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Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Details Its Casino Where You Can Get Lucky With The Ladies



Koei Tecmo shared the latest on Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 with details on the game’s “Event Paradise” feature, its casino mini-games that you’ll get to check out during the night, and more.


Owner Mode:



The “Event Paradise” is a feature that lets you view some of your favorite events. While out on vacation, you’ll get to look back at memorable events and happenings through this feature. These will save up different events from the start of the vacation on your arrival to the island to the end of your stay.


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Again, similar to the “Gravure Paradise” mode, you’ll be able to select your favorite costumes, fit for a looser appearance, suntan degree, wetness, and hairstyle.



The Owner Shop is exclusive to the Owner, where you’ll get to buy series’ familiar legend swimsuits, such as “Fortune,” “Venus,” and other special items.



Again, if you can get a “Secret Ticket” that is sold to VIPs that play enough at the casino, you’ll get to  use it for a “special” dance.


Here’s a look at some of the casino games that you’ll get to play:




The familiar card game with the goal of getting 21 or as close as possible. Split and Insurance are some of the rules that are used here.




With a flush, straight, or other types of hands, your goal is to have a better hand than your opponent. When you have a good hand, you’ll put in more money, and drop if it’s weak. However, keep in mind that the girls will begin to notice if you start raising each time you have a good hand, and they’ll also have their own characteristics that you’ll be able to figure out for yourself.




This uses the basic “00” from the rules of “American Roulette.” Beginners can also go with even, odd, red, or black as their choices, too.


Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 will release in Japan on March 24, 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The Asia version will have English subtitles, and can be pre-ordered via Play-Asia.

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