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(Some aroused guy)   The Xbox 360's three cores' six-thread processing offers truly next-gen effects. And the costume design of the new "Dead or Alive Xtreme 2" aims to show off the "jiggle effect" nicely. (Borderline NSFW in a CGI-kinda way)   ( costumeget.blogspot.com) divider line
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2006-10-02 11:27:52 AM  
Well, if that's not a good marketing strategy to get me to buy a 360, I don't know what is.
 
Ant [TotalFark]
2006-10-02 11:57:02 AM  
They're no more fake than the overly Photoshopped and completely plasticized models in Playboy or FHM.
 
2006-10-02 03:00:58 PM  
Those pics are only exciting if you get turned on by night elves...
 
2006-10-02 03:06:38 PM  
kids with sticky controlers great.So when does the "Dead or Alive Xtreme XXX" come out now that would truely be XTREME?
 
2006-10-02 03:06:52 PM  
"Anime babes make me think the wrong thing"

/obscure?
 
2006-10-02 03:09:10 PM  
Fark Me with a Chainsaw

If I hear that song when I'm riding with my parents, it's hardly obscure.
 
2006-10-02 03:09:34 PM  
So much for me getting DOA2, my wife would never like that.
 
2006-10-02 03:14:20 PM  
Well I can pretty much guarantee this will not be one of the features I'll bring up when trying to convince the gf to get me the 360 for Chanukah.
 
2006-10-02 03:16:01 PM  
If they can fix the terrible controls, you might also be able to enjoy the beach volleyball aspect instead of screaming everytime the stupid biatch tries to spike the ball instead of setting it or spontaneously running into the net and falling down.

/had DOA Extreme 1
//Good marketing concept but a terrible game
 
2006-10-02 03:16:19 PM  
It's just a volleyball game for lonely basement dwellers, Thisbymaster, don't think you'll be missing much.

/Agrees with Ant, however.
 
2006-10-02 03:17:27 PM  
Wow three cores' six-thread processing, and 6.72 gigasmtz of VDRAM on Thorvalson Module! Plus an inverted 16.248 meg Autobot Matirx with over 19 gigs of Zener Cards!

Wow!

Bizarrohulk not confused!
 
2006-10-02 03:39:12 PM  
BizarroHulk

That cheered me up
 
2006-10-02 03:47:11 PM  
giggity
 
2006-10-02 03:48:05 PM  
Fark Me with a Chainsaw

A BNL song that reached #1 in the top 40 billboards is hardly obscure :)

Your name is more obscure than that song! It's so very..
 
2006-10-02 04:13:06 PM  
ahhh. jiggle physics.
 
2006-10-02 04:29:37 PM  
I'm tempted to get a 360 just for the upcoming game Assassin's Creed.
 
2006-10-02 04:31:49 PM  
 
2006-10-02 04:31:50 PM  
I really hope the Wii crushes all, so game designers will actually focus on gameplay and plot.

/I know, Im hoping for too much
 
2006-10-02 04:46:53 PM  
The best review for the first game was in EGM, I believe. It simply read:

"A game so easy, you can play it one handed"
 
EJ
2006-10-02 05:12:25 PM  
Great quote UltraFark
 
2006-10-02 05:43:44 PM  
DOA2 came out in 1999. I imagine you must be thinking of DOA Xtreme 2.

/anal because there is a difference
 
2006-10-02 06:07:00 PM  
I played the first one to death. After I started playing the game with both hands, it basically became a collection quest. Kinda like WoW, but in Xtreme the less you have on, the more powerful you are.
 
EJ
2006-10-02 07:27:56 PM  
Thread is useless without pics?
 
2006-10-03 12:03:57 AM  
I wish there was a way to make good stories jiggle.
 
2006-10-04 09:26:38 AM  
Thisbymaster: So much for me getting DOA2, my wife would never like that.

wha-pish. (That's the whipped noise.)
 
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