PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Dead Or Alive Xtreme 3’s Pre-Orders Open, Gets First PS4 Trailer in 1080p/60fps

on October 15, 2015 2:48 AM

Koei Tecmo just opened pre-orders in Japan for Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Venus for PS Vita and Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Fortune for PS4.

The pre-order page at the publisher’s own retailer Gamecity can be found here, and it includes the following options:

  • Venus Standard Edition: 7,410 yen
  • Fortune Standard Edition: 8,360 yen
  • Venus Collector’s Edition: 12,160 yen
  • Fortune Collector’s Edition: 13,110 yen
  • Strongest Package: 29,800 yen

The collector’s editions include the game for the respective platform, an Xtreme Sexy Costumes package (“F Set” for Fortune, “V Set” for Venus), a gravure photo book, a deck of cards, and a 3D mouse with soft breasts to lay your wrist on. All the bonus contents will be different and specific to each platform. The first print of the PS4 version will also include a swimsuit for Marie Rose, while the first print of the PS Vita version will come with a bikini for Honoka.

The “strongest package” includes both versions and all of their bonuses, plus nine bathroom posters in B2 format. If you’re wondering what a “bathroom poster” is, they’re posters quite popular in Japan, made with waterproof materials to be hung in your bathroom, normally portraying rather sexy visuals.

In addition to the pre-orders, we also get the direct feed version of the first gameplay trailer (portraying the PS4 version), and a clean version of the cover art of the two platforms, courtesy of Amazon Japan.

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