A Look At The Roster And Stages In Dead or Alive: Dimensions

By Ishaan . March 1, 2011 . 8:25am

As the release date for Dead or Alive: Dimensions comes closer, Tecmo Koei are starting to roll information out on the game’s Japanese website, including which characters you can expect to see in the selectable roster. Here’s a look:

 

 

The site also has a look at some of the stages in the game. The list isn’t comprehensive, but five stages are listed so far. Take a look:

 

Kyoto in Bloom:

 

Fallen Miyama:

 

Frozen Peaks:

 

Whitewater Valley:

 

Genetic Biolab:


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  • Whoomp

    As long as Helena is still there I will be content with whomever else they decide to put into the game. Not that I will get a 3DS in the foreseeable future though.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2UDFY4ESBBF3Z255AJEISWVNTM Chris Dorelus

    i really hate all the characters in doa. there all bland and retarded

  • http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=2704923 Buntar0

    The current Jann Lee design makes him look a bit like a Fist of the North Star character

  • No9

    Hmm I might try this game when it comes out… How’s the gameplay? Any game thats similar?

    • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

      It’s based on Dead or Alive 3 and 4 (different elements from both). Otherwise, I guess the closest comparison would be Virtua Fighter.

  • joesz

    Poor game.It’s being ignored heavily

  • Croix

    I’ve always been interested in trying Dead or Alive, but my interest in fighting games has often been passing at best, and I never ended up getting around to it. I also don’t own any Microsoft consoles, so that was a pretty limiting factor. Supposing I can ever afford a 3DS, this may be in my future if I ever get back into the genre.

  • GamerKT

    How’s the fighting in this series? I’ve played every game for, like, 10 minutes, so I don’t remember. More like Tekken or Street Fighter? I hope it’s not as technical as Street Fighter… I can actually be decent at Tekken, though.

    • mikanko

      It’s closest to a simpler version of Virtua Fighter at a faster pace like Tekken. It’s pretty beginner friendly.

  • http://twitter.com/Ale598 Ale598

    When I finally have a 3DS to play this game it’ll probably be in the discount bin.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1268923902 Bret Skopek

    No Alpha Kasumi ?

  • http://twitter.com/ChaseBurr Chase Bonner

    I’ll buy this on release in America.

  • http://twitter.com/gabriel_may_uk Gabriel May

    Needs a stage where your fighting underwater :D

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