Dead or Alive is all about the visuals, amirite, which makes it doubly disappointing to learn that the franchise’s first 3D entry will drop to a sorry 30 frames per second when played with full stereoscopic effects. Aww.
When stereoscopic 3D is disabled, Dead or Alive: Dimensions will shoulder the series’s usual 60fps, but only manage half that with all the handheld’s bells and whistles applied.
Dimensions is due in Japan on March 24; see the game’s five-minute trailer here.
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