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FROM THE ORIGINAL UPLOADER (ALL CREDIT GOES TO THEM) Here is an upload I just finished for the Japanese version of Dead or Alive Ultimate for the original Xbox.

This game has 2 discs which contains DOA 1 and DOA 2.

The Japanese version of Dead or Alive Ultimate is not available on the net and its supposed to be the best version of the game.
I imported this game from Japan and ripped it from my original Xbox disc.

If you have the Xbox component cables then this game will display in 720p HD, Widescreen and look fantastic.

For me this is the best Dead or Alive Game out there. This will play on any region Xbox as long as its modded.

Languages: Japanese / English

To play on an original modded Xbox unpack with 7zip and ftp to your Xbox HDD or use qwix 101 to make an Xbox ISO and then burn to disc.

To play on a jtag/rgh Xbox 360 just unpack with 7zip and ftp to your Xbox HDD, you will need the hacked xbox1 emu files installed to play this. This will play on any region jtag/rgh 360.

Please download all 3 7zip files for DOA 2 Ultimate and use 7zip to unpack them,

Download LINK for Dead or Alive 1 Ultimate:


Dead or Alive Ultimate is a compilation fighting game developed by Team Ninja and released by Tecmo for the Xbox in 2004. It is a collection of the two previous games in the series Dead or Alive and Dead or Alive 2. It marks the only game to be a compilation game.

The compilation contains the Sega Saturn version of Dead or Alive and an enhanced remake of DOA2 which utilized the Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball graphics engine and offered DOA3 game mechanics, new game content, online multiplayer capabilities and the inclusion of Hitomi as a playable character. The game requires Xbox Live in order to play online, and includes 12 different game modes, 15 different characters from the Dead or Alive series, as well as bonus content for Dead or Alive 3.

Being a compilation of the first two games that introduces new features, online play, and various unlockables, the story of Dead or Alive Ultimate plays out as it did in the original. However, a new CG opening was included, further explaining the relationship and history of Ayane, Kasumi and Hayate (only available once users inserts the DOA2 disc).

Dead or Alive Ultimate is a compilation game that includes a remade version of Dead or Alive 2, with re-developed graphics and new stages for the Xbox gaming system. It also includes the original Sega Saturn version of the first Dead or Alive, with smoothed graphics, but lacks the additional content received in the later-released North America PlayStation version (no Bass or Ayane characters or extra costumes). Both editions include online play.

Dead or Alive Ultimate 1 is essentially identical to its original Sega Saturn version, and is generally considered more of a collector's disc than for its content.

Dead or Alive Ultimate 2, being a remake created after the debut of DOA3, takes elements and mechanics from both its original iteration and successor. The action of 3D-axis movement is as free-formatted as DOA3, and Hitomi is now a playable character albeit outside story mode. Other elements have been kept intact from DOA2. These include higher damaging counters than in DOA3, environmental hazards not warranting a knockout on a character, and a counter mechanism that is much harder to execute. Despite being able to freely move on a 3D axis in the Ultimate version of DOA2 however, most moves cannot be sidestepped as in other 3D fighters, as well as in DOA3. Another major change is in the revamped holding system in DOA2. The final major set of changes instituted in Ultimate is the inclusion of slopes, which are a type of environmental hazard where those knocked down them roll down the slope, taking damage as they fall.

In Japan, Dead or Alive Ultimate was released with a crystal-clear blue version of the Xbox system that included a controller of the same color, a copy of Dead or Alive Ultimate, and some bonus Kasumi-themed extras.[2] In the United States, two trading cards with character pictures on them were randomly included in each game as part of a collector's edition.

The game disc of the U.S. release also contains the Booster Pack for Dead or Alive 3, which adds numerous character costumes and a new opening cinematic for the game. This disc also included a G4-produced segment from their Icons series detailing the history of the Dead or Alive series, along with interviews featuring various people from the video game industry, including series creator Tomonobu Itagaki.

ZX81v2 Edit
NEW FILES - NEW LINKS ! Should be error free!
Thanks ZG

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3 Part download, Total size 2.35 GB

(7 Comments) Latest comment was 4 months ago
HisDivineShadow View Profile
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4 months ago
I'd say thanks too but the problem is that I can't get the game to boot. The three part download extracts perfectly using 7Zip. But after that whatever you do it won't play.

I've re-downloaded it just to make sure that it wasn't just some random corruption issue. I've FTPed them directly and also, as suggested, created ISOs from the download using both Qwix and C Xbox Tools, burned them to DVD-R and even tried installing them from the discs with DVD2Xbox so they should be patched correctly if that was even necessary.. No luck.

When you launch the game it just reboots to the main dash.

It is not a Xbox v1.6 issue either the same thing happens on a v1.1.

I maybe barking up the wrong tree but I think there may be a missing file. The DOA1 Ultimate version I have has an almost identical file/folder structure and content except it includes a second XBE: Doa1.xbe. That appears to be the DOA1 launcher.

With this DOA2 Ultimate download there's no similar file. Whatever the cause it would be helpful if somebody else could check out this download and report back on the result in the thread I've started here:-

http://www.theisozone.com/forum/viewtop ... 35&t=70567
ZX81v2 View Profile
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4 months ago
New Links - Should now be err0r free
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4 months ago
Thanks - downloading now.

Pretty sure the problem with the original download was a missing DOA2 folder and Doa2.xbe.
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4 months ago
Thank you. will download.
HisDivineShadow View Profile
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4 months ago
Just confirming, as I did in that thread ^^^, that the game now works perfectly.

DOA2 always was a very good looking game but this is, arguably, one of the best you'll see on the Xbox, I can't test it at 720p but even at 'just' 480p it vies with some games I've played on the XB360 in terms of picture quality.

Thanks again.
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4 months ago
Just want to add that it is different, if only subtly, from the US-NTSC version. The fighting arenas in Story Mode vary and in particular with the boss fight against the Tengu the start background is changed.

It may just be me imagining it but I do think it looks more detailed (improved textures?) and possibly even be running faster too. Not sure how you'd prove that but a good excuse to download this to compare the two versions.
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