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The following are the costumes available to Raidou in all versions of the first Dead or Alive from 1997 to 1998.

Sega Saturn versionEdit

Unlike the other playable characters, Raidou only has two costumes and are only available when the player unlocks Raidou.

Image Description
DOA1 Raidou C1 Sat Costume 1 - Torn-up, beige dōgi with a skull on the collar, a teal sash, and bandages wrapped around his forearms.

(Originally his final boss costume from the arcade version of Dead or Alive.)

DOA1 Raidou C2 Sat Costume 2 - Torn-up, brown dōgi with a skull on the collar, a yellow sash, and bandages wrapped around his forearms.

PlayStation versionsEdit

In the Japanese and North American versions, Raidou just has one new costume which is a color swap of the previous costumes.

In the PAL version however, Raidou gains two more new shinobi costumes.

Image Description Japan and North America PAL
DOA++ Raidou C1 Red pants with suspenders, tabi-style boots, a glove and arm-guard on his left arm, a wristband on his right wrist, and protective gear over his left thigh. n/a Costume 1 - Default
DOA++ Raidou C2 Purple pants with suspenders, tabi-style boots, a glove and arm-guard on his left arm, a wristband on his right wrist, and protective gear over his left thigh. n/a Costume 2 - Default
DOA1 Raidou C1 Torn-up, beige dōgi with a skull on the collar, a teal sash, and bandages wrapped around his forearms.

(Originally his final boss costume from the arcade version of Dead or Alive.)

Costume 1 - Default Costume 3 - Complete Tournament Mode
DOA1 Raidou C2 Torn-up, brown dōgi with a skull on the collar, a yellow sash, and bandages wrapped around his forearms. Costume 2 - Default Costume 4 - Complete Tournament Mode after unlocking costume 3
DOA1 Raidou C3 Torn-up, black dōgi with a skull on the collar, a red sash, and bandages wrapped around his forearms. Costume 3 - Complete Tournament Mode Costume 5 - Complete Tournament Mode after unlocking costume 4

Dead or Alive++Edit

In Dead or Alive++, all of the characters have four different costumes which are available from the start.

For Raidou, all of his costumes come from previous versions of the game.

Image Description
DOA++ Raidou C1 Costume 1 - Red pants with suspenders, tabi-style boots, a glove and arm-guard on his left arm, a wristband on his right wrist, and protective gear over his left thigh.
DOA++ Raidou C2 Costume 2 - Purple pants with suspenders, tabi-style boots, a glove and arm-guard on his left arm, a wristband on his right wrist, and protective gear over his left thigh.
DOA1 Raidou C3 Costume 3 - Torn-up, black dōgi with a skull on the collar, a red sash, and bandages wrapped around his forearms.
DOA1 Raidou C1 Costume 4 - Torn-up, beige dōgi with a skull on the collar, a teal sash, and bandages wrapped around his forearms.

(Originally his final boss costume from the arcade version of Dead or Alive.)

TriviaEdit

  • Raidou is the only character in the Sega Saturn version not to have any unlockable costumes.
    • He also has the least amount with just two costumes.
  • Raidou has the least amount of unlockable and total costumes in the Japanese and North American PlayStation versions, with one unlockable and three in total.
    • He, along with Zack, Hayabusa, and Jann Lee, also have the least amount of costumes in the PAL version, with each having five in total.


