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Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation Announced for Japanese Release

The newest entry in the Dead or Alive series, subtitled “Venus Vacation”, will be released in Japan this year. More information to come during a special stage event at Tokyo Game Show 2017.

Dead or Alive is a well-received series of fighting games dating back to 1996. The series has numerous token features, including a unique counter-attacking system, a mostly-female character cast, and a pioneering presence in the development of breast physics for computer games.

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation was first teased in September last year. It has now been revealed that it’s going to be the first browser-based entry to the Dead or Alive franchise. The game will be published by the Japanese giant DMM. The game is a part of the Xtreme spin-off series, which is not a series of fighting game, but a dating-sim mixed with a sports game hugely focused on volleyball.

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation will feature new and simplified gameplay mechanics, high-poly, 3D models and high overall graphics quality, thanks to the new Soft Engine. The game will come out in 2017 in Japan. There have been no mentions of an international release so far.

In addition to the announcement of the game’s upcoming release, it has been revealed that Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation will receive a special stage event during Tokyo Game Show 2017. This event has been scheduled for September 23rd at 14:00 JST.

This news was first revealed by Dangekionline.com, a Japanese gaming news outlet.

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