Tecmo has announced plans to release Dead or Alive 4 some time next year, and despite DOA3 appearing exclusively on Microsoft's Xbox, the developer still hasn't decided on a platform according to company president Junji Nakamura. "It's too early to say which game console the game will be for," he told Bloomberg. "We are an independent game software developer, and we are not committed to one particular game-console maker." Tecmo has experience in developing games for many platforms, and the Dead or Alive series itself has appeared on Dreamcast, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. Related Feature - Dead or Alive 3 review (Xbox)
Source - Bloomberg
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