Dead or Alive 6 Hits Stores on February 15th, 2019

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Sep 10, 2018
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KOEI TECMO announced today that Dead or Alive 6, the latest chapter in the fighting series, will release on February 15th, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. They’ve also revealed the pre-order bonuses for the Standard and Digital Deluxe editions.

Coupled with the official release date, Team NINJA revealed the first details on the DEAD OR ALIVE 6 digital pre-order bonuses. PlayStation 4 owners who take advantage of pre-order sales will score a unique DOA6 theme as well as obtaining “The Female Tengu” Nyotengu as a playable character. Xbox One gamers who pre-order the title will also be able to download Nyotengu to their roster on top of receiving a pre-order bonus costume for the legendary Ryu Hayabusa.
A special Early Purchase Bonus program for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners was also announced, as gamers who digitally purchase DOA6 by March 14, 2019, will receive a bonus costume for one of the game’s most popular characters,Kasumi. Gamers who enter the Early Purchase Bonus program on Steam will collect the Kasumi costume as well as Nyotengu as a downloadable character. In addition, Team NINJA unveiled a Digital Deluxe edition of the game for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam that will include a set of 25 extra costumes, three bonus musical tracks, a DDX exclusive Kasumi costume, and an exceptional character added to the lineup, the formidable Kasumi clone, Phase 4.
Chris played the game at Gamescom 2018 and enjoyed the changes made by Team NINJA in Dead or Alive 6.

From a person whose regular time with fighting games are telling them to leave me alone while I play RPG’s or Strategy games, my hands on with Dead or Alive 6 was certainly a positive one.

I can’t help but love the aesthetic choice, with the design and look of characters being absolutely fantastic. This is rounded off with interesting levels, with some being more realistic and others having the more fantastical elements that the series has had before. It’s engaging and fun as well as easy to get into, that’s by far the most important thing here.

He also interviewed Game Director and Producer Yohei Shimibori, by the way,
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