Epic boobage. DOAX2 gets the fan service portion right, but the lack of content gets old.

User Rating: 7 | Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 X360
Dead or Alive, a fantastic fighting game with hot chicks. These chicks were so hot, they spawned their own spin off. That was Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball. Guess what, that spawned a sequel, and it's the game I'll be reviewing RIGHT NOW.

Dead or Alive is a vacation simulator with lots and lots of fan service. All of your favorite girls can be seen in teeny tiny bikinis playing volleyball, and now much more. Butt battles, tug of war, racing, oh my. While it does have more content than its predecessor, the amount of content it has is just not good enough.

You get to choose between 9 girls. You get a partner and do all the things girls do on vacation. Obviously they always slam each others butts together, "get friendly" , and strip. Okay so maybe this is a guys dream vacation, but oh well.

You get a choice of various activities such as volleyball, butt battling, tug of war, watersliding, flag racing, marine racing, the casino, pool hopping, and relaxing. That sounds like enough stuff to do, but most of those mini games last under a minute long. The only ones that do take up a mild amount of time are volleyball, marine racing, and the casino. The rest will take you a very short amount of time. The thing is, that's all you do.

The lack of content is forgiven by the fact that you get to see your favorite pixelated chicks in as little clothing as possible with their hoo has defying the lays of gravity (am I allowed to see that?). If you're perverted (or a gamerscore whore; aka moi) enough you'll stay bored to try to get as many swimsuits as possible.

Don't worry though, it doesn't get too boring until you collect about two full sets of swimsuits though, and that's somewhat time consuming. After that though most of your time playing will not be because of enjoyment of gameplay, it's because of your enjoyment for video game babes or gamerscore.

Overall, I can't say much. DOAX2 is an enjoyable game for a short period of time, but the lack of content makes it a questionable buy. Fortunately, the $8 price tag may be enough to buy it. It's not the most fun you'll have in a game, but with a price so low you may want to check it out.