Spike Volleyball claims to be the first indoor volleyball simulator (although the NES version of Volleyball featured 6v6 indoor gameplay). Although we are not the most knowledgeable when it comes to volleyball, we still give this game a shot. Along the way, we run into some weird collision detection issues, a wildly swinging camera, and some creepy looking NPC AI behavior. Oh yeah, and Gillman screams a lot.
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