Tecmo KOEI continues to count down the days until the launch of Dead or Alive 5 with more character reveals and plenty of media. Today we bring you screens, artwork and videos for the latest reveal which includes Lisa and Helena.
Helena Douglas, also known as “Fortune’s Heiress,” is the current leader of the Dead or Alive Tournament Executive Committee (DOATEC) and the daughter of Fame Douglas, founder of DOATEC. As a famous opera singer and Pi Gua Quan martial artist, Helena’s refined elegance translates into a quick yet graceful fighting style that allows her to pull off smooth windmill-like combinations that overwhelm her opponents. After the apparent destruction of DOATEC after the last tournament, Helena has re-emerged to announce the reformed DOATEC and issue an open invitation to all potential competitors to the fifth Dead or Alive Tournament.
Lisa Hamilton, also known as “La Mariposa,” is a former scientist for the Dead or Alive Tournament Executive Committee (DOATEC) and an accomplished luchadora. Lisa’s unpredictable lucha libre style combines moves she learned while training with friend and fellow DOA competitor Tina Armstrong during high school and her own blend of high-flying kicks. Her unorthodox style makes her a difficult opponent to counter and defend against effectively. Little is known as to why Lisa has returned to the fifth DOA Tournament, but the reemergence DOATEC has once again brought “La Mariposa” back into action…
It’s a slow descent as Helena and Lisa trade blows in an inescapable elevator heading straight for the bottom of the ocean in this aptly named stage – Depth. Surrounded by an ominous view of the vast sea, fighters must be wary of the danger lurking in the elevator panels, which if damaged could greatly affect the integrity of their makeshift battle arena. As the elevator is wracked with destruction, it speeds up and spews out dangerous fragments that become deadly projectiles which players can use to their strategic advantage in combat.
They have also unveiled the online features that will be in the game:
Dead or Alive 5 includes a wealth of new online features that offer players the best online experience of any previous Dead or Alive game to date. Up to 16-player online tournaments will allow combatants to set up their own bracket-style tournaments, while the fighter list allows players to view opponents’ battle records and call them out to fight at anytime. The online dojo allows players to practice with others in training mode, while the spectator feature allows players to chat while watching online battles. Players can also rock bragging rights by posting titles and sharing fighting records with friends on Facebook.
Dead or Alive 5 is set to release on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on September 25th.