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"Why must I fight? Is it my sole reason to live?"
—Phase 4 in Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate


Phase 4 is a clone of Kasumi created by MIST for the Kasumi Alpha Phase 4 project. She made her first playable appearance in a 2014 update of Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Arcade.

HistoryEdit

Phase 4 is a product of Victor Donovan's Project Alpha. She is a prototype of the final model, ordered to fight as a test before mass production.

In the prologue of the story mode at the ruined battlefield, Phase 4 attacked Bayman and his soldiers at blinding speed. However, she hesitated to kill them, then she starts tearing up and disappears, leaving Bayman alive with two vicious scars on his torso and face.

CharacterEdit

AppearanceEdit

See also: Phase 4's costumes

Physically she looks exactly like Kasumi but is draped in a black cloak. She always keeps her face hidden by her hood. Whenever using her powers she is surrounded by black and greenish aura.

Aside from her cloak, she also wears ninja jumpsuits, much like Kasumi Alpha wore before she became Alpha-152. But unlike Alpha, she wears fishnet shirts underneath, much like Ayane, instead of wearing the full black skin-tight shirts from older installments. Her other outfits make her look like Kasumi, but she wears darker, more moody colors than her, favoring black, green, and other less bright colors. Her clothes are quite simple and modest, and she currently doesn't have many overtly feminine outfits, preferring kunoichi jumpsuits and pants over skirts and dresses.

To avoid creating confusion, alternate colors or extra accessories are added or removed from Phase 4, so the player can tell the difference, since they look exactly alike. While Kasumi's default hairstyle is a ponytail tied up with a yellow ribbon, Phase 4 wears her hair loose by default. She can wear the ponytail or braid in combat, but she can't wear Kasumi's new blue ribbon ponytail.

In certain DLCs she is given new outfit exclusive hairstyles and colors; She has worn her loose hair white, black, and even blonde in her Senran Kagura, Gust, and Schoolgirl Strikers DLC, as well as reddish pink in her ponytail with a new bow in her Fairy Tail DLC. She also wears her hair in a covered Chinese chignon bun in her Mandarin DLC dress, and wears her loose hair in low front pigtails in her Falcom DLC.

PersonalityEdit

Despite almost killing people, including Bayman, unlike other Kasumi clones, Phase 4 has her own free mind and possesses feelings of her own as a human being, an explanation as to why she hesitates to kill people and wants to live as a normal person. If one looks closely, she acts like an earlier Kasumi; she doesn't wish to fight, is soft-spoken, and overall has a more sad personality. She doesn't smile very often, and her intros and winposes are quiet and short. Her killing Bayman's soldiers and scarring him while showing remorse afterwards is quite reminiscent to how Kasumi was forced to kill and fight ninjas of her own clan while on the run to survive.

While Phase 4 has her own free mind, she does not, unfortunately, have her own free will, as MIST went through extensive testing procedures to ensure that she does not go beyond her programming. Phase 4 knows this, and it adds to her inner turmoil.

She appears to carry herself with a more masculine tone than Kasumi, as she lacks the graceful, beautiful movements and teleports of the true Kasumi, instead opting for more aggressive type attacks such as rapid kicks. She also warns her opponent that she doesn't want to hurt them, but that she will, and upon winning, she harshly tells them to stay out of her way. She sometimes will question her reason for fighting, asking if it's her sole reason to live.

EtymologyEdit

Her name is a reference to being the final stage of Kasumi α Clone distribution. As a clone of Kasumi she's in an indeterminate state just like the original, not knowing if she'll ever be free, or will exist forever as Donovan's ultimate weapon.

RelationshipsEdit

BaymanEdit

She attacked Bayman and his soldiers, but not out of malice, only due to being ordered to do so. Even then, she spared him and warned him to stay away.

KasumiEdit

Although it isn't clear if they've met, Kasumi and Phase 4 do share a Tag Battle intro and outro, where they teleport in together, and upon beating the enemy, states in unison with Kasumi that their actions are Mugen Tenshin.

GameplayEdit

See also: Phase 4's command lists

Phase 4's gameplay is somewhat similar to Kasumi's, with her possessing many of the same moves, but with some alterations and a lot of reductions. However, this unusually serves to make her far less straightforward to use than the original Kasumi. She is heavily teleport dependent, meaning that she will often dart about the stage in a similar fashion to her progenitor, but Phase 4 has more moves to teleport cancel out of and more follow-up attacks from her teleports. Proper use of her unique moves allows her to juggle enemies for longer and construct longer and more damaging combos than the original Kasumi. However, her reduced number of combos relative to Kasumi makes for a weaker mix-up game, as well as making her much less of a pressure character, and she is thus reliant on her tricky teleport moves both to inflict damage and keep opponents on the defensive.

