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DOAX2 video up on Live

Not for the first time.

Microsoft's swung a Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 trailer onto Marketplace.

Slipping gracefully into a relatively petite 121.89MB package, it showcases the game's volleyball, jet-skis, photo mode, tug of war and other daft little games.

It also pays no small amount of attention to the game's real stars - the ridiculously bouncy breasts of its feminine protagonists.

It's all a bit daft and not remotely sinister of course - but it's not half as daft and sinister as our claiming it's a new trailer, since it isn't.

Unless you spent the whole of May elsewhere (I dunno - maybe your employers actually let you sleep during E3 week), you've already had the option to download this one as part of Microsoft's many Marketplace offerings, since removed.

Well, this one's back, obviously. So if you're wondering what renowned drunkard Tomonobu Itagaki and his team are doing with DOAX2, now you can find out.

And if you're wondering why we're calling Itagaki a renowned drunkard, check out yesterday's news, where he reveals that around half of the stages in Dead or Alive 4 were thought up while the team was on the piss.

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