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Game Description: Come back to New Zack Island, and participate in flirtations, intrigue, mini-games and bathing suit modeling sessions with nine playable characters -- all hot.
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  • Dead Or Alive Paradise Announced

    Attention pervs, rain-coaters, creeps and volleyball super-fans: Tecmo today announced the existence of Dead or Alive: Paradise, a handheld sexy-time bathing-suit simulator that promises the ability to control nine barely clad ladies and "mingle, flirt, play, take snapshots and challenge them in mini-games." It comes out in spring...

    Posted January 22, 2010

    Dead Or Alive Paradise Announced
  • X-List: Top 5 Most Embarrassing Games

    Posted: March 30, 2011

    37,669 Views | 01:35

  • The Golden Mullet Awards 2010 - Dead or Alive Paradise

    Posted: January 11, 2011

    12,546 Views | 02:44

  • Dead or Alive Paradise First 15

    Posted: April 15, 2010

    12,944 Views | 16:29

  • Dead or Alive Paradise Review

    Posted: April 6, 2010

    15,414 Views | 02:32

  • Dead or Alive Paradise Lei Fang Trailer

    Posted: March 5, 2010

    1,886 Views | 01:36

 


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