Her teleport moves take some getting used to; while she has several moves that can lead into a teleport attack, most of them require you teleport as soon as the first strike hits, and the opponent can't be blocking. The time-frame that the teleport can be done in is extremely strict. One mistake can ruin the entire combo, and while double-tapping the teleport button can help, it takes up time for the other attack commands. One suggestion is to use the audio cue of the first strike landing, but this can still take a lot of practice. As a result, she's one of the most difficult characters in the game to learn, definitely not suited for beginners, and while intermediates can pull off shorter combos and still get by, experts will most likely get the most out of her.

She can also use an air-throw, and can backflip, but her backflips can't lead into any wall-attacks like the real Kasumi. If a player has practiced with her, and overcome her disadvantages, she can prove to be quite difficult to defeat. Overall, she is a much riskier character than Kasumi, but potentially more powerful.

Dead or Alive 5 Last Round granted her the ability to teleport on block, but only with her Shunpu-Rensen kick. She also received a brand new "reset" throw from Kasumi (Senpu), which is a somewhat weak throw attack that leaves the opponent standing up but places you at an advantage.

StatsEdit

The following are Phase 4's official stats as listed in the games.

Game Strike Throw Hold Power Speed Moves
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
5/5 2/5 3/5 1/5 5/5 5/5

AppearancesEdit

Dead or Alive seriesEdit

Fighting quotesEdit

Music themesEdit

The following are the music themes used for Phase 4 throughout the series.

Theme Game appearances
"Collapse" Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Arcade
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (default theme)
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (default theme)

GalleryEdit

Concept art
Promotional renders
Promotional images

DLC imagesEdit

Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round

TriviaEdit

  • Phase 4 is the third playable Kasumi clone, following Kasumi α (later Alpha-152) and False Kasumi.
  • Her voice actresses are the same as Kasumi's, but the voice-overs are modified into a slightly lower pitch. She also uses old voice clips from Dead or Alive 2 Ultimate, as well as Kasumi's KO scream from Dimensions for the Japanese voice-over.
  • Some of Phase 4's alternate costumes were previously owned by Kasumi α. This seems fitting since she is also a clone of Kasumi.
  • If one looks closely, Phase 4 is noted to have longer, thicker eyelashes than Kasumi does, possibly as a way to further differentiate the two.
  • Originally in her debut, she did not have any tag interactions and did not speak when called in which could've been intentional. She also had the same tag out win pose as Kasumi, bar her leg being somewhat adjusted and she would briefly pause and remain still before resuming her idle win stance. In Last Round, she now speaks when tagged in using lower pitched voice clips from Kasumi, and she now uses her own win pose when the player wins but she is not the one who was actively tagged in. She also now shares tag throws with Kasumi and Alpha-152.
  • Phase 4 is the only non-guest female fighter besides Alpha-152 to not get her own PlayStation theme. Consequentially, because she doesn't appear in the voting page, she is currently the only character to not be given the chance to appear at all in Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, due to being Kasumi's clone.
  • Phase 4's Power Blow is sometimes compared to Chun-Li from Street Fighter's famous kicks, Hyakuretsukyaku.

