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- "I'll play with you. Until you break!"
- —Christie in Dead or Alive 6
Christie is a professional assassin and she quan martial artist, who made her first appearance in the 2001 title Dead or Alive 3. She is a secondary antagonist and the femme fatale of the series and is one of the only female villains so far, along with Kasumi α, who later became Alpha-152.
A cold-blooded woman with a sadistic streak, Christie was hired by Victor Donovan to kill Helena Douglas, and she was responsible for the death of Helena’s mother, Maria. Ever since that incident, she continues to stalk Helena throughout the series.
- 1 History
- 2 Endings
- 3 Character
- 4 Relationship
- 5 Gameplay
- 6 Appearances
- 7 Fighting quotes
- 8 Music themes
- 9 Gallery
- 10 Trivia
- 11 External links
- 12 References
- 13 Navigation boxes
Very little about Christie's past has come to light, except that she was born and raised in England, and had taken up a high-profiling career as a professional assassin.
Christie was hired by Victor Donovan, a powerful figure in the Dead or Alive Tournament Executive Committee, to work as a double agent for him: while her official status was working as an employee for DOATEC, in reality she would act as Donovan's bodyguard and work with him to get rid of Fame Douglas, the head of DOATEC, and his daughter Helena so Donovan may take over the company.
Around the time of the first Dead or Alive World Combat Championship, Christie was working with Bayman, another assassin hired by Donovan, and both of them were tasked with transporting Kasumi to the Freedom Survivor so she may enter the tournament. To get the young girl interested in joining, Christie told Kasumi that Raidou, her traitorous uncle who had seriously injured her brother Hayate, was going to be there, so the girl could avenge her brother.
It seemed that Christie was fully aware of Donovan's plans for kidnapping Kasumi for Project Alpha from the start, as she knew that Kasumi was one of the top competitors for the tournament and that she was looking for Raidou to begin with.
During the final of the tournament, after Kasumi had defeated and killed Raidou in battle, she was kidnapped and taken back to Donovan's headquarters by Christie. Bayman, who had just killed Fame Douglas under Donovan's orders, tried to contact Christie as she was leaving, but she ignored his message and flew home without him, possibly under orders from Donovan.
Shortly before the events of the second tournament, Christie was ordered by Donovan to assassinate Helena; following her father's death, Helena inherited DOATEC, making her the only person standing in the way of Donovan's take-over of the company.
For her first attempt, Christie tried to take out Helena with a sniper rifle from a balcony, while her target was starring in an opera performance with her mother, Maria. Although on target, Christie's mission failed, because Maria spotted her just in time and took the bullet, killing her instead. Christie got away and Helena started on the revengeful path of finding her mother's murderer. As the killer's identity was unknown, Christie managed to stay close to Helena posing as the woman's personal assistant.
After the second tournament, Christie tried to convince Donovan to get rid of Helena permanently, as she was seeking out information about Project Alpha, but they had to lay low due to the mistakes made last time; the CIA were still looking for Maria's shooter, and Donovan's team still had to find Hayate, who they were using for Project Epsilon. In order to lure Hayate in, Christie suggested they created a third tournament, and use Genra, a former shinobi of the Mugen Tenshin clan, as bait to get all the shinobi in.
For the third tournament, Christie's mission was to stop Helena from winning, and in the process prevent her from discovering more about Donovan's secret plans and his anti-Douglas faction.
Christie later confronted Helena during the course of the tournament, where she revealed her real occupation as an assassin sent by Donovan. However, before she could do anything, the assassin was soon caught by Bayman, who had been hired by Helena and was in the process of seeking revenge on Donovan for trying to have him killed.
They were discovered by Kasumi α, a clone of Kasumi created by Project Alpha, who then believed that Christie wanted Donovan dead, despite the assassin's assurances that she worked for him. Christie then commanded Alpha to defeat Helena, but the clone was defeated as well, and both the clone and Christie managed to escape.
