Dead Or Alive Xtreme 3 VR Video Reveals Butt Poking And Boob Gazing

A new video has released for Dead or Alive Xtreme 3’s VR update for the PlayStation VR on the PS4, featuring some new ways to interact with the girls on Zack’s island. The most significant new edition is being able to manually look around using the headset while using the PlayStation Move controllers to poke, touch and fondle the bikini clad, vacationing pugilists.

The video from gamernejp has managed to garner more than 100,000 views after going online on August 28th. It features a guy in a PlayStation VR headset messing around with Kasumi, who is wearing a pink two-piece bathing suit with some ruffled linings. You can check out the two minute video below.

If you thought that Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 was far too tame, the ability to jiggle, fondle, poke and pry at the girls might reignite interest in the game. There are even some additional screenshots available over on All Games Delta.

Early on the guy tries poking Kasumi in the butt a couple of times unsuccessfully, but then finally manages to do so, causing her cheeks to jiggle in response and for the character to yelp and turn away.

The game has already become “triggering” to SJWs, resulting in a piece on Engadget calling Dead or Alive Xtreme 3’s VR update “sexual assault the game”. As is usual, the comment section is no where to be found.

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 VR Edition

Buckley writes in the piece…

“Koei Tecmo long ago decided that Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 might be too sexist for the US market. Well, they’re not wrong.”

Technically, they preemptively decided not to sell the game in the West because they didn’t want to deal with feminist and Social Justice Warriors, according to a Facebook post by a Koei Tecmo representative. Later the company issued a more formal press statement saying that they simply weren’t going to release the game in the U.S.

Namco’s Katsuhiro Harada said the same thing about Summer Lesson, citing that SJWs were the reason the game isn’t coming Stateside.

Nevertheless, some gamers have resolved to order games from Play-Asia, importing the titles that aren’t sold in the U.S., due to fear of a backlash from the Regressive Left. The import sales of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 made it one of the fastest selling and best selling titles in Play-Asia’s operating history, as reported by DualShockers. The game also managed to buff up Koei Tecmo’s bottom line quite a bit.

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 VR Edition

Play-Asia, however, came under fire from SJWs for supplying Western gamers with an opportunity to play Dead or Alive Xtreme 3.

Gamers who purchase a PlayStation VR and receive the Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 VR update will be able to engage in the leisure, mini-game sports title in a whole new way. I wouldn’t be surprised if PlayStation VR sales saw an uptick from gamers willing to get their hands on the device in order to play DOAX3 in VR.


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