Summary: While one of the most obvious activities in this game is the playing of "Beach Volleyball", it seems to be more of a collector's challenge, at least if you are trying to get all of the swimsuits on all of the girls. There are interpersonal relations ranging openly friendly to openly hostile. I have seen some reviews blasting this game because, "Those body parts DON'T MOVE LIKE THAT!". Well, if the ESRB rating is followed that shouldn't be a problem.
Summary: Jungle Party offers PSP users the type of party game more commonly associated with Nintendo's DS or Wii. Despite being limited to using the button configuration the game is simple to control, child friendly and provides moments of humour along the way. You start by customising your monkey before you a thrown into a range of mini games pitted against three other monkey chums.
Summary: I cannot wait to play this game once I buy a Sony PSP video game console. I hope that it is similar to the first Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Vollyeball game for only Xbox console (not Xbox 360). I kind of miss playing that game because I cannot play it on my Xbox 360 console. But, I would love to see Tina, Helena, and other women wearing sexy bikinis and so when I go somewhere or even outside in my yard.
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.
Summary: I personally love DOA for its unique 3 models of women.. they are half anime and half human.. however this just a little of game in my opinion.. its more visuals then it is actual gameplay.. to me its more of pleasant art of women.. Women are beautiful even in games haha its beautiful art.. just really want to make my own 3d models of women.. I play this mainly to get inspired in the world of Maya (3D) and so forth..