Sometime later, Christie kidnapped CIA agent Irene Lew to lure Ryu Hayabusa away from his friends Hayate and Ayane. Although she was defeated, she bought enough time for Genra to create a portal to the Hellfire, and attack the shinobi. Although Christie fulfilled her part of the plan, Genra failed and was killed in combat.
For the fourth tournament, Christie was once again in Donovan’s employment acting as his bodyguard as the Mugen Tenshin clan attacked DOATEC for all the abuse they had faced due to the company.
During the attack, she intercepted Ayane and Hayabusa, both of whom were seeking to regroup with Hayate during the assault on the Tri-Tower. She was defeated, and both shinobi managed to get away from her. Christie also encountered Bayman once again, telling him take she would "give him Donovan" but he would never get out alive. She defeated him in combat, allowing DOATEC to take him into their custody.
As the Tritower headquarters started to burn down, Christie eventually found Helena within the building. Despite the bad blood between them, Helena was willing to allow Christie to walk away without a fight as DOATEC fell, but Christie stayed, and finally admitted that it was her who killed Maria. She took great pleasure as Helena almost broke down before her, and two women entered battle with unknown results (although Christie most likely lost the fight). Christie managed to escape the destruction of the Tritowers, and went on to continue her work as an assassin away from DOATEC.
Donovan employs Christie again, and she now serves him with his new organization: MIST. She visits a DOATEC rig and confronts Rig, giving hints that she knows about his past. At the bar, she encounters Eliot, whom she met during the last tournament. Christie tells him that he has grown up, but that remark makes him nervous. When he asks for milk, she slams a whole gallon, telling him that he needs it for strength. They fight afterwards and Christie is defeated. Later on, Christie spots Helena and Bass and tells the former that she is on a search for a real man. Then they fight and Helena defeats Christie.
When Donovan learns that the ninja plan on infiltrating the rig, he orders Christie to increase the security. There, she is confronted by Bayman, who had his suspicions of the place. They battle, and Christie is defeated by him. When the ninja launch their attack, Christie confronts Kasumi, who has infiltrated the lab to find her brother. The assassin tries to stop her from going any further, but is unsuccessful when the ninja defeats her. It is unknown what exactly happens to Christie afterwards, but she presumably escapes the rig before it is destroyed.
- See also: Christie's costumes
Christie is the tallest woman out of the Dead or Alive fighters, standing at 5' 9½" (177 cm). She bears steely-gray eyes and her hair is a shocking shade of white.
In her original design, she had a pinkish complexion with darker-colored lips, a shorter face, round eyes, a short and spiky hair style. For her re-vamped design in Dead or Alive 5, she has been given some slight changes. Her face has been made to look longer and more mature, she has a paler skin tone, and her hair is a little longer and not as spiky. Her body is also more feminine. She has received additional hairstyles as well: As of Last Round, she is able to wear her hair in a combed to side/gelled to the side style, or she can wear a bobcut with blunt bangs as well as short wispy sidelocks that frame her face. For her Aquaplus DLC costume, she also wears her hair long for the first time in the series, and her Arc Systems DLC also has her wear long hair albeit with different styling in the front.
Compared to the other women's outfits in the series, Christie has some of the most "revealing," with a lot being tight and having plunging cleavage lines; her default outfit in Dead or Alive 4 doesn't even have an undershirt and her breasts are only covered by an open leather jacket. Her most recognizable outfit includes a white catsuit with a slightly open zipper and black boots. However, she has also worn very modest outfits, including a winter coat with leggings, and a black business suit. Dead or Alive 5 has given her more femme fatale style costumes, including a tight cocktail dress with heels and a knife held by a garter to her leg, and a loosely buttoned white business suit with steel toe red heels and an optional yellow safety hat. Her other outfits tend to follow this style, with her outfits ranging from conservative and teasing to even overtly revealing with an often cool edge to them.
As a professional assassin, Christie is cold, taciturn, objective and callous towards others. She is shown talking harshly to others, making fun of them, and taking enjoyment from the suffering of someone else; she laughed with malicious delight when Helena entered a highly shocked and distraught state after learning it was Christie who killed her mother all along.
