Dead or Alive 6 Brings Back Four Familiar Names at Tokyo Game Show

Dead or Alive 6 Brings Back Four Familiar Names at Tokyo Game Show 2018

Posted by September 20, 2018 Comment

During Tokyo Game Show 2018, Koei Tecmo decided to bring back four familiar faces to Dead or Alive 6 with Ayane, Bayman, Honoka, and Marie Rose. The company also introduced fans to a brand new stage with a ton of hazards called Lost Paradise, which is simply a waterpark built around Jurassic Park. You can read up on all four Dead or Alive 6 characters below along with screenshots.

credit//Koei Tecmo
First fighter returning to the fray is Ayane. Ordered to hunt down her half-sister, Kasumi, Ayane’s Mugen Tenshin Hajinmon style of Ninjutsu is as fierce as it gets. Dubbed “The Killer Kunoichi,” Ayane’s ever-changing moves are polished to the point that her opponents have a hard time seeing what is coming next. Forced to live in the shadows, she attempts to fight through her conflicted feelings toward her half-sister, while also fighting her way to the top of the tournament.
The second combatant marking her return is Swedish martial artist, Marie Rose. Marie, known as “The Wicked Lil’ Servant,” boasts a Russian military style emphasizing the constant fluidity of movement, enabling the fighter to utilize her small frame to her advantage, outmaneuvering enemies with a variety of tricky moves while turning her opponent’s attacks against them.
Next up is the “Super-Secret Fighter Chick” known as Honoka. This 18-year-old fan of professional wrestling and martial arts movies invented her own fighting style known as Honoka Fu; an art where she combines her favorite moves from fighters she has observed. While in her Hissatsu-no-Kamae stance, she is imbued with unbelievable strength, making her capable of delivering attacks the likes even she has never seen before as her right hand emits a mysterious glow.
The final fighter re-entering the arena is the former professional assassin, Bayman. Known as “The Man Who Overcame Death,” Bayman stands inside the ring with the same kind of coldhearted professionalism that made him such a successful mercenary thanks to his devastatingly-dangerous skills in Combat Sambo.
(Last Updated September 20, 2018 7:43 am )

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