New Details for Dead or Alive 5 Plus

Team NINJA today released new information and assets for its upcoming Dead or Alive 5 Plus fighting game for the PlayStation Vita handheld system, due for release on 22 March, 2013.  Dead or Alive 5 Plus will also come with cross-platform features that allow players to play matches against opponents on both PlayStation 3 and PS Vita while sharing costumes across both platforms.

DOA5plus Battle

Team NINJA also revealed additional feature details for both casual and core players: Touch Play Mode and Training Plus Mode.

Touch Play Mode will allow players to experience battles in two new styles of touch combat with the PS Vita held vertically in portrait mode to get a first-person, full-screen view of your opponent at maximum size.  In Mode 1, tap the opponent to attack them in that spot.  In Mode 2, touch, flick, and pinch the screen to attack your opponent with more finesse and options.  Both methods offer players an instinctive way to fight while seeing their opponent in the highest graphic detail.

Training Plus Mode allows players to build their fighting skills and knowledge by playing through challenging missions, each of which offers a fun experience while imparting practical knowledge.

Dead or Alive 5 Plus will have more detailed frame data, with three times the details for each move in real-time.  Unbelievably detailed information like delay interval frames, move reach and more.  A game-changing feature for serious players!

DOA5plus Training

Dead or Alive 5 Plus brings the signature DOA fighting style to PS Vita with all-new system-specific features complementing the stunning graphics and new martial arts techniques of the recent console release. Players will take on the roles of the cast of DOA fighters in an action-packed brawler set in visually striking international locales, with each stage featuring interactive backdrops. With a sensual yet realistic style, characters are rendered in incredibly lifelike detail.

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