Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation Now a Full Release

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019

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Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation | FeaturedSeveral weeks after launching as an open beta version, Koei Tecmo’s Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation is now available on Steam as a full-fledged release. It’s worth noting that despite having an English language option, this listing is only available in China, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, and Vietnam. The game is free to download and play though, so there’s a good chance that you may still be able to pick this up if you visit the listing on SteamDB. You can also browse the Singapore Steam listing, though you won’t be able to initiate a download from there.

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation | Screen 1

For this east Asian release of Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation, the content available at launch is essentially the same as when the Japanese version released back in late 2017. As a result, any additional content or characters that have been added since then will be gradually made available over time (much like the Japanese version).

Additionally, one of the features that was left out of the beta version has now been restored. This feature exists on the main menu and allows players to click on the girls to see their reactions. With today’s update, this feature now functions just as it is in the Japanese version. For more details, head to the game’s official website or have a look at the new video message below from voice actress Minami Tsuda.

SOURCE: Twinfinite

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