Even though Koei Tecmo has been trying desperately to appease the West by attempting to hide their sexy-side in games like Dead or Alive, the company still can’t escape the money maker in the face of the SJW hordes that taunt and rake Japanese culture over the coals resting on the altar of the Intersectional Inquisition.
Koei knows where the money is, even if they pretend to the Westerners that they’re getting “woke” on behalf of the Leftist-controlled media. That’s why the company sneakily tucked an announcement for Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet into a lengthy livestream for the Dead or Alive Festival 2018 event via YouTube. The announcement for the game came more than hour into the event, just before the cosplay showcase.
The game didn’t receive it’s own trailer, but it was revealed that it would feature all of the activities from Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 that came out on the PS4 and PS Vita, but with the added bonus content from DMM’s Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation, including Misaki.
You see her in the promotional material, along with the revelation that the updated gravure mode will allow you to customize the bedroom, change around the furniture and outfit the girls in all new outfits.
The customizable room will allow you to change the color of the room, including different floors, chairs, beds, and accouterments.
You can get a brief look at the updtaed gravure mode courtesy of Dante’s Nintendo Switch World.
Once you choose your location you’re then able to select the poses for the girls.
Obviously, there’s still the elephant in the room as to whether or not the this Scarlet version will retain many of the DMM features such as poking and fondling the girls, or pulling on their clothing. Given Sony’s new censorship policies, it’s all a toss-up right now. However it’s likely that the PS4 version will undergo some form of censorship given that Senran Kagura games can no longer feature Intimacy Mode on the PS4.
As revealed during the livestream, Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet will launch March 20th, 2019 next year for the Nintendo Switch and PS4. Pre-orders for the game go live over on the official website starting November 19th, 2018.
Given that Koei Tecmo forfeited bringing Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 over to the West due to feminists, it’s highly unlikely that Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet will see the light of day on U.S., shores for either the PS4 or Nintendo Switch, but maybe with enough region-begging we’ll see it happen? Alternatively, gamers can always get the region-free version for the Nintendo Switch from the eShop.
(Thanks for the news tip zac za)