My idea for a sequel to the much-maligned 2006 film “DOA: Dead or Alive”, the film version of the hit fighting game series.
Helena Douglas, now the C.E.O. of her father's company DOATEC after defeating Victor Donovan, travels to Japan to survey the branch of the company located there, overseen by scientist Dr. Lisa Hamilton. Really, this is just a guise to reunite with the half-sister she has just discovered the existence of, Kokoro. Kokoro is training as a geisha, but knowing that she is also studying Ba Ji Quan with the desire to become a famous martial artist, Helena organizes another DOA tournament, flashier and far more public than the previous year's proceedings, to lure her in.
Helena also invites her newly found friends Kasumi, Tina Armstrong, Christie Allen, and Ayane to enter the tournament for moral support. But while working with DOATEC, Helena begins to suspect something suspicious is going on behind the scenes. Lisa, who moonlights as the masked luchador La Mariposa, has been continuing the research Victor Donovan began in the first film in order to create the ultimate lifeform, an ultra-powerful clone of Kasumi known as Alpha-152.
Meanwhile, Kasumi's brother, Hayate, wakes up with amnesia at the dojo run by the family of cute young karate student Hitomi, who also plans on entering the tournament. Working together, Kasumi, Tina, Christie, Ayane, Hitomi, Kokoro, and Helena must stop Alpha-152 from destroying the world.
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