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Dead or Alive 5 gets a free downloadable costume pack today

The kind folks at Team Ninja today released a free downloadable costume pack for the just-released-last-week Dead or Alive 5. It's available for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 users.

Equipping fighters with one new outfit each, the costume pack will supply Zack with an "alien" costume, Bayman with a new beret and Christie with some "hotter" leather gear. Even Sega's Virtua Fighter characters, Akira, Sarah and Pai, join in on the free costume fun.

Still unconfirmed is if this free costume pack will appease those gamers who thought DOA5 lacked a particular amount of boobage. We'll get back to you on that as soon as we... er, actually... no, we won't.

Reported by Jonathan Davila


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