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Glasses are a customization option introduced in Dead or Alive 5.
Dead or Alive 5 games
Glasses are available for most of the female characters (except Mai Shiranui, Pai Chan, and Sarah Bryant), as well as Eliot, Ein, and Leon. They can be worn by holding or during the character select screen, or with the costume options menu in Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Arcade and Dead or Alive 5 Last Round.
Dead or Alive 6
In Dead or Alive 6, glasses can be purchased in DOA Central and all characters including guest characters can wear them, even those belonging to other characters. Some characters possess multiple types, some available in game or from DLC costumes that include them. Kula and Mai do not have their own unique glasses, however. Headset accessories from the "sci-fi" pack will count as glasses as well. Nyotengu is able to wear both her original tengu mask or her special one as her glasses accessory, but no other character than her is able to equip them. Glasses will remain on unless the character is hit with a break blow, which will cause the glasses to fly off, sometimes lying briefly on the ground under certain conditions.
Eye patches are used for a couple of characters in the Pirate DLC pack, but they don't function as glasses, instead they're tied to the hairstyle they're included with for that character.
|Jann Lee's Sunglasses||2000|
|Bass's Favorite Sunglasses||2000|
|La Mariposa's Glasses||1000|
|La Mariposa's Chic Sunglasses||2000|
|Brad Wong's Glasses||1000|
|Marie Rose's Glasses||1000|
Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation
Glasses are a type of accessory that are qualified as an R or SR class (or in the case of Tsukushi, SSR). They have varying stats depending on the specific type category they fall under. They fall under the Face category for accessories.