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Costumes (1996 - 2005)
Dead or Alive (1996 - 1998)
Playable Kasumi - Zack - Ryu Hayabusa - Bayman - Lei Fang - Gen Fu - Tina Armstrong - Jann Lee
Unlockable Raidou
PlayStation and Dead or Alive++ Bass Armstrong - Ayane
Dead or Alive 2 (1999 - 2000)
Playable Kasumi - Ryu Hayabusa - Gen Fu - Helena Douglas - Tina Armstrong - Bass Armstrong - Zack - Leon - Jann Lee - Leifang - Ayane - Ein
Unlockable Bayman - Tengu
Dead or Alive 3 (2001)
Playable Kasumi - Ryu Hayabusa - Hitomi - Zack - Gen Fu - Brad Wong - Tina Armstrong - Bass Armstrong - Leon - Bayman - Jann Lee - Leifang - Christie - Helena Douglas - Hayate - Ayane
Unlockable Ein
Dead or Alive Ultimate (2004)
Both games Kasumi - Zack - Ryu Hayabusa - Bayman - Leifang - Gen Fu - Tina Armstrong - Jann Lee
DOA1 Ultimate only Raidou
DOA2 Ultimate only Helena Douglas - Bass Armstrong - Leon - Ayane - Ein - Tengu - Hitomi
Dead or Alive 4 (2005)
Playable Kasumi - Ryu Hayabusa - Kokoro - Hitomi - Brad Wong - Eliot - Bass Armstrong - Zack - Jann Lee - Leifang - Tina Armstrong - La Mariposa/Lisa - Bayman - Christie - Ayane - Hayate
Unlockable Ein - Gen Fu - Leon - Helena Douglas - SPARTAN-458 - Tengu
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Characters
Playable Kasumi - Zack - Ryu Hayabusa - Bayman - Lei Fang - Gen Fu - Tina Armstrong - Jann Lee
Unlockable Raidou
PlayStation and
Dead or Alive++
Bass Armstrong - Ayane
Miscellaneous Toreko
Terms
Gameplay modes Arcade/Tournament - Time Attack - Versus Mode - Survival - Kumite - Training - Team Battle Mode - Options
Gameplay terms Attacks - Boss Battles - Character Select - Combo - Danger Zone - Game Over - Holds - Knocked Out - Match - Name Entry - Replay - Ring Out - Special Moves - Stages - Stances - Throws - Triangle System
Plot subjects Dead or Alive World Combat Championship - DOATEC - Mugen Tenshin clan - Runaway shinobi - Shinobi
Martial arts Command Sambo - Jeet Kune Do - Ninjutsu - Pro-wrestling - Shini-rokugo-ken - Taikyoku-ken - Thai-style boxing
Other terms Credits - Openings - System Voice - Tournament Winners
Stages
Arcade and
Sega Saturn
Bayman's stage - Gen Fu's stage - Hayabusa's stage - Jann Lee's stage - Kasumi's stage - Lei Fang's stage - Raidou's stage - Tina's stage - Zack's stage
Sega Saturn only Tina's western stage - Training stage
PlayStation and
Dead or Alive++
Ayane's stage - Bass' stage - Bayman's stage - Gen Fu's stage - Hayabusa's stage - Jann Lee's stage - Kasumi's stage - Lei Fang's stage - Raidou's stage - Tina's stage - Zack's stage
PlayStation only Training stage
Dead or Alive++ only Jann Lee's stage
Music
Dead or Alive - Dead or Alive (PS Version) Original Sound Tracks
Character/Stage themes Arcade "Blade of "RYU"" - "Codename "BAYMAN"" - "DEAD OR ALIVE" - "Densetsu no Hiken" - "The Fist of TAIKYOKU Blows up" - "Ketsui no Toki" - "Kokou no Kenshi" - "NO MONEY" - "Power is Beauty"
Sega Saturn "Blade of "RYU"" - "Codename "BAYMAN"" - "DEAD OR ALIVE" - "Densetsu no Hiken" - "The Fist of TAIKYOKU Blows up" - "Ketsui no Toki" - "Kokou no Kenshi" - "NO MONEY" - "Power is Beauty"
PlayStation "AYA" - "Blade of "RYU"~Mr.Tom mix~" - "Concentration" - "Dead or Alive" - "Fastbreak" - "Gonna Make You Gasp" - "Heated Heartbeat" - "ketsui no toki~pie-02 mix~" - "Megadeath" - "Power is Beauty~more beautiful mix~" - "Superstar"
Dead or Alive++ "Ayane's theme" - "Bayman's theme" - "DEAD OR ALIVE" - "Gen Fu's theme" - "Hayabusa's theme" - "Heated Heartbeat" - "Kasumi's theme" - "Lei Fang's theme" - "Superstar" - "Tina's theme" - "Zack's theme"
Voice tracks Arcade versions "Bayman" - "Gen Fu" - "Jann Lee" - "Kasumi" - "Lei Fang" - "Raidou" - "Ryu Hayabusa" - "System Voice" - "Tina" - "Zack"
PlayStation versions

"Ayane" - "Bass" - "Bayman" - "Gen Fu" - "Hayabusa" - "Jann Lee" - "Kasumi" - "Lei Fang" - "Raidou" - "System Voice 1" - "System Voice 2" - "System Voice 3" - "Tina" - "Zack"

Other tracks Arcade "DEAD OR ALIVE Overture" - "End of Chopper" - "In Between Life and Death" - "S.E. Collection" - "Show Down" - "Show must go on!" - "Stage Clear" - "Your Name is..."
Sega Saturn "In Between Life and Death" - "The New Century" - "Physical System" - "SAYONARA" - "Showdown" - "Stage Clear" - "Your Name is..."
PlayStation "The New Century" - "Physical System" - "Result" - "S.E. Collection" - "SAYONARA" - "Showdown" - "Stage Clear" - "Your Name is..."
Bonus tracks "Dead or Alive Overture ~renewal mix~" - "Galaxy" - "The New Century ~master version~" - "SAYONARA ~master version~" - "Type-XXX"
Dead or Alive++ "Ending Theme" - "Showdown" - "Your Name is..."
Archives
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