Possibly as a result of her profession, she regards other people to be disposable and meaningless, and doesn't appear to have any true friends or even family she has relationships with. She takes her job seriously, with a calm, quiet demeanor, and is completely ruthless when engaged in a mission, employing any means at her disposal to attain her mission objectives; including using her looks, charm, and sex appeal to lure in her victims. Her weapons of choice, along with her she quan moves, have been the type that bring a painful, slow death to her targets, such as a needle to the spinal cord, and a razor-thin wire to slit someone's neck, hinting towards her inhumane, merciless nature. She also implies that she viewed her profession as her livelihood as when learning of NiCO's experiment of raising the dead, she quipped that she'd most likely be out of a job should it succeed.
She has demonstrated, at times, to enjoy her job with sociopathic glee, not because of the financial rewards, but for the killings themselves. It's possible she feels a sense of empowerment from her assassinations. On occasion, however, Christie teases or flirts with a person instead of killing them, and she seems quite aware of her attractiveness, as seen in Dead or Alive 5 story mode, when Eliot is seen nervously talking to her at a bar. She also flirted with Bass in a later cutscene, saying she was looking for a "real man". Whether she meant this flirtatiously or jokingly is unknown.
Nonetheless, despite her cold, sadistic nature, she has at times gotten along with people in more peaceful terms, as evidenced by her interactions with several of the other girls both times at Zack's Island, with Leifang in particular having a bit of an affinity to her. In addition, she once tried to get NiCO to get out more and be more personable outside her job, even going as far as to invite her out to lunch, and was willing to aid her in her experiment despite knowing its success would most likely result in her losing her job as an assassin.
The name Christie is a diminutive of Christina, a Latin feminine form of Christin, which means "a Christian, a follower of Christ". This is quite ironic, as the meaning completely contrasts with Christie as she, a sadist assassin, goes against the Christian ideals of mercy, kindness and valuing the gift of life.
Helena and Christie are enemies. However, this does not mean she can't work with her. In fact it's shown that Christie is one of Helena's tag partner both having unique and quite damaging tag throws.
Christie was hired by Donovan on a couple of occasions to keep an eye on and attempt to kill Helena, Christie was also the one responsible for the death of Maria, Helena’s mother. Keeping this fact a secret from the other woman, Christie acted as a servant to Helena during the course of the third tournament, during which they had a stable, professional relationship. However, soon after Christie revealed herself as an assassin sent to kill Helena, resulting in the disintegration of the pair’s positive relations.
During the fourth tournament, she has observed Helena more. Christie has seemed to have developed a morbid fascination with her target, that even she finds difficult to understand. She nonetheless plans to carry out her orders. Christie revealed her responsibility for Maria’s death to her, making Helena hate her even more after Christie openly laughed in Helena's face about murdering her mother with a gunshot wound to the chest.
In Dead or Alive 5, Helena has a high enough level of repulsion for Christie that even so much as casual conversation will rapidly degenerate into full blown fist fighting. Helena watches and avoids Christie when possible since she is Donovan's "Pet Assassin." Despite Helena's hostility, Christie appears to have no real tension on her part, instead continuing to have a strange fascination with her in Dead or Alive 6 that seems to be for her own twisted amusement of engaging in fights with her.
Bayman and Christie are both assassins, once both working for Victor Donovan. To begin with, they seemed to be able to maintain a professional relationship between them. Nevertheless, after Donovan tried to get rid of Bayman, things became bad between them.
Bayman does not care for Christie, seeing her as a lesser assassin and even describing her as "one of Donovan's lap dogs," which she did not seem to take to heart. The rest of their relationship is based around their own relationships with Donovan; as Christie still works for Donovan, Bayman sees the woman as an enemy. It is hinted that the both of them may express slight enmity to each other. Despite this, she gave him permission to "babysit" Marie Rose after being defeated by him. Her dialogue when fighting further shows her lack of respect for him, telling him to leave his humanity behind as an assassin, as well as also mocking his age when she does successfully defeat him.
