Nina Williams is involved in an action-spy adventure as CIA special agent, against a cruel organization, who wants to dominate the world.
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Daisuke Gôri ...
Heihachi Mishima (voice)
Yasunori Masutani ...
Tekken Force Soldiers (voice)


Nina Williams is on board on a cruise ship. She is participating to a martial arts tournament, where she beats all the male opponents and becomes the champion,with her high strong kicks and special lethal secret moves. While in bikini in the ship swimming pool, she has to fight against some body-guards and after she's caught prisoner in her room. The adventure begins when she has to explore the ship, beat many male guards and bosses during the plot (including her sister Anna), and try to discover many informations, secret ares, control-rooms and so on, to stop the evil plans of a secret criminal organization. The plot is divided in 3 parts: 1 On the ship 2 In an ancient fortress, that's a prison 3 On the ship again. Written by effecoco

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8 February 2005 (USA)  »

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Tekken's Nina Williams in Death by Degrees  »

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Death by Degrees
17 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

Well, I was a fan of the video game series of Tekken, and often I loved to choose as fighter the Nina Williams character. So I was very surprised when was made a video game completely dedicated to her, "Death by Degrres", only for PS2. The good parts of the game are the several and powerful skills of Nina: many astounding kicks (high, round, etc.); a set of gorgeous and sexy outfits (but you have to complete at least one time the game at each level - easy, normal, hard and expert -, to unlock them, over all the wrestling outfit); her special lethal move, with a special video effect (a slow-motion similar to a X-ray vision); the possibility to fight with meléé weapons (swords, sticks, etc.), and fire-arms. At the end of the game at any level, many mini-games are unlocked. The negative points are the action, often interrupted by some trials as puzzles to solve, protected accesses to force with scanner, the continuous confirms to give even if Nina opens a door even if yet unlocked..., the complex way to move/fight/explore the environment at the same time when using Nina's avatar: you have to remember a lot of combinations to use properly the joy-pad...

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