Nyotengu is presented in a new trailer for ‘Dead or Alive Xtreme 3’

Koei Tecmo US brings back a trailer of the long-awaited Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, a title that will arrive in Japan next March 24th for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. It was also previously announced that this installment will have an English version for Asia later this year.

This new trailer is part of a series of promotional videos of the game, in which Koei Tecmo intends to introduce us to each of the inhabitants of this wonderful island, just as Momiji, Helena and Hitomi were presented in previous opportunities. This time it is Nyotengu’s turn, who loses his wings in this new trailer to show us the paradisiacal activities that will be available to players.

If you want to get to know Nyotengu more closely, you can do so at the trailer below:


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