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Dead or Alive 5 Pai Chan Offically Official

Mila was so yesterday; Virtua Fighter veteran, Pai Chan, is officially joining the cast of Dead or Alive 5, but you likely already guessed as much after the not-so-official NeoGAF hacker scenario back in March.

Famitsu revealed some Pai eye candy today, and one of the screenshots depicts a graceful Gen Fu slamming Pai's nose into a dojo floor. Invigorating.

Pai will be fighting alongside her fellow women of SEGA, Akira and Sarah Bryant.

Reported by Mandy Safai

Source: http://www.siliconera.com/2012/09/12/virtua-fighters-pai-chan-signs-up-for-dead-or-alive-5/


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