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May 26, 2016 05:29 AM EDT

'Dead or Alive 5: Last Round' DLC News & Updates: New Costume Pack DLC Based Off Gust Games [VIDEO]

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Koei Tecmo has teamed up with Japanese game developer Gust to develop a new DLC costume pack for the ladies of "Dead or Alive 5: Last Round." The new outfits are inspired from Gust's previous gaming titles including the "Atelier" series, "Nights of Azure and more. As if the fighting ladies of "Dead or Alive" aren't already eye-catching on their own, the outfits add a more alluring charm to them.

New "Dead or Alive 5: Last Round" Costume DLC Available For PS4 and Xbox One

If you enjoy looking the "Dead or Alive" girls fight in their default costume, you'll certainly enjoy them more in the new Gust-inspired costumes. Triply so, if you're a fan of Gust and their RPG games. The new DLC consists of 16 Gush mashup costumes that players can buy for $31.99, Kotaku reported.

The "Dead or Alive 5: Last Round" DLC costume pack can now be bought and used for the PS4, Xbox One Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, Niche Gamer shared.

The "Dead or Alive" Warriors in the New Gust Costume DLC


In the new Gust costume pack DLC, the iconic female ninja Kasumi looks charming as Ion from "Ciel noSurge," Siliconera shared. Ayane will have Plachta's costume from one of Gust's famous series titled, "Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book." Phase 4 will be getting the sultry costume of Arnice from the unforgettable RPG "Nights of Azure." Interestingly, it also has a Demon Form that can be activated.

Honoka gets cute as Rorona from "Atelier Rorona." Nyotengu is in Judith's outfit from the "Atelier Judie: The Alchemist of Gramnad" game. Lastly, Marie Rose gets Totori's outfit from "Atelier Totori." Other girls in "Dead or Alive 5: Last Round" and their Gust costumes can be seen in the video presentation by Koei Tecmo.

Do you think it is worth shelling out $32 for a "Dead Alive 5: Last Round" DLC costume pack? Let us know what you think below.

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