62w ago - Today the Red Power Team have made available a demo video below of what appears to be the first legitimate PS3 4.21 CFW running Dead or Alive 5 (DOA5) for Custom Firmware users!
To quote, roughly translated from Chinese (with a better translation by wy103 and zoonin now available): Just deliberately pulled Ida driving to the the RED POWER city where, met with their people and then get it back one is said to brush a 4.21 CFW hosts not open test, ready to begin testing next evaluation please wait...
Updated: Sent to test the host HDMI interface is bad, then do without TV box, component cable, as well as support for AV input of the display device, in looking for a solution
Updated again: Buy a component cable encountered heavy rain, all wet.
Finally back, with component cable screen flash orz
Finally, the conference room projector the AV interface can be used, meow, white rain, anger! Then tested under DOA5, test results - RED POWER 4.21 CFW ...! ! !
175w ago - Here is one from the rumormill, blackxino (linked above) has shared a leaked image of what is purported to be the first hint that Dead or Alive 5 is coming to Sony's PS3 entertainment system.
Pictured below, the alleged DOA5 main game menu image contains an 'X' and 'O' button indicating that it is playable on the PlayStation 3 console.
However, Dead or Alive 4 was exclusive to Microsoft's Xbox 360 so needless to say until Tecmo and Team Ninja confirm this it is purely speculation at the present time.
To quote: "Look at Image! PS3 controller buttons. I just obtained this leaked image, that is all. :P Don't ask me how I got it, let's just say through the hard work on this idea site.
Too bad I'm not a journalist so therefore I can't contact Tecmo Koei about this. If you are a journalist, do me (us readers) a favor and get in touch with PR of TK-A/TKE about this image.
The main thing is if Tecmo Koei sees the hit about this, they would consider announcing DOA 5 at Tokyo Game Show 2010 because people seem to be interested in DOA 5 even after it's long absence for 4 years."