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NoMore avatar 2:31 AM on 02.13.2010
An In-Depth Review: PONG

Dont worry Im not actually going to review Pong i just need to get my hands on Bully, Persona 2 or
Sonic CD. But until then, I'll review a game with one of the greatest plots and memorable characters, Pong.


Who the hell hasn't played Pong it's one of the finest games of 1972!


System: Arcade, Atari and the set of That 70's Show
Price: N/A
Released: 1972


The Plot: While Pong doesn't reveal a lot of the plot (probably because it's to difficult for the Average Human to comprehend) I think the plot is about two super dark warriors shooting hadokens at each other to try and summon Chuck Norris... maybe.



Characters: There are two main characters in Pong you play as P1 and you must fight against P2. Whoever shoots the most Hadokens that pass the player gains 1 dollar or something. The P2 is obviously out to destroy the world and you want revenge because he killed your family. I could say a lot more but it would take up pages and pages and i dont have that much time.

Gameplay: Pong was one of the first real time action RPGs. ("How can that be it makes no sense you might say") but I doubt you could prove me wrong because I played and completed the game. Anyway all there is to it is deflecting a hadoken and P2 doing the same. The game ends when Chuck Norris is summoned or when you get the secret ending, which I dont know how to get yