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Dead Or Alive



Control victory view:
Press Up, Down, Left, or Right during the winning post to change the camera angle. 
Press R1 or L1 to zoom in and out. 

Fight as Raidou:
Unlock all costumes for all characters. Select costume 14 (for female characters) 
or 5 (for male characters) and complete the game under the normal difficulty 
level and default settings. 

Fight as Ayane:
Complete the game using the Raidou under the normal difficulty level and default 
settings. 

Replay end of round:
Hold Square + Circle and press Triangle after a round ends, but before the 
victory pose begins. Continue to hold Square + Circle and press Triangle to 
replay the end of round. 

"Extra Config" options:
The following options under the "Extra Config" menu will appear after completing 
the indicated requirements. 

Fighting Order
Complete the game using any character; or accumulate three hours of game time. 

Safety Zone Size
Complete time attack mode under the normal difficulty level in under five 
minutes; or accumulate six hours of game time. 

Danger Damage
Complete the game using all ten characters with the default settings; or defeat 
all ten characters in survival mode; or accumulate nine hours of game time. 

Danger Bounce
Complete Kumite mode with at least an 80% victory record; or accumulate twelve 
hours of game time. 

System Voice
For the "Wakana" sub-option, successfully complete the game using any character. 
For the "Sakura" sub-option, play Kasumi over one hundred times; or accumulate 
fifteen hours of game time. 

Extra Voices
Complete "Training Mode" by executing all moves after enabling the "Command 
List" option. 

CG Gallery
Unlock each of Ayane's costumes. 

"Character Voice" option:
Complete "Training Mode" by executing all moves after enabling the "Command 
List" option. 

Additional costumes:
Set all options to the default settings and complete tournament mode. One 
additional costume will be unlocked each time the game is completed. 

Use the following trick to unlock costumes easily. Play the game at the default 
settings but with the character change at continue and set only one round for
each stage. Play the game with the character you can use best. Intentionally 
lose the final match against Raidou and then continue. Choose the character you 
want to unlock the costume for, then play and win the final match. You will get 
the costume of that character. For example, if you can play as Kasumi well and 
want to unlock the costumes for Lei-Fang, use Kasumi until the final match. 
Lose against Raidou, then continue and choose Lei-Fang. Defeat Raidou and you 
will unlock the costume for Lei-Fang, and not Kasumi. It is easier going 
through a single match with an unfamiliar character instead of ten.

Get costumes for a character without using him:
To get costumes for a character normally, you have to finish the game with that 
character under the default settings. However, if you cannot use that character 
this may be boring and frustrating. Go to the options menu, turn on the 
character change at continue, and put the match to win to one to speed this 
procedure. Do not change any other setting. Complete the game with your favorite 
character until the final match against Raidou. Lose on intentionally and choose 
the character you want to unlock the costume. Then, win the match against Raidou. 
It is easier completing a match instead of the whole game. For example, if you 
can play Kasumi well but you want to unlock the costumes for Lei-Fang, use 
Kasumi until the final match and then lose intentionally against Raidou. At the 
character change, chose Lei-Fang and then win the final match. You will always 
unlock the costumes for the character that beat Raidou at the end.

Hidden graphics:
Insert the game disc into a PC compatible CD-ROM drive and look in the "Omake" 
directory to find several pictures in .BMP format. 

Hidden audio:
Play tracks 2 and higher in a standard audio CD player to hear music and samples 
from the game. 


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