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Martial arts Ba ji quan (hakkyoku-ken) - Combat Sambo - Jeet Kune Do - Karate - Lucha libre - Mixed martial arts - Muay Thai - Ninjutsu - Pi gua quan - Professional wrestling - Snake fist - T'ai chi quan - Taekwondo - Xing yi quan - Xinyi liuhe quan - Ensei ken (yan qing quan) - Zui quan
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DLC stage Zack Island
Non-playable locations Freedom Survivor - Johnny's Diner - Taylor's Bar
Music
Dead or Alive 5 Soundtrack - Vol.2
Stage themes "Accelerator" - "Alpha-152" - "Beginning to the End" - "Can't Stop This Feeling" - "Cascade" - "Dimensions Training" - "Fire Alarm" - "Gotta Move On" - "Graceful Sounds" - "Happy Funny Crazy" - "I Feel For You" - "Into the Abyss" - "Liberation" - "Light the Fuse" - "Like a Dragon" - "Knock You Down" - "Mist Knows" - "Niug-Nep Place" - "Oblivion" - "Polluted Air" - "Primitive Rhythm" - "Rapids" - "Scream" - "The Secret of Kung-Fu" - "Skyscraper" - "Tedious Days" - "Tiger's Family" - "Tradition"
Story Mode tracks "B-boy No "B" Remix" - "Cheerful Buddhist Priest" - "Collapse" - "Desperate Situation" - "False Fate" - "I'm a Fighter" - "Knifepoint" - "let's get it" - "Mentor" - "Monster" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Omen" - "Purity" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "The Storied Journey of the Boy and the Drunk" - "Successor" - "Superstar" - "Tribal Beats" - "Trip" - "The Way is Known ~DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Main Theme~" - "Vigaku" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Zany Zapper"
Other tracks "An Invisible Shadow" - "Dimensions Training" - "Link" - "Repetition" - "Showdown" - "Urges" - "Wired"
Character themes (5+ only) "Alpha-152" - "Drunk Wolf" - "Fang" - "Flowerbed" - "Hunter's Moon" - "I Feel For You" - "Machinations" - "Mentor" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Purity" - "The Roar of the Crowd" - "Russian Roulette" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "Solitary Desperation" - "Steel Horse Rider" - "Successor" - "Tribal Beats" - "Turn On The Lights" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Zany Zapper"
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Guest characters Akira Yuki - Jacky Bryant - Sarah Bryant - Pai Chan
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Gameplay modes Story - Versus - Arcade - Time Attack - Survival - Team Battle - Training - Online - Spectator - Album - Movies - Fight Record - Titles - Help & Options - Music
Gameplay terms Attacks - Boss Battles - Character Select - Cliffhanger - Combo - Counter Blow - Critical Hit - Danger Zone - Game Over - Holds - Knocked Out - Match - Move Data - Power Blow - Power Launcher - Side Stepping - Special Moves - Stages - Stances - Tag Throws - Triangle System
Plot subjects DOATEC - Dead or Alive World Combat Championship - DIG - Freedom Survivor - MIST - Mugen Tenshin clan - Project Alpha - Project Epsilon - Runaway shinobi - Shinobi
Martial arts Aikijutsu - Ba ji quan (hakkyoku-ken) - Close quarters combat - Combat Sambo - Counter Fiend Combat - Jeet Kune Do - Karate - Lucha libre - Mixed martial arts - Muay Thai - Ninjutsu - Pi gua quan - Professional wrestling - Snake fist - Systema - T'ai chi quan - Taekwondo - Tengu-do - Xing yi quan - Xinyi liuhe quan - Ensei ken (yan qing quan) - Zui quan
Other terms Credits - Cutscenes - Endings - Glasses - System Voice - Tournament Winners - Virtua Fighter
Locations
Stages Aircraft Carrier - Dead or Alive/Arrival - Depth - Desert Wasteland - Dojo - The Ends of the Earth - Fighting Entertainment - Flow/Primal - Forest - Fuel - Home - Hot Zone - Lab - Lorelei/Haunted Lorelei - Lost World - Sanctuary - Scramble - The Show/The Tiger Show/Coming Soon - Sky City Tokyo - Street - Sweat - Temple of the Dragon/Sakura - Zack Island
Non-playable locations Freedom Survivor - Johnny's Diner - Taylor's Bar
Music
Dead or Alive 5 Soundtrack Vol.3
Character themes Default "Alpha-152" - "Bloody Nocturne" - "Collapse" - "Drunk Wolf" - "El Diablo ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Fang" - "Flowerbed" - "Fuga ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Hunter's Moon" - "I Feel For You" - "Machinations" - "Mentor" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Oiran Drive" - "Purity" - "The Roar of the Crowd" - "Russian Roulette" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "Solitary Desperation" - "Sorrow" - "Steel Horse Rider" - "Successor" - "Tribal Beats" - "Turn On The Lights" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Vigaku" - "Zany Zapper"
