Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo have confirmed that Dead or Alive 5: Last Round will hit Steam on February 17th. This is the first time a game from the franchise is coming to PC. The publisher also reveals pre-order costumes through a trailer and a batch of screens.
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER DEAD OR ALIVE IS HEADED TO PC AS
DEAD OR ALIVE 5 LAST ROUND IS CONFIRMED FOR STEAM RELEASE
Team NINJA today revealed that, for the first time ever the Dead or Alive franchise is headed to PC as DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Last Round is confirmed for release on Steam. Currently in development for the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems, Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, KOEI TECMO America has confirmed that the Steam PC version is scheduled to launch alongside the console versions in North America on February 17, 2015, and will be available at the price of, $39.99 MSRP for Steam PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (physical and digital) and $29.99 MSRP for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (digital only). DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Last Round will be available for pre-purchase on PC via the Steam Store starting today.
Team NINJA today also released a brand new video showcasing the costumes that will be available via pre-order incentives for retail preorders (PS4 and Xbox One physical copies) at the following North American retailers: Players who preorder DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Last Round at GameStop will receive exclusive costume packs including the "Ninja 2015" and “Aloha” sets. Pre-ordering at Amazon (PlayStation / Xbox) will give purchasers access to exclusive costumes sets including the "Showstopper" and "Beach Party", while pre-ordering at Best Buy (PlayStation / Xbox) will give you access to the exclusive “Showstoppers Encore” set. Be sure to watch up until the very end of today’s new video for a secret teaser!
DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Last Round will take to the ring to deliver the signature DOA fighting style, wrapped up in the most graphically impressive version of a DEAD OR ALIVE game ever seen. Combatants will present an unparalleled level of life-like detail, and smooth striking animations that will firmly place every fighter in the heat of the moment. The game’s dynamic interactive stages once again boast a range of visually striking locations from around the world, while offering even more destruction, deadly new danger zones and a higher level of strategic choices for players to utilize in the quest for victory.
Character customization options get even deeper, as DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Last Round will offer over 300 open and unlockable costumes, and the brand new hairstyle and accessory options will give nearly endless possibilities to adorn the fighters for any occasion. Players can bring their run of rosters, costumes and accessories from DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Ultimate, as previously purchased DLC content will be transferable from last gen consoles to the PS4 and Xbox One.
Currently in development by Team NINJA, more details about DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Last Round will be revealed in the coming months. The game has not yet been rated by the ESRB but Koei Tecmo anticipates a rating of “M” for Mature.
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Granted.. synthetic benchmarks are just that.. but in Geekbench 4 a Snapdragon 835 can outperform a Q9550.. which is definitely faster than the E6600. (43 minutes ago)
My personal history of personal computing goes back to 8-bit computers. I think 2017 ARM CPUs are amazing. (44 minutes ago)
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And "many" isn't a specific number. There are many 8088s :D (1 Hour ago)
But the exponential rate of progress means that you don't have to go back too far to make that true. A lot of the progress here was done in our lifetimes. That's amazing. (1 Hour ago)