Dead Or Alive: Xtreme Venus Vacation Pre-Registration Is Live For PC Gamers
Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation

Do you own a decent PC? Do you have a graphics card that can render beautiful anime girls in resolutions so high that it’ll make your nose bleed? Can you interpret just enough of the moon rune language to understand what jiggle physics is and how the SoftEngine 2.0 operates? Well, if you answered ‘Yes’ emphatically to each of those questions, you’re primed and ready to rocket your way into the interactive pleasures afforded by DMM Games and Koei Tecmo with the PC version of Dead or Alive: Xtreme Venus Vacation.

Gamer is reporting that DMM has opened up pre-pregistration for the upcoming free-to-play Dead or Alive: Xtreme Venus Vacation. The game allows you to return to Zak’s island and continue where you left off from Dead or Alive Xtreme 3. This includes taking the girls out on dates, engaging in gravure photo sessions, playing some beach volleyball in single or doubles matches, as well as interacting with them by poking, slapping (the butts of course), and admiring the firm figures and soft skin of the Dead or Alive female cast.

A gameplay trailer was recently posted in light of the Tokyo Game Show, which can be viewed below to give you an idea as to what to expect from the upcoming title.

In addition to dating, the beach frolicking, and the volleyball playing, there’s also the dress-up game and a bit of the private-quarter sessions that return from DOAX3.

We see that players can acquire bikinis (and given that the game is free-to-play with a DMM cash shop point system in place, you can expect the rare and custom bikini swimwear and other clothes to cost a pretty penny), change the girl’s outfits, and get them presents, just like in the previous outing.

Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation - Butt Slap

The Soft Engine 2.0 is also fully operational here, bringing the soft-body physics to PC gamers for the very first time. We all know exactly what this means. Then again, I get the feeling that the Soft Engine has sort of taken a back seat to some more advanced tech coming out of IllusionSoft’s warehouse, especially when you look at projects like Honey Select and how far along they’ve come with allowing weebs to create their perfect 3D dream girl.

Now the real fun is that Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation is due out later this year. If you have a tough time reading the Japanese language they also offer language lessons over on the DMM website. You can pre-register right now by visiting the registration page.


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