Donovan is a constant employer of Christie’s skills, and over time she seemed to become his right-hand woman, as she helped him plot some of his plans against the Mugen Tenshin clan, and at times she acted as his bodyguard. During the events of Dead or Alive 3, Christie was hired by Donovan on a couple of occasions to keep an eye on and attempt to kill Helena.
However, it is heavily hinted that Christie does not really care for Donovan; when she confronted Bayman during the fourth tournament, she told the other assassin that he could have Donovan, showing that she doesn't really care if the man dies or not. Similarly, in Dimensions, she was also present with Bayman and Helena planning to take out Donovan, which resulted in Kasumi alpha turning against her.
In Dead or Alive 5 she is still employed by Donovan, but she seems to view him as nothing more than an annoyance, as towards the end of the story, he gives her orders, and after he ends his call from her, she angrily kicks a lab chair and calls him a "pompous ass", showing her disdain for following his orders, as well as his self-important and arrogant attitude.
Although it is unclear right now, Rig may have known Christie previously. She remarks on how much he has grown, hinting that she may have known him when he was younger. Christie approaches Rig while he is busy at work and he forcefully shooed her away, citing the danger of the work environment. However, Rig doesn't seem to have any memory of meeting her before and, when Rig points this out, Christie neither confirms nor denies ever meeting him. They appeared later on to have a work-related relationship, both working under Donovan's orders. As seen in the final moments of Dead or Alive 5, they both fight against Kasumi in order to prevent her from destroying Alpha-152.
In Dead or Alive 6, it is revealed that Christie effectively acts as Rig's handler, and that she acts as the trigger for Rig's darker personality to come out.
At first, it appeared that Alpha was on good terms with Christie, as they were both working for Donovan, but when the clone found out that the assassin was not fully on Donovan's side, she began to show signs of mistrust towards Christie. However, it's not clear what Christie thinks about Alpha. Regardless, Alpha still accepted her order to take out Helena without a second thought.
Eliot finds Christie generally attractive. In Dead or Alive 4, he expresses regret that he would have to fight a "beautiful lady." She laughs menacingly, but she says to him "I like you kid..." In Dead or Alive 5, he becomes embarrassed when she compliments him. He asks her if she is participating in the tournament, presumably in an attempt to impress her. Christie teases Eliot and often makes remarks on him being young and inexperienced, but in Dead or Alive 5 she has acknowledged that he has "grown." In Dead or Alive 6, her views of him haven't changed as she asks him if it's "time for his nap" when matched against him and referring to him as a boy teasingly. It's unknown whether Eliot is aware of her occupation as an assassin and ties to MIST.
She and Christie are co-workers at MIST, however, their relationship is not particularly friendly. NiCO gives Christie some information about her work, explaining that Raidou's revival is the prototype stage for a new experiment in reviving people. However, she was also somewhat cold to her, refusing initially to divulge what her personal motives for conducting this experiment were, and only doing so after fighting with Christie. Nevertheless, the two do have something of a working relationship. She and Christie are involved in manipulating Rig with mind control and Christie is implied to have at times invited her out to lunch in an attempt to get her to be more open, although NiCO was largely disinterested in socialization. Despite this, however, she did freely admit to Christie that she felt their employer Donovan was creepy.
Christie had been responsible for Honoka's abduction. Christie initially planned on avoiding harming Honoka as per the project, although after Honoka broke free of her bonds and attempted to fight her, she was forced to go all out against her opponent, even remarking that she was "a bother" when carrying her to Raidou's revival chamber. Honoka on her part was fearful of Christie because of her role in her abduction and even tried to ask her what was going on although she nonetheless worked up the courage to attempt to fight Christie to leave the place.
