Baywatch Beach Volleyball
Sure, it's fun. Fun like a dried-up squid. That's dranken all your beer.
Baywatch is dead. You fans can say what you want about the glory days of David Hasselhoff's post-Knight Rider series, but it's come and gone. Granted, some of the episodes were quite memorable, and, yes, who couldn't be an addict of watching girls run down a beach in a bright red swimsuit? (Well, besides women- but that's why they have Hasselhoff, right?) But the series is gone, which leads me to wonder- what did Blue Beck have in mind when making this game?
One word- license. That's all that really sticks with this game, the Baywatch name itself. Past that, what we have here is a complete dreck of a game, lousy and annoying. It isn't even enjoyable in a fashionable sense like Dead Or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball was, because at times you can barely even tell the guys and gals apart.
The game's real killer is the fact that it's damn slow and completely unplayable. The screen scrolls along with the ball and does it so lifelessly that I'm surprised a completed game is even possible. The graphics are terible and barely represent the sport of volleyball, maybe in an Intellivision sense. And sound? Won't even talk about it.
Look, women + swimsuits = ruleage. But Baywatch is gone, aside from reruns. Allow Baywatch Beach Volleyball to follow suit, as it has zero quality to back it up in any category. If anyone needs me, I'll be recovering with Super Spike V-Ball while looking at a poster of Yasmine Bleeth.
What's Hot: Has the show license! Magical!
What's Not: Has nothing else...not even voluptuous mode. Ick.