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Tina Tastes Subway (Train) in Dead or Alive 5 Launch Trailer

There's been quite a bit of character-exclusive video for Dead or Alive 5 all over the place, but where oh where has all the real action been hiding?

Tecmo Koei has managed to preserve all the lush violence for the official launch trailer; it's got plenty of kicking, punching, stabbing, shoving, convulsing, yelling, and generally painful stuff happening in and around all the colorful locales.

The game will be released in the US on September 25th, and in Europe on the 28th for the 360 and PS3. Until then, take a look-see at the insane amount of unadulterated chaos.

Reported by Mandy Safai



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