Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation Gives You Another Shot at Tamaki; Celebrates Ayane’s Birthday

The newest event in Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation gives you a slightly better shot at unlocking the semi-recently added waifu Tamaki.

on August 4, 2018 2:25 PM

If you didn’t manage to drop Tamaki last week, this time around you might be luckier in Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation, as she is featured in another event.

The new weekly event, “Kizunafes Utata Flower” is another of the Kizunafes type, which gives you bonuses for using friends’ characters as guests in your matches.

On top of that, since it’s summer, the featured gacha includes some lovely yukata (a lighter, summery kimono), and if you’re lucky to get the SSR version, you can unlock either Tamaki or Nyotengu.

Since there are only two featured characters, the odds are better than last week, even if they’re still pretty bad. You have a 0.38% chance of finally grabbing Tamaki. I did get an SSR and go figure, it was Nyotengu. Not that I’m complaining, she looks gorgeous with the Yukata.

On top of that, tomorrow (August 5th), it’s Ayane’s birthday, which means that the game is celebrating by asking you to pay for a real money-only gacha with a whopping (yes, I’m joking) 1.1% of getting one of her SSR costumes. As usual, you’ll also get a cake that you can exchange for some experience.

You can check out a couple of cutscenes from the event below, and a trailer for Ayane’s birthday. If you want to play the game on your own 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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