Let's Get Down and Dirty with New Dead or Alive 5 Screens

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As Dead or Alive 5 developer Team Ninja explained last month, the upcoming fighter will show character clothing changing over the course of the fight.

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Sweat, it seems, can make shirts see-thru; however, this recent batch of game screens just shows character clothing getting down and dirty.

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Dead or Alive 5 will be out this September.

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DISCUSSION

Graphics are great and all but sometimes I question character modelling especially in 3d fighting games. Look at the first pic (Ayane vs Kasumi) Focus on Kasumi's left leg. Ankles do not bend that way! Of course Tekken also has the same issue, but they should definitely fix that.