Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Bulks Up On DLC




A staggering amount of collaborations have been announced for Dead or Alive 5: Last Round at the Dead or Alive Festival 2016, with the inclusion of several famed franchises bound to stir up hype amongst players – and possibly melancholy as well, for those unable to afford all the DLC.

A PV for the Mai Shiranui DLC set to arrive in September:


Some Shingeki no Kyojin costumes and a special stage that will come out on July 19th:


An assortment of costumes from several Aquaplus titles will also make their way into the game sometime in December:


The entire Dead or Alive Festival 2016:

Those not already in possession of a copy of Dead or Alive 5: Last Round can purchase one now for the Xbox One, PS4, PS3, PC or Xbox 360.

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  • Disapproving Eldar SJW says:

    Mai. Shiranui.
    Oh my goddess, be strong my raging boner.

    Also huzzah to having a new character to play!

    Re: Rachel. Actually given the different camera angles and physics at play it’s not “obvious” at all that she got bustier between games.

    A better comparison is how she looks in her ready stances. Her NG stance is less awful in that “clearly designed for a different character” way compared to her DoA5 which itself is embarrassingly “mobile.”

    • Disapproving Eldar SJW says:


      a) on behalf of the SFM porn community,” Thanks KT!”

      b) I just realized how that clip is first time I have EVER understood Mai actually, “Nippon Ichi!” in the DECADE of hearing that phrase. Holy hell, r8 8/8 m8, two (.)(.)’s up!

  • Anonymous says:

    If this game had an Arcade mode with a boss at the end and a decent ending for each character, I would of bought all the season passes. As it stands this game has zero replay value. NO point in buying costumes since you will never use them. Survival mode sucks. Story mode Sucks! This game just plain sucks now!

        • Anonymous says:

          Man your comment is the most stupid who i never read in the history of all fighting games, the story is important in a fighting game because is one of the principal reasons to people meet the characters and his reasons to fight, maybe for RETARDS like you who play vs other retards the plot is not important, but for the REAL players, every game who have a decent plot is one of the best reasons to play.

        • Anonymous says:

          The reason SF5 does poorly is because it brings nothing new to the series. The game is basically a new version of SF4. The gameplay is very similar to each other. The net code is horrible, too.

          Complaining that a fighting game lacks a story is a special kind of stupid. If you are playing a fighting game for just the story, you are playing the wrong game. It’s a fucking fighting game. The point is fighting and improving. You play against other players, and improve your skills to go against stronger players. Saying that it has “zero replay value” is a new level of stupid. It shows a lack of skill.

        • Anonymous says:

          Dead or alive have arcade mode though, and SF5 reviews were not because of “No arcade mode”, It was because the game had NOTHING on it, even the Online was pretty flawed at release.

        • Anonymous says:

          Street Fighter got bad reviews because it was half a game when it came out. No story mode, no arcade mode, no ability to choose a character in matchmaking and forcing you to use a favorite. The only single player aspect at the time was too fucking hard for casuals to play. Hell, it was too hard for people who knew how to play. Street Fighter V is the worst comparison that anyone can make because it had no content except mediocre online multiplayer. That’s why it got terrible reviews. Not having an arcade mode didn’t and still doesn’t help either.