Barefoot Babe Game Classic: Beach Spikers (Gamecube)
This visual alone would sell this game to any footfan...
Beach Spikers was one of the games on the old Nintendo Gamecube, and it's one of the reasons why I was tempted to get the system back then. I never did, so whenever I remember BS, I have a slight twinge of regret. An all-female beach volleyball simulator, Spikers gave you access to various teams of fetching volleyball teams from all over the world, all decked out in their lovely two-piece swimsuits, running and jumping about barefoot to score that crucial point or kill. The graphics were pretty good, and the character models detailed (if a bit generic-looking). The worst thing about the game though that kept me from buying it is the fact that you almost never saw the girls' feet in many of the modes since they were almost always sunken under the sand!
Aside from the regular volleyball matches and tournaments, the game also gave you some cool minigames, including foot races, hot potato matches (where the players kept tossing a bomb back and forth across the arena, with the loser receiving a nice KO from the bomb explosion) and so forth.
In any case, I do wish I had the cash to buy a Gamecube back then- if I actually find a GC these days with Beach Spikers included, I'd probably spring for it. This game is a wonderful barefoot babe game for any footfan to enjoy, despite the weird sand quirk. Think of all those toned, tan and sexy athletes with their lovely bare toes and soles waiting for a soothing massage after a hard match. Mmmm.
It's like DOAX, just more on the actual volleyball and less of the cheesecake gift-giving... but hotness still abounds!
Anyway, if you have a copy of this game, lucky you! For the rest of us, here's a nice trailer showing off the game in motion in all its sandy, swimsuit-clad, barefoot beauty. MAN I should really go find an old Gamecube somehere...