Dead or Alive 5 adds an extreme amount of swimwear with latest downloadable costumes

Team Ninja and Tecmo Koei have released a 21-swimsuit salute to the female fighters of Dead or Alive 5 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, providing an opportunity for latecomers to get their hands on the game's virtual one pieces, bikinis and bunny ears for a price.

Some of the downloadable swimwear on offer was previously available only to those who pre-ordered DOA 5. All of it seems wildly inappropriate to wear during hand-to-hand combat against a fellow martial arts expert.

Tecmo Koei is selling the swimsuits in varying bundles and bundles of bundles. Here's the breakdown.

  • Angels ($2.99 / 240 Microsoft Points) - for Kasumi, Hitomi and Leifang
  • Devils ($2.99 / 240 Microsoft Points) - for Ayane, Christie and Tina
  • DOATEC Divas ($2.99 / 240 Microsoft Points) - for Kokoro, Lisa and Helena

Those three packs can be purchased as part of the Bunny Swimsuit Set ($7.99) which is exclusive to the PlayStation 3 version of Dead or Alive 5.

  • Player's Swimwear Pack 1 ($4.99 / 360 Microsoft Points) - for Kasumi, Kokoro, Helena and Sarah
  • Player's Swimwear Pack 2 ($4.99 / 360 Microsoft Points) - for Hitomi, Leifang, Mila and Pai
  • Player's Swimwear Pack 3 ($4.99 / 360 Microsoft Points) - for Ayane, Christie, Tina and Lisa

The Player's Swimwear Set ($12.99 / 1040 Microsoft Points) includes all three Swimwear Packs.

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