Gemhunter #15 – Summer Heat Beach Volleyball

Gemhunter hits the 15-episode milestone with a return to the PS2, and this time we’re taking this shit to the beach.

I’m reliably informed that this one is actually called Summer Heat Beach Volleyball, even though the box clearly makes the title look like Beach Volleyball: Summer Heat.

Regardless, this is one of the last games published by Acclaim, which went bankrupt just a year later. Should it be blamed for it, or was it actually a good game? Let’s find out.

Note: This episode of Gemhunter is currently blocked on YouTube because the game contains a Kylie Minogue track. Please watch it using Tired Old Hack’s own video player for now and if I can get the copyright issue sorted I’ll swap the higher quality YouTube video in later. Until then, mind and hit the ‘HD’ button at the bottom-right to see it properly.

Gemhunter is my video series in which I try out forgotten, ignored, licensed or shovelware games I’ve never played in the hope of finding a hidden gem. The video is presented unedited so you can experience the game for the first time as I do. Enjoyed this video and want to see more? You can find past Gemhunter episodes here.

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