Nude Dead or Alive Volleyball angers TecmoTecmo: Hands Off Those Bikinis, Lads In a message posted to Tecmos official forums earlier this week, the company warned Xbox hackers to stop developing "nude patches" for Dead of Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball, the monument to human libido the company released for the Xbox in January. "Were watching you very closely! Please do not post things that infringe copyrights and other legal issues," the message reads. "So far were tracking one suspect; anybody care to be the second? Please do not post anything about nude patches and other hacked information or you will be punished to the fullest extent of the law." The patches (several of which are in development) mess around with the textures used to build the bodies of DOAXs lovely ladies to make them appear completely unclothed. Although screenshots (which we regrettably cant repost here) have been going around the net for a few days, actually running the patch is a complex procedure—you need both a modified Xbox and several extra tools to install it correctly. This isnt the first time Tecmos run into hacker trouble with the Dead or Alive series—in September it won a court case against a Japanese CD-ROM publisher who built a Dead or Alive 2 editor that allowed randy gamers to remove Kasumis clothes.