Christie, knowing full well Marie Rose's friendship to Honoka, was responsible for sending a text indicating Honoka's location in order to draw Ayane out. She later met Marie Rose face to face, and even attempted to kill her, although Bayman's interference forced her to retreat. She apparently didn't really care what happened to Marie afterward, as she told Bayman before leaving that she'll leave the "babysitting" to him. Marie Rose during this time also was angered with her, since Christie had been responsible for Honoka's abduction in the first place, although it is unknown if she was aware of Christie formerly being Helena's servant as well.
Dead or Alive
- See also: Christie's command lists
Christie is a refined speed and strike character which gives the player the opportunity to always hit the opponent first, making her difficult to counter. Her "pokes" are excellent at inflicting "stun" or stagger status on an enemy and her low to mid game is good. Despite being one of the fastest characters in the game, Christie's strikes do not lack in power, making her only real weakness her throws and holds, which lack power and priority. However, her almost non-existent recovery rate and pressure attacks (such as the Ren-Soja-Dako) make up for this.
In Dead or Alive 5, Christie benefits greatly from the game's critical system and is able to easily construct long and damaging juggle combos of well over a dozen hits. Her pressure game is also improved as she has the option to now charge certain strikes so she can gain advantage against blocking foes, or she can go for an on hit strike attack if the charge was successful. Her Jakeiho stance was also toned down and refactored so it acts more like a sidestep transition from designated moves, allowing her to feint cancels as well as avoiding high and linear attacks before using one of the several moves she has access to from the stance, such as a sweeping low and a hard hitting high kick that leaves her at advantage. However, she suffers from a lack of good holds and throws compared to other fighters, but her evasion and pressure more then compensate for this. Her low attacks also tend to be mediocre, as she has very few that give her advantage on hit besides if done from a counter hit, meaning she can't rely on them to help her safely open foes. For anyone looking for a fast striker who can not only deal good damage but also evade foes easily and apply pressure to defensive players, Christie is one of the best choices for more aggressive play.
In Dead or Alive 6 Christie is mostly the same as before, although her advantage has been shaved down somewhat and her Jakeiho stance was toned down further to make using it more a risk than before, and possibly her best throw that left her opponent back-turned while leaving her at an advantage was removed. She was given further improvements though such as being able to perform a swift forward leap, or her grounded low raise kick after her quick backflip attack, creating more combo potential, and she was given a new forward throw. She is also given a new back-turned string ender that can not only refloat foes in juggles but is also safe and gives her a reliable way to remain on the offensive after being blocked while facing away.
The following are Christie's official stats as listed in the games.
|Dead or Alive 5 (5+)||5/5||1/5||1/5||3/5||5/5||5/5|
|Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
Dead or Alive Xtreme
While it's a little tricky to befriend Christie, it is manageable if you give her gifts she likes. However, it is hard to get her to become friends with Helena, and vice versa, no matter how many gifts the player tries to give between them. This is particularly evident in Dead or Alive Xtreme 2. Despite the bad feelings with Helena (possibly Kasumi also), Christie herself can recruit the other girls just fine after giving out of few gifts. Leifang is possibly the friendliest towards her (baring one musical note) while the other girls are more neutral.
In beach volleyball, Christie is similar to Helena, however she's more powerful, and lacks the technique Helena has. She has enough strength to knock people down with her spikes, and has enough speed to reach far-off shots. Despite her lack of technique, Christie is a well-balanced character like Helena, and Lisa, so she can make a good team with either of them.
The following are Christie's official stats as listed in the manuals for both Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball and Xtreme 2.
|Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball||3/5||3/5||4/5||n/a||n/a|
|Dead or Alive Xtreme 2||3/5||2/5||3/5||3/5||4/5|
Dead or Alive series
- Dead or Alive 3 (playable, 2001-02)
- Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball (playable, 2003)
- Dead or Alive 4 (playable, 2005-06)
- Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 (playable, 2006)
- Dead or Alive Paradise (playable, 2010)
- Dead or Alive Dimensions (playable, 2011)
- Dead or Alive 5 (5+) (playable, 2012-13)
- Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (playable, 2013)
- Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Arcade (playable, 2013)
- Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (playable, 2015)
- Dead or Alive 6 (playable, 2019)
DOA: Dead or Alive
In the 2006 film DOA: Dead or Alive - loosely based on the video game series - Christie is played by Australian actress and model Holly Valance. In the film, Christie is portrayed as a more approachable and nicer person than her game-self; she socializes with the other female characters, and seems to form friendships with them, which she would not do in the original series. She also possesses platinum blonde hair and the family name "Allen". (However, this could be an alias.)
