Dead or Alive 5 costume pack adds gym clothes, schoolgirl uniforms, shirtless options

Team Ninja and Tecmo Koei answer the call for more Japanese school uniforms in Dead or Alive 5 today, bringing a variety of plaid and pleated skirts to the female fighters' wardrobe. The third round of downloadable costumes for Team Ninja's fighter also adds a furry white bikini, high school gym uniforms and a shirtless option for Hayate.

Ayane also goes shirtless — technically — relying on a pair of overalls for some amount of modesty.

The new outfits are available in three packs: Gym Class, which offers gym clothes for Kasumi, Ayane, Hitomi and Kokoro; Uniforms, which features four unique schoolgirl outfits for Kasumi, Ayane, Hitomi and Kokoro; and Special Set 2, which includes Ayane's overalls, Hayate's pants and Mila's bunny outfit.

Each pack is available individually for $4.99 on PlayStation 3 or 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360. A set featuring all Round 3 costumes is available for $12.99 or 1040 Microsoft Points.

Tecmo Koei released a second batch of downloadable costumes for DOA 5 earlier this month, bringing formal wear, cat suit and bartending clothing to the 3D fighter. Dead or Alive 5's first costume pack was made available for free one week after its release.

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