Summary: I bought this game thinking it would be the next install in the guilty pleasure series Dead or Alive Xtreme. How disappointed I was when after booting it up, I found it out it was esstenially Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 that was previously released on the Xbox 360. Since I already have played that game, there was no reason to play this version.
She looked better in the picture on the internet..
23 December 2010
Summary: This is certainly not the XBOX game you fell in love with as a teen! Loading times are slow and tedious. The typically beautiful screen of the PSP is not to be blamed for overall rough edges on the girls which leaves me to believe it was a poorly programmed game. Save yourself and plan a vacation somewhere other than Zack Island!
With a foolproof genre, which fool magaed to get this wrong?
P. Smith "Tosk", amazon.co.uk
11 May 2011
Summary: I'm very generous when it comes to reviews. If you see my other reviews you'll see that I tend to be more forgiving to bad games and focus on their strengths. So when I say that this game is terribly terribly bad, and should never have been created, it really is saying something. The premise of the game is very very simple: take on the role of one of the women in DOA, wander around an island for two virtual weeks, play minigames to earn money, spend money in shops, play...
Summary: This version of the extreme beach volleyball collection has all the downsides of the large screen versions (poor camera angles, unresponsive commands, fiddly controls etc) and introduces fresh niggles into the equation. Now you have to squint at a PSP screen in a desperate attempt to figure out what is going on. Bought this hoping for a bit of light relief, I feel robbed.
Eine schwarze Stunde für die Videospielgeschichte...
28 April 2010
Summary: Ihr kennt doch sicher "Dead Or Alive". Die beliebte Beat 'em up-Reihe, die mit "Dead Or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball" und "Dead Or Alive Xtreme 2" schlagartig das Genre gewechselt hat und seitdem einen eher unguten Ruf genießt. Jetzt veröffentlicht THQ einen weiteren Teil dieser Reihe für die PSP, der der Tradition folgt und von einem Prügelspiel so weit entfernt ist, wie Call Of Duty von einem Kinderspiel. Wer die Vorgänger kennt, weiß bereits, was das bedeutet.