In the film, Christie is known as a master thief, (and an assassin, according to her "profile" image,) working with Max, who is her partner-in-crime and on-off boyfriend. She is willing to spend time with the other girls, even when she does not have to; as seen when she follows them to look for Hayabusa, even though she does not need to, nor does it fit in with her job of robbing Donovan.
- Dead or Alive 3
- Dead or Alive 4
- Dead or Alive Dimensions
- Dead or Alive 5
- Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate
- Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
- Dead or Alive 6
The following are the music themes used for Christie throughout the series.
|"Monster"||Dead or Alive 3|
Dead or Alive Dimensions
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (optional theme)
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (optional theme)
|"Serpent Dance"||Dead or Alive 4|
Dead or Alive 5+
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (default theme)
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Arcade
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (default theme)
|"Blazed Up Melpomene Remix"||Dead or Alive 4 (Crash Club)|
- See: Christie gallery
- Christie was ranked #42 in UGO Networks's "Top 50 Videogame Hotties" list in 2010, and #4 in GameTrailer's "Top Ten Gamer Babes" list in 2007. She was also featured in IGN's "Videogame Babe of the Day" series in 2006.
- In Christie's story mode in Dead or Alive 4, the fight between her and Ayane or Hayabusa is randomized, since she serves as sub bosses for both Ayane and Hayabusa in their own story modes.
- It seems to appear that Christie has a liking for snakes as some of her costumes have pictures of snakes. Some of her swimsuits from the Xtreme sub-series have the design of snake skins. This could remind of Christie's merciless nature and her fighting style.
- Christie came 2nd in the Top 7 video game shower scenes held by GameRadar.
- Although it is implied Christie is a prolific killer, she has only been explicitly shown killing two people: Maria, Helena's mother, as shown in Helena's flashback ending in Dead or Alive 4, and also the man who got killed by Christie's large needle.
- Christie, along with Rig and Donovan, are the only villains in the series who have not been final bosses.
- In Dead or Alive Xtreme 2, it is revealed that Christie is afraid of insects. This is shown when the player makes Christie interact with a golden scarab.
- Christie's endings are considered to be the most provocative of all the characters as in her Dead Or Alive 3 ending she can been seen naked whilst taking a shower and in her Dead Or Alive 4 ending she is seen performing a pole dance whilst wearing her fourth costume from the same game along with brief glimpses of her caressing her leather-clad breasts as well as a close-up of her leather-clad perineum.
- Coincidentally, both of Christie's actions in her character endings were later incorporated as gameplay mechanics in at least one of the Dead or Alive Xtreme games (the former, Showering, was utilized in the Xtreme games as one of the gravures for the girls, and more specifically became a gameplay mechanic for getting new outfits in Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation, while the latter, pole dancing, infamously became an unlockable minigame starting with Dead or Alive Xtreme 2).
- Christie owns a panther in Dead or Alive 3.
- Christie was cut from Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 due to lack of votes, and had the second lowest amount of votes next to Lisa Hamilton. Despite this, however, data text from within the game implies she may be included in Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation in the future due to it noting a girl in the list as "Cri". This was ultimately changed sometime later, with Kanna taking that spot instead.
- In addition, three of her swimwear from Xtreme 2/Paradise, the Aquamarine, Diamond, and Sapphire, appear as part of the Salmon Roe DLC set.
- Not counting the non-humans Nyotengu or Kanna, she is the oldest playable female character in the franchise.
