Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation’s New Girl Luna Revealed With Plenty of Screenshots on Famitsu

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation's beautiful new silver-haired waifu Luna with lots of screenshots.

on January 17, 2018 11:21 AM

Today’s issue of the Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu included a spread on Koei Tecmo and DMM’s free-to-play PC game Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation, introducing the new waifu named Luna.

First of all, we learn that Luna will be released with a sizable update coming tomorrow, January 18th. She won’t be the only new element, as more goodies are also included.

Luna is an original character who never appeared in the Dead or Alive series before. She has silver hair, and she has come to the island to investigate its secret. Her favorite food is baked sweet potatoes, and she appears to be always hungry. Due to her self-absorbed personality, she can often be seen in rather vulnerable situations, with plenty of skin exposed. She can have an extremely serious expression while munching on one of her beloved sweet potatoes or be found in a weird position with her butt in the air (I’m not making this up. I’m just translating, I swear) as she relaxes at the beach.

She is 18 years old, 149 cm tall, and her three sizes are B92/W56/H88. Her blood type is 0, and her occupation is defined as “scholar.” Her hobby is field work, her favorite color is moss green, and her birthday is on October 15th. Incidentally, while the low-resolution image showcased yesterday made her look like she had heterochromia (eyes of different colors) today we see that she actually does not. Both of her eyes are blue.

As mentioned above, Luna isn’t the only new element of the update. It will include a new event that will prompt the girls to wear school swimsuits, a new gravure photo spot, and a new jungle environment.

You can check out her screenshots below, keeping in mind that they’re from magazine scans, so the quality is not perfect.

If you want to actually play the game on PC (it’s only in Japanese but it’s fairly easy to understand) you can learn how to in our handy guide.

 

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