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Dead or Alive: Paradise
Dead or Alive Paradise Cover Art.jpg
Official North American Cover Art
Developer(s) Team Ninja
Publisher(s) Tecmo Koei
Series Dead or Alive
Platform(s) PlayStation Portable
Release date(s) JP April 2, 2010
NA March 30, 2010
EU April 2, 2010[1]
Genre(s) Sport, minigames
Mode(s) Single player
Rating(s) CERO: D (17+)
ESRB: M (Mature)
PEGI: Pending
Media Universal Media Disc

Dead or Alive: Paradise is an upcoming 2010 video game currently in development by Team Ninja and published by Tecmo Koei for the PlayStation Portable as part of the Dead or Alive series. The game is a spin-off of Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 for the Xbox 360.[1] Like Dead or Alive Xtreme 2, the game is heavily weighted toward depicting women in bikinis both on and off the beach. The title expands upon the activities available in the original which consisted of mainly beach-related mini-games. The game will be released in all regions during March and April, 2010.[1] This is the first title in the Dead or Alive series for the PlayStation Portable.

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Plot

Players start the game at the getaway resort, New Zack Island, as part of a two week Vacation. The island is inhabited mostly by the girls from the Dead or Alive series who wear bikinis.[2]

Characters

Hitomi playing the "Pool Hopping" mini-game

The game features mostly playable characters from the Dead or Alive series,

Also featured is Rio who has not made an appearance outside Japan before as she has only appeared in Tecmo's pachislot titles.[3]

Gameplay

Taking pictures using a camera in the game.

The game has several gameplay aspects, featured most prominently is the minigame similar to Dead or Alive Xtreme 2. The mini-games include beach volleyball, pool hopping, and casino games like poker, blackjack and slots.[4] The second aspect of the game would be interacting with the girls by mingling with them, giving them presents including swimwear.[3] The third aspect is to purchase a camera from the Island Shop and take photographs of the girls which can then be assembled into an album.[3] Once the relationship with the girls is one an intimate level, the girls would then tease the player with "venus clips" which can be viewed and edited by the player.[2]

Development

The previous team leader of Team Ninja, Tomonobu Itagaki had previously expressed interest in bringing the Dead or Alive Xtreme series to handhelds such as the Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable in 2004. The game was first revealed in Japanese gaming magazine, Famitsu, in December 2009.[3] A North American release was announced a month later in January 2010.[2]

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