interesting additions.

Below you can read the full patch notes:

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First of all, alongside a few tweaks and fixes, we get the “Photo Paradise” mode, which is basically a gravure photo mode. You can select a girl, any stage you want, including two new stages reproducing a studio (a plain one and one with the Team Ninja logo in the Asian version), one among a metric ton of poses, a swimsuit, hairstyle and degrees of tan/wetness. Then you can take your sweet time taking all the pictures you want, without the anxiety of having the time run out ruining that perfect shot.

You can also chain “clips” with different poses, costumes and settings for a full-fledged photoshot.

Poses can be purchased in the game’s stores, and they have to be delivered to the ladies as gifts. When I said that there is a metric ton of them I wasn’t joking, by the way. The degree of variety is quite staggering.

The patch also adds support for destructible swimsuits, even if so far none is available. The first will be added with the Keijo!!!!!!!! crossover DLC later this month.

Last, but not least, we get the catalogs for two new swimsuit sets, “Mills’ Mess” and “Sweety.” You can find download links below, assuming that you have the Asian version in English.

It’s worth mentioning that the swimsuits aren’t unlocked yet in the game, as they will become available tonight in the Owner’s store. That said, they’re fairly sizable download (over a gigabyte in total), so you may want to get it started.  In the meanwhile, you can also check them out in the screenshots below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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