I have to say, scheduling posts twice a week is much easier to do now. I don’t stress about finding a topic each time I want to start posting at least which feels more relaxing now anyway, on to the main point of this post. The game I chose for this month is one of my favorites and it’s been a huge part of my childhood.
Point Blank portrays the story of two gun-slinging companeros and adventurers, Dr. Don and Dr. Dan, who look amazingly like Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie after a healthy dose of Rogaine and about 20 years hard time. You adopt their collective identity throughout the single-player and two-player head-to-head score-battle mode. Once you select your experience level, beginner, intermediate, or expert, get comfortable with and calibrate your GunCon, as this is the third US title to be compatible with the accurate-within-three-pixels light gun. From this point, a jumble of four distinct challenges from within a larger grouping will be presented to you. Select one of them, and the game starts.
This game started a war between me and my sister when we were younger, after school we would instantly start the PSOne and play it. The game is so much fun to play in groups, it’s also my favorite time waster. Of course it doesn’t have the best graphics and the controls aren’t the finest, there’s nothing much I can say about it since it doesn’t really have a storyline or an end goal. I would recommend it if you wanna play an old shooter game with friends or siblings, it honestly made me quite competitive against my sister.