Optional (console versions only) Dead or Alive 2 "B-boy no "B"" - "Blazed up Melpomene" - "Break the age" - "Grand Style" - "Hitohira" - "Natural High" - "The Shooted" - "Tehu Tehu" - "Ultimate Weapon" - "YES or YES" - "You Are Under My Control"
Dead or Alive 3 "Blood Tie" - "Cracker" - "Eternity" - "Four Thousand" - "I don't believe it!" - "It's to Show" - "Knifepoint" - "Look Ahead" - "Mayflower" - "Monster" - "Power Shovel" - "Prismatic Butterfly" - "Red Moon" - "Reincarnate" - "Trip" - "True Beauty"
Stage themes "Accelerator" - "Alpha-152" - "Beginning to the End" - "Blood Tie ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Can't Stop This Feeling" - "Cascade" - "The City Never Sleeps" - "Desert Storm" - "Dimensions Training" - "Fallen Leaves" - "Fire Alarm" - "Gaia" - "Ghouls' Ball" - "Gotta Move On" - "Graceful Sounds" - "Happy Funny Crazy" - "I Feel For You" - "Imps' Ball" - "Into the Abyss" - "Liberation" - "Light the Fuse" - "Like a Dragon" - "Knock You Down" - "Mist Knows" - "Niug-Nep Place" - "Oblivion" - "Polluted Air" - "Primitive Rhythm" - "Rapids" - "Scream" - "The Secret of Kung-Fu" - "Skyscraper" - "Tedious Days" - "Tempestuous Sign" - "Tiger's Family" - "Tradition"
Story Mode tracks "B-boy No "B" Remix" - "Cheerful Buddhist Priest" - "Collapse" - "Desperate Situation" - "False Fate" - "I'm a Fighter" - "Knifepoint" - "let's get it" - "Mentor" - "Monster" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Omen" - "Purity" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "The Storied Journey of the Boy and the Drunk" - "Successor" - "Superstar" - "Tribal Beats" - "Trip" - "The Way is Known ~DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Main Theme~" - "Vigaku" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Zany Zapper"
Other tracks "A Wind" - "Act Of Universe" - "An Invisible Shadow" - "Circle" - "Conditioning" - "D.O.A." - "Deep Impact" - "Dimensions Training" - "Evolution" - "Excelsior" - "Ignition" - "Link" - "Repetition" - "Showdown" - "Transcendence" - "ULTIMATE" - "Urges" - "Wired" - "X-ray" - "Zero Hour"
Archives
Achievements - Command lists - Costumes - Downloadable content - Fighting quotes - Merchandise - Promotional artwork and wallpapers - Survival Mode items - Tag throws
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Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Arcade
Characters
Playable Kasumi - Ayane - Hayate - Ryu Hayabusa - Helena Douglas - Christie - La Mariposa/Lisa Hamilton - Hitomi - Bayman - Kokoro - Jann Lee - Leifang - Tina Armstrong - Bass Armstrong/Mr. Strong - Zack - Eliot - Gen Fu - Brad Wong - Rig - Mila - Alpha-152 - Ein - Leon - Momiji - Rachel - Marie Rose - Phase 4 - Nyotengu - Honoka - Raidou
Story Mode characters False Kasumi
Guest characters Akira Yuki - Jacky Bryant - Sarah Bryant - Pai Chan - Naotora Ii - Mai Shiranui (latter two only in Arcade/PS4/XONE/PC)
Non-playable characters Miyako - Muramasa - Victor Donovan
Terms
Gameplay modes Story - Versus - Arcade - Time Attack - Survival - Team Battle - Training - Online - Spectator - Album - Movies - Fight Record - Titles - Help & Options - Music
Gameplay terms Attacks - Boss Battles - Character Select - Cliffhanger - Combo - Counter Blow - Critical Hit - Danger Zone - Game Over - Holds - Knocked Out - Match - Move Data - Power Blow - Power Launcher - Side Stepping - Special Moves - Stages - Stances - Tag Throws - Triangle System
Plot subjects DOATEC - Dead or Alive World Combat Championship - DIG - Freedom Survivor - MIST - Mugen Tenshin clan - Project Alpha - Project Epsilon - Runaway shinobi - Shinobi
Martial arts Aikijutsu - Ba ji quan (hakkyoku-ken) - Close quarters combat - Combat Sambo - Counter Fiend Combat - Honoka Fu - Ii Style Leg Strikes - Jeet Kune Do - Karate - Lucha libre - Mixed martial arts - Muay Thai - Ninjutsu - Pi gua quan - Professional wrestling - Snake fist - Systema - T'ai chi quan - Taekwondo - Tengu-do - Xing yi quan - Xinyi liuhe quan - Ensei ken (yan qing quan) - Zui quan
