Dead or Alive 5 Ver. 1.03 Patch Will Let You Record And Upload Matches

By Ishaan . December 30, 2012 . 1:30pm

Dead or Alive 5 is receiving a “ver. 1.03” patch, which will allow you to upload match replays from the game directly to the Internet. The Xbox 360 version will allow for Facebook uploading, while the PlayStation 3 version will allow for both Facebook and YouTube. To demonstrate the feature, Team Ninja uploaded this video:

 

 

Director, Yohei Shimbori, says that other tweaks to the game are to be expected in the ver. 1.03 patch as well, but Team Ninja haven’t released a full patch list yet.


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  • nyobzoo

    360p -_-

    • NaelAM

      360p isn’t a problem in my opinion, as long as the video is 60fps. Unfortunately, YouTube uploads means that may not be the case.

      • zero254

        I hated the day 60 fps was disabled for future uploads.

        I got it to work for awhile but it reencodes everything now….

  • GaiunxWolfenX

    ohh nice even if its low def its really nice, bot everyone have those converters to be able to capture the video to a pc

  • Arc†icNinja21

    Great… now vids of ppl beating my ass will be all over YouTube.

    • StarWarudo

      lol

    • Sergio Briceño

      They already are mate.

    • https://twitter.com/mikedo2007 mikedo2007

      and more pervs will be looking at DOA girls in skimpy outfits.

  • CirnoLakes

    I hate to be beating a dead horse. But… why not just just release the game for the PC? You could easily just throw in a free key to some video capture software or even create and release one of your own?

    I love the selection of games the consoles have and in that respect I consider the console better than the PC. That is, the gaming software library of consoles is better than the PC. But that’s just gaming software. In terms of OS, video editing software, internet usage, and pretty much every other form of software, the PC is clearly ahead.

    And I’ve always hated how consoles were such a gated community where what you are able to do is severely limited. Even worse than Macs in that regard. And this is painfully so in this era. And made painfully aware by the fact of a company actually making a piece of video capture software specifically for and only working with a single game.

    If this was at least a piece of capture software which would work with all games on the PlayStation 3 being released on the PlayStation Network or so forth, I could at least praise consoles for getting more and better non-gaming software. But no, this works with only a single game on a console. A complete, utter waste of resources for a fighting game franchise that isn’t even particularly renowned or respected right now.

    I’m sorry, I don’t mean to be negative. But I can’t help but shake my head at the waste of resources going on. It’s great to be able to record yourself playing this game, and this very thing right here attributes a lot of popularity to PC games and emulation, not the myth that emulation is piracy. Thus saving a lot of people from begging for a PC version, installing a capture card, or struggling to develop emulation software for these new consoles. But this is just one fighting game in a currently not the most beloved of franchises.

    I can’t help but think it is a terrible waste of development resources. And all because console mindset, most likely.

    • http://twitter.com/adamdragonhero AdamAnimeHero

      Things like the HD PVR exist for the purpose of capturing gameplay videos on consoles. A lot of game commentators on Youtube use them for videos. I guess you never heard of them.

      • CirnoLakes

        I didn’t mention that specifically, though I did mention capture cards. Doesn’t mean I haven’t heard of it.

        That, just like capture cards, is just a workaround. And doesn’t really do anything to change my point. Kind of funny how you just assume I haven’t heard of such a thing with no reason whatsoever.

        • Brion Valkerion

          Theres sooooo many license issues with putting capture software on a console its crazy. I agree it would be nice to have but…. there just isnt enough people using the stuff to warrant all the crap it takes to do it.

          And making a feature to upload to youtube isnt a big deal, phones do it, both major consoles have youtube enabled ect. And its not the first game to do this. If it was some super high quality service then sure, but… its youtube lol. Admit it, you just wanted to make a PC rant haha.

    • NaelAM

      Becuase they’re a Japanese developer. In Japan, the popularity of Windows PC gaming makes the Xbox 360 look like a huge hit in comparison. And Japanese corporations base their business decisions on the preferences of their home country first and foremost. It’s the same reason a lot of JRPG series have moved to portables the last 5-7 years.

    • Amaterasu

      You know what’s more of a waste of resources? Putting a game on a system that does not have a demand for fighters, why the hell is it a good business decision for them to put it on PC. Sure, if it was dark souls and had a 100,000 person petition they might think about it, but the numbers on PC simply are not there, especially in Japan which accounts for a lot of its sales. Besides, are you educated at all on a console’s hardware? recording requires high cpu power which a console cannot simply afford when games on the platform are already pushing it to its limits; its not as simple as putting ‘a piece of capture software which works with all games’.

  • phangtom

    All we need now is a way to export photos from photo mode. :3

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