Summary: This is a very good volleyball game and is better than DOA in terms of volleyball game play. There is a lot of variety on the characters who can be given various costumes. The volleyball locations are varied and interesting and you actually do feel that there is a crowd there cheering every point. The cut-scenes showing player celebrations on winning points and the whacky commentary are also entertaining although they do get repetitive after a while.
Summary: I bought this game with a strong belief that it might be just a bit naff as most sports based games with bikinis are. But I figured as well that it would be good to have something simple and fun to throw on when friends came around. It arrived and I have been passivley addicted ever since. Very good gameplay, good graphics and a heck of a lot of fun.
Summary: Outlaw volleyball is a good game. It's quick to pick up with simple controls, meaning players can compete relatively evenly regardless of experience - although improved timing and positioning will inevitably pay off. The game is based on beach volleyball (although in this game, the volleyball is not necessarily played on a beach; more on this in a minute), and features 2 teams - each of 2 players, trying to get the ball to hit the ground on their opponent's side of the...
Summary: This game is great!!!! I own both DOA volleyball and Outlaw Volleyball. Outlaw gives you more characters to play around with, all of whom have different skills, game styles and personalities. There is alot of humour in the cut scences and clips (which appear when a point is scored). If you've played Sega's soccer slam then you will love this game, it too has special moves!