The next instalment to Team Ninja’s fighting series Dead or Alive is finally coming, and has been announced for early 2019! It will be arriving for PS4, XB1 and PC via Steam.
Boasting improved visuals, new highly destructable arenas and more characters this will be a great game indeed. With new features such as a more natural character animations (sorry guys, the Jiggle physics are no more) and more we will surely find out during E3.
For those interested, IGN got an exclusive hands on with the game which you can head on over and have a read here.
Last of all, here is the reveal trailer for the game attached below. We’ll add more content to our site as it comes, including it’s own game page!
What do you think of the reveal? Are you excited to finally get a new Dead or Alive game? Let us know in the comments!
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After TGS 2017 a lot of new information and titles were announced, and with this was a new title for Dead or Alive Xtreme series called Venus Vacation. Including new characters and a whole bevy of exclusive swimsuits not seen in the latest 3rd instalment, you can take your volleyball action to PC for Free this year!
Check out below for the trailer that shows off it’s gameplay, mechanics and it’s Free to Play nature.
Would you like to grab this F2P title? Do you need more bouncy physics in your life? Let us know in the comments!
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Square-Enix has recently announced in their April Closed Conference 2015 that they will be collaborating with Dead or Alive’s development team Team Ninja along with KOEI Tecmo for their next instalment to their fighting series Dissidia: Final Fantasy!
It will be initially releasing in Japanese arcades at the fall of 2015, but will be eventually making it’s way to the Playstation 4 (other consoles unknown) from 2016 onwards. The game will feature many famous characters from many of Square-Enix Final Fantasy titles, and will bring stylish intense action much like the previous games in the series.
You can find more information on our official game page linked at the bottom. Are you excited to see KOEI Tecmo involved with more of Square-Enix’s IPs (with Dragon Quest: Heroes being their other collaboration)? Or should KOEI Tecmo just stick to their own? Let us know in the comments!
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