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Gambler's Paradise is one of the stages in Dead or Alive 4. It is designed to look like an American "resort city", with places for gambling and late night entertainment. It might have been based on the internationally renowned resort city, Las Vegas. According to one of the signs, the city may be called, or at least be known as, "Heaven and Hell City".

StoryEdit

The stage is not a major location for events, but it does appear in Leifang's and Bass Armstrong's stories; when Bass loses at the casino, he takes his anger out on the innocent publicly. Leifang, who happened to be around at the time, steps in and teaches Bass a few manners. The outcome of the fight is unknown.

DescriptionEdit

The fights take place on a stretch of road in the heart of the city at night, with a casino on one side, and the large "Hotel Paradise" on the other. The DOATEC headquarters can be seen in the distance down the road. Suggested by the ripples in the puddles on the road, there is a light rain shower.

Down the middle, separating the two sides of the road, there is a section of grass with palm trees. The sidewalk is blocked off by railings, but people can be seen walking, or even watching the fighting; if someone hits the sides, the people react and jump away. Cars, including a taxi and police cars, speed up and down the road, which can also be a hazard to the fighters, although, most of the time, they would try to avoid the fights if they can.

The buildings along the road are covered in bright, colorful neon and flashing lighting, with electronic billboards and signs, advertizing shows among over things. A few of the signs bare reference to the Xbox 360, or the Dead or Alive series. These signs include:

  • A scrolling black and yellow sign, saying "Congratulations on the Xbox 360 Launch". This sign can also act as a hazard, as being hit into it electrocutes the fighters.
  • A revolving "Dead or Alive" sign.
  • A neon sign with the initials "DOAX", for Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball.
  • A neon casino sign with a headshot of Tina Armstrong.
  • A screen advertizing Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball, featuring images of Ayane, Hitomi, and Lisa.
  • A screen advert for "The Opera Show" at the Hotel Paradise, starring Helena Douglas.
  • A billboard advertizing for the "Paradise Magic Show" at the Tropical Casino, starring Leifang.
  • A sign for a tag-team match, showing Hitomi and Leifang fighting Gen Fu.

Alternate optionsEdit

  • Dead or Alive 4: Press 360 Y Button to turn off the danger zone.

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Playable KasumiRyu HayabusaKokoroHitomiBrad WongEliotBass ArmstrongZackJann LeeLeifangTina ArmstrongLa Mariposa/LisaBaymanChristieAyaneHayate
Unlockable EinGen FuLeonHelena DouglasSPARTAN-458Tengu
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Gameplay modes StoryTime AttackSurvivalTeam BattleVersusSparringSettingsWatchAlbumMovie TheaterRankingUser ProfilesBattle ViewerDOA Online
Gameplay terms AttacksBoss BattlesCharacter SelectComboCounter BlowCritical HitDanger ZoneGame OverHoldsKnocked OutMatchReplaySide SteppingSpecial MovesStagesStancesTag ThrowsAttack ChangeThrowsTriangle System
Plot subjects Dead or Alive World Combat ChampionshipDOATECHyper Battle Grand PrixMugen Tenshin clanProject AlphaProject EpsilonRunaway shinobiShinobi
Martial arts Ba ji quanCommand SamboClose quarters combatJeet Kune DoKarateLucha libreMuay ThaiNinjutsuPi qua quanPro-wrestlingShe quanTai ji quanTengu-doXing yi quanXinyi liuhe quanZui ba xian quan
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Stages Biolab CoreCrash ClubDOATEC Great HallD.W.A. ColiseumExperimental PlaygroundGambler's ParadiseKyoto in Bloom (day time/night time)Nassau StationNinja HideoutSavannah SafariSeaside MarketTatamiTemple on the MountainTritower HeliportWaterfall Valley
Non-playable locations Great Opera
Music
Dead or Alive 4 Original Sound Trax
Character themes "Alpha-152" • "Drunk Wolf" • "Fang" • "Flowerbed" • "Hunter's Moon" • "I Feel For You" • "Jintsuriki" • "Mentor" • "Moonlit Lady" • "Purity" • "Russian Roulette" • "Serpent Dance" • "Shade" • "Solitary Desperation" • "Sorrow" • "Steel Horse Rider" • "Successor" • "Tribal Beats" • "Turn On The Lights" • "Vigaku" • "The Wind is Howling" • "Zany Zapper"
Ending themes "Amazing" • "Bad Trip" • "Brave Heart" • "The Broken Arrows" • "Dance Of The Angel" • "Dead Soldier" • "Estheticism" • "The Fastest Fingers" • "The Fist" • "My Grave" • "Nasty Girl" • "Now And Forever" • "The Raiders" • "The Real World" • "Round The Coaster" • "Touch Me" • "Unbroken Chains"
Crash Club themes "Achoism Remix" • "B-boy No "B" Remix" • "Blazed Up Melpomene Remix" • "Break The Age Remix" • "Grand Style Remix" • "Hitohira Remix" • "Jintsuriki Remix" • "The Shooted Remix" • "Tehu Tehu Remix" • "Turn On The Lights Remix" • "Ultimate Weapon Remix" • "Vigaku Remix" • "YES or YES Remix" • "You Are Under My Control Remix"
DOA Online tracks "Flower Garden Room" • "Gorgeous Room" • "Halloween Room" • "Ice Room" • "Jungle Room" • "Outer Space Room" • "Pastry Room" • "Room Above the Clouds" • "Room in My House" • "Underwater Room" • "Zack's Shop"
Other tracks "Blazed Up Melpomene" • "Circle" • "DOATEC" • "Eat the Rich" • "Evolution" • "Halo Theme MJOLNIR Mix" • "Holiday" • "Zero Hour"
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