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Summer Heat Beach Volleyball
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Summer Heat Beach Volleyball

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Summer Heat Beach Volleyball Sony Playstation 2 Game

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Playstation 2


NTSC (N. America)



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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Works great
Plays without a problem, is it two player game. Although it doesn't have to be all older game systems should be played on older TV, pixel rate too high for new TVs makes the game look worse than it actually is, though never been an issue for me play most of these games for nostalgic reasons anyways (to beat friends playing with me)
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Kenner LA on
4 Stars
Not bad
Summer Heat Volleyball isn't as fast, exciting or intuitive as you might expect. It actually has a bit of higher learning curve than 'I' expected, and the pace is slower than, say, a Tennis game. But the controls work well and it definitely serves up a fun game of volleyball once you learn them. It doesn't look good though. The models are simplistic and overly shiny (I know skin shaders on the PS2 weren't great, but these gals and guys really look like bad dolls), and worse still it looks REALLY blurry. I don't know what it is about the engine powering this, but yeah, it does not look great. It's weird because I can't think of another Acclaim game from this era that blurs so much; everything from Showdown: Legends of Wrestling to Vexx actually look pretty sharp... today... like, on HDTVs even. Maybe Summer Heat is going for some kind of weird post-processing effect to try and simulate heat haze or something? Whatever is going on, it's unfortunate. Luckily the game as a whole looks fine and the soundtrack is pretty nice. So you just kinda get used to it after a bit. For such a cheap price, sure yeah - give it a shot if you're interested. I got it for a summer game, and it certainly fits the bill. Is it as good as, say, Sega's Beach Spikers? Heck no. But it also doesn't do much wrong at all, so it still makes for a good time and at a cheap price. Give it a shot if you're interested!
Reviewed by: from Pennsylvania on
5 Stars
Ages Well
I played this as a kid and it aged pretty well! It isn't boring or poor quality. There's two-player capacity as well, which is cool for casual hangouts.
Reviewed by: from Canada on

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