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Dead or Alive, also known as Arrival, is a stage that appears in Dead or Alive 5.
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Description[edit | edit source]
Dead or Alive[edit | edit source]
It is lined with electrical ropes which act as a normal danger zone. Large spotlights shine on the surface. The brawlers' names and bio can be seen on two screens on either side of the main screen, which displays the actual fight.
This acts as the stage that holds the actual tournament in the story. The massive crowd cheers as the fighting goes on.
Arrival[edit | edit source]
It is virtually identical to the Dead or Alive stage, with the only differences being the time of day and the overall background. The size of the stage is fairly large, and there are no danger zones, making it useful for competitive matches.
The overall background appears to be an oil rig during a misty day. The area is walled, but the ample space makes it easy to avoid the railing.
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Non-Dead or Alive appearances[edit | edit source]
Dead or Alive appears in Koei's hack-'n-slash game Musou Orochi 2 Ultimate. It is available as Kasumi's collaboration stage and in the game's Duel Mode. In this mode, players combat each other in an arena in teams of 3 vs. 3, like a fighting game.