How strong is Alpha 152?

How strong is Alpha 152?

Alpha is also well known for having the most powerful throw (post ver. 1.03) in the game at 100 points on normal damage. Her offensive holds are also incredibly powerful and have unique animations that can confuse opponents. She also has the fastest offensive hold in the game.

Who created Alpha-152?

Alpha-152 is the second clone of Kasumi created by DOATEC who was aiming to create the perfect fighter (Kasumi Alpha is the first clone). Alpha-152 seems to be made up of pure energy and was born with untainted hate of the world. Alpha-152 first appeared in DOA4 as an unplayable character.

Who is Kasumi in Dead or Alive Ultimate?

Kasumi Alpha is a boss character in Dead or Alive 2 and also appears in Dead or Alive Ultimate. She is defeated by Kasumi and the project undergoes another phase known as Project Alpha-2. Most of Kasumi’s chapters in the story mode of Dead or Alive 5 are actually following her other, unknowing clone.

Why is Kasumi’s hair shorter in Dead or Alive 5?

Interestingly, in Dead or Alive 5 Kasumi’s loose hair is thinner and shorter than when worn in her ponytail since realistically her hair down would be about bottom length. Her braid also is shorter but possibly as a throwback to her Dead or Alive original appearance, and her side ponytail is also shorter possibly to prevent clipping.

How did Kasumi save Ayane in Dead or Alive?

While Hayate stops the Phase 4 clones and saves Honoka, Kasumi saves Ayane from a brainwash caused by a new young MIST scientist NiCO. As Ayane still have few energy left to join Kasumi and Hayate against the resurrected Raidou, together they finally destroy him leaving no traces behind.

Who was the winner of the first Dead or Alive tournament?

She was the winner of the first Dead or Alive Tournament. Originally second-in-line for the title of clan master within the Mugen Tenshin, Kasumi became nukenin, after she ran away from home in order to avenge her older brother, Hayate.

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