The question still remains: is there any nudity in this game? While the majority of the costumes are revealing, and some are sheer, there is no birthday suit. There is a very brief clip of silhouetted nudity during the opening, but that appears to be it. The lack of nudity doesn't hurt or help this title. As it stands, each aspect of DoA:XBV has a minor flaw, but the sum is greater than its parts. The game is intentionally short, but a player who wants to see each character in each costume will have to invest a great deal of time into purchasing costumes through multiple replays. It's definitely a rent-first title, even you happen to be a hardcore DoA fan, a beach volleyball fan, or you have the hots for the DoA girls. An interesting experiment to say the least, and a beautiful one at that. Just not the must-buy killer app for the Xbox.