When Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball came out on Xbox, there was much talk about how many people didn't "get" the game. But let's be honest, there wasn't a whole lot to get. It was a relationship game with volleyball tacked on where success meant you got to see the lovely Dead or Alive girls in outfits that ranged from revealing to absurdly revealing. It was a thin game, but fun nonetheless and I probably spent more than my fair share of time collecting everything. Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 was a chance for Team Ninja to expand the idea into a fully realized game. Instead, they've decided to improve the graphics, add a few poor mini-games and call it a day. Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 feels like a shameless cash-in to a series that is already pretty shameless.