- When playing Time Attack Mode on Legend difficulty in Dead or Alive 5, Christie will always appear as the final opponent on stage 8, even if she has already been fought at a previous stage.
- During Christie's ending cutscene for Dead or Alive 4, Rachel (from the Ninja Gaiden series and later a guest character in Dead or Alive 5) can be scene in a red dress, hair tied up and wearing red lipstick sitting next to the man Christie assassinates. Itagaki, Dead or Alive 4's Director stated after much fan speculation that it was indeed a cameo that started out as a joke but once finishing the scene they decided to keep Rachel in the scene.
- In Dead or Alive 6, Christie's second new costume was originally an unused costume concept for NiCO as seen in artwork for the game's development.
- If one looks closely at her long hair used in Dead or Alive 5 and Dead or Alive 6, one can see it's actually Kokoro's loose hairstyle model. The only differences are that it's now Christie's natural color, the tresses of hair worn in the bead are not on Christie, and the sidelock on the other side and her fringe is different as well too.
- In a Famitsu poll for who people would want to have included in Xtreme Venus Vacation in the leadup to the game's fourth anniversary, Christie tied in fourth place alongside Lisa.
|Playable||Kasumi • Hitomi • Helena Douglas • Leifang • Christie • Lisa • Tina Armstrong • Ayane|
|Non-playable characters||Niki • Zack|
|Games||Beach Volleyball • Blackjack • Poker • Pool Hopping • Roulette • Slot Machines|
|Other terms||Gift Giving • Swimsuits • Zack Dollars|
Accessory Shop • Bass Island • Casino • Hotel • Jungle • Niki Beach • Poolside • Private Beach • Radio Station • Sports Shop • Zack of All Trades
|"Brazilian Sugar" • "Bitchism" • "Come On Over (All I Want Is You)" • "Do It" • "Fe Real" • "Give Me A Reason" • "How Crazy Are You?" • "If It Don't Fit" • "Is This Love" • "I Want Your Girlfriend To Be My Girlfriend" • "Jesse Hold On" • "Me Gusta" • "Move It Like This" • "Lovin' You" • "Pegaito" • "Sweet And Deadly" • "The Kids Don't Like It" • "This Is It" • "Turn It Up"|
|Costumes • Item Collection Datasheet • Merchandise • Promotional Artwork and Wallpapers • Swimsuit Merchandise|
|Acupuncture • Central Intelligence Agency • Dead or Alive World Combat Championship • DOATEC • Donovan's Glasses|
ID Bracelet • Katana • Nanobots • Needle • Ninja • Nunchaku • Runaway Shinobi • Shuriken • Volleyball
|Ishikari Mountains • South China Sea • Hong Kong • DOA Island • Buddha • Waterwheel • Bamboo Forest • Forbidden Square • Gray Steps • Lab Complex • DOA Compound • Tina's Yacht • Ninja Clan|
|DOA: Dead or Alive Original Soundtrack|
|Playable||Kasumi • Tina Armstrong • Hitomi • Helena Douglas • Leifang • Christie • Lisa • Kokoro • Ayane|
|Non-playable characters||Niki • Zack|
|Games||Beach Flags • Beach Volleyball • Blackjack • Butt Battle • Poker • Pool Hopping • Slot Machines|
|Other terms||Bijin Tokei • Gift Giving • Girls Guide • Pole Dancing • Precious Memories • Private Paradise • Swimsuits • Venus Clips • Zack Dollars|
|New Zack Island|
Accessory Shop • Bass Island • Brilliant Jungle • Hotel • Niki Beach • Poolside • Radio Station • Sports Shop • Tranquil Beach • Zack of All Trades
|Dead or Alive Paradise Kossori Namaroku Voice & Soundtrack CD|
"Paradise!!" • "Sensational Fantasy" • "Beach Bomb" • "Coconut Groove" • "Nitro Funk" • "Violet Eyed Beauty" • "Rewind!" • "Curiosity" • "Boogie Circuit"
|Costumes • Item Collection Datasheet • Promotional Artwork and Wallpapers|