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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This is the first video game that the English speaking voice actor Steve Blum provided both the English and Japanese voices for a character which was none other than Enrique Ortega. Blum's character only spoke the dialogues in Japanese from the scenes where Enrique Ortega speaks to Heihachi Mishima. See more »


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A decent Story full of twists
3 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

This game was a decent spin off of the Tekken Series. It had a decent story and the graphics weren't too bad. The water effects may have sounded cheesy and at some times the camera may have become problematic but these were easily circumvented. the only other problem was the fighting mechanics but with practise you could master it. The story on the other hand was gripping with things you would love to quote as well as twists and turns. The characters were varied and complex. Death by Degrees also had more re playability than most games on the market including a sub-story. For anyone who likes the Tekken series, fighting games in general, this is a game for you.

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