Other terms Credits - Cutscenes - Endings - Glasses - System Voice - Tournament Winners - Virtua Fighter - Warriors series
Locations
Stages Aircraft Carrier - Crimson (PS4/XONE) - Danger Zone (PS4/XONE) - Dead or Alive/Arrival - Depth - Desert Wasteland - Dojo - The Ends of the Earth - Fighting Entertainment - Flow/Primal - Forest - Fuel - Home - Hot Zone - Lab - Lorelei/Haunted Lorelei - Lost World - Sanctuary - Scramble - The Show/The Tiger Show/Coming Soon - Sky City Tokyo - Street - Sweat - Temple of the Dragon/Sakura - Zack Island
DLC stages (PS4/XONE) Attack on Titan - Azuchi - Fireworks
Non-playable locations Freedom Survivor - Johnny's Diner - Taylor's Bar
Music
Dead or Alive 5 Soundtrack Vol.4
Character themes Default "Alpha-152" - "Bloody Nocturne" - "Collapse" - "Dead or Alive Reboot" - "Drunk Wolf" - "El Diablo ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Fang" - "Flowerbed" - "Fuga ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Hunter's Moon" - "I Feel For You" - "Machinations" - "Mentor" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Oiran Drive" - "Our Little Secret" - "Purity" - "Roaming Blossom" - "The Roar of the Crowd" - "Russian Roulette" - "Sacred Flower" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "Solitary Desperation" - "Sorrow" - "Steel Horse Rider" - "Successor" - "Tribal Beats" - "Turn On The Lights" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Vigaku" - "Zany Zapper"
Optional Dead or Alive "AYA" - "Blade of "RYU"" - "Code Name "BAYMAN"" - "Concentration" - "DEAD OR ALIVE" - "Densetsu no Hiken" - "Fastbreak" - "The Fist of TAIKYOKU Blows Up" - "Ganna Make You Gasp" - "Heated Heartbeat" - "Ketsui no Toki" - "Kokou no Kenshi" - "Megadeath" - "No Money" - "Power is Beauty ~more beautiful mix~" - "Superstar"
Dead or Alive 2 "B-boy no "B"" - "Blazed up Melpomene" - "Break the age" - "Grand Style" - "Hitohira" - "Natural High" - "The Shooted" - "Tehu Tehu" - "Ultimate Weapon" - "YES or YES" - "You Are Under My Control"
Dead or Alive 3 "Blood Tie" - "Cracker" - "Eternity" - "Four Thousand" - "I don't believe it!" - "It's to Show" - "Knifepoint" - "Look Ahead" - "Mayflower" - "Monster" - "Power Shovel" - "Prismatic Butterfly" - "Red Moon" - "Reincarnate" - "Trip" - "True Beauty"
Miscellaneous "Dead or Alive Redux" - "Hitohira -DW SW MIX-" - "Ryu's Determination -DW SW MIX-" - "Tehu Tehu -DW SW MIX-"
Stage themes "Accelerator" - "Against the mega disastrous blow -Last Round mix-" - "Alpha-152" - "Beginning to the End" - "Blood Tie ~DOA5 Ultimate mix~" - "Can't Stop This Feeling" - "Cascade" - "The City Never Sleeps" - "Desert Storm" - "Dimensions Training" - "Fallen Leaves" - "Fire Alarm" - "Gaia" - "Ghouls' Ball" - "Gotta Move On" - "Graceful Sounds" - "Happy Funny Crazy" - "I Feel For You" - "Imps' Ball" - "Into the Abyss" - "Liberation" - "Light the Fuse" - "Like a Dragon" - "Look Ahead" - "Knock You Down" - "Mist Knows" - "Natural High" - "Niug-Nep Place" - "Oblivion" - "Polluted Air" - "Primitive Rhythm" - "Rapids" - "Reincarnate" - "Scream" - "The Secret of Kung-Fu" - "Skyscraper" - "Tedious Days" - "Tempestuous Sign" - "Tiger's Family" - "Tradition" - "Trip" - "Tropical Beat"
Story Mode tracks "B-boy No "B" Remix" - "Cheerful Buddhist Priest" - "Collapse" - "Desperate Situation" - "False Fate" - "I'm a Fighter" - "Knifepoint" - "let's get it" - "Mentor" - "Monster" - "Moonlit Lady" - "Omen" - "Purity" - "Serpent Dance" - "Shade" - "The Storied Journey of the Boy and the Drunk" - "Successor" - "Superstar" - "Tribal Beats" - "Trip" - "The Way is Known ~DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Main Theme~" - "Vigaku" - "The Wind is Howling" - "Zany Zapper"
Other tracks "A Wind" - "Act Of Universe" - "An Invisible Shadow" - "Circle" - "Conditioning" - "D.O.A." - "Deep Impact" - "Dimensions Training" - "Evolution" - "Excelsior" - "Ignition" - "Link" - "Physical System" - "Repetition" - "Result" - "Showdown (DOA1)" - "Showdown" - "The New Century" - "Transcendence" - "ULTIMATE" - "Urges" - "Wired" - "X-ray" - "Zero Hour"
Archives
Achievements - Command lists - Costumes - Downloadable content - Fighting quotes - Merchandise - Promotional artwork and wallpapers - Survival Mode items - Tag throws

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