I find it to be somewhat funny that I (Robin Ek, TGG) was informed about Kotaku´s whine about video game boobs (the post was written by Mike Fahey) and the release of DOAHDM 4.01 and Beach Paradise 3.0 on the very same day. Especially since I love DOA, females and lewd content. You see, just recently Mike Fahey (the same guy who wrote a rather strange post about Jade Raymond back in 2007) made it sound like he experienced one hell of a trauma due to video game boobs (I can´t say that I´ve ever read a post of that kind about DOA before):
“The day I bought my original Xbox, I stopped at a local diner on the way home for a celebratory burger. As I ate, I cracked open the two games I purchased with the system — Halo (of course) and Dead or Alive 3 — to thumb through the manuals. The waitress serving me saw the DOA box, gave me a thumbs up and said, “She kicks high.” It was the only time I’d ever felt embarrassed to have purchased a video game, and I bought the collector’s edition of Record of Agarest War, complete with sexy pillow case and boob-bearing mouse pad.” – Mike Fahey, Kotaku
I mean, in all seriousness. Let´s be honest here, because no matter which gender, race or sexual orientation you have, everyone loves eye candy and sex. Simply put, it´s no secret to any sane person, and it´s been like that since the dawn of time. In other words, it´s perfectly normal to enjoy sexy females (real as fictional ones). So I don´t get why sites like Kotaku are very anti boobs (and lewd content in general). Hell, I still remember that one time when I found my dads Playboy collection as a teen. Long story short, let´s just say that I found the door to heaven that day, and yet (unlike “some” other people) I have not grown up to be a stalker or a creep (it´s one thing to have fantasies, and to stalk or creep people the hell out in real life). Any ways, enough of that matter, because Kotaku is Kotaku. So let´s get back on the matter of DOAHDM 4.01 and Beach Paradise 3.0 instead shall we?
So, as I was saying. Some of you might remember my post about the PC nudity mods for Dead or Alive 5: Last Round? (I posted that one back in 2015). Well, guess what? The “DOA5 “nudity mods (and DOAX3 mods for that matter) have come a long way since 2015, and DOAHDM 4.01 and Beach Paradise 3.0 is the living proof of that:
“DOAHDM 4.0 aims to provide the most high quality and realistic looking fully nude bodies for every female character in DOA5, with additional features like tanning options (and more with time). Proportions are modeled after DOAX3, which generally increases the bust sizes of most female characters included, with my own discretion applied to other female characters based on listed bust size measurements.” – Team DOAHDM
– High quality nude models for every female character as of 11/16/2016
– 6 tan variants for every character, including no tan, full body tan, sukumizu (one piece) tan, and 3 different bikini tans
Paradise 2.81 to 3.0 changes:
– Shower, Gym and Bedroom stages added
– 13 new motions added
– Trimmed extra costumes in last swimsuit slot (sorry, nobody used them and they bloated the game)
– Fixed some costume hotkey bugs
– Fixed Nvidia shadow issue with Lisa Flush face and Mila nude body (thanks Funtcase)
In other words, DOAHDM 4.01 and Beach Paradise 3.0 allows you to *cough* enjoy *cough* your favourite DOA5 and DOAX3 lady (s) as you please (you can watch some very lewd pictures from the mods via DOAHDM´s homepage). So, what do you need in-order to do so? Well, not all that much really. Because all you need is a PC copy of DOA5 (version 1.09), DOAHDM 4.01, Beach Paradise 3.0 and a PC that´s powerful enough to run DOA5. Then you´re all good to go, so to speak. However, it might be worth pointing out for our female readers that I am yet to see a DOA5 male nudity mod of this kind. Nevertheless, I´ll be sure to write about it as soon as possible! (I bet that SwimsuitSuccubus would love a mod of that kind).
And with that said, what´s your take on the DOA5 and DOAX3 nudity mods? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below!
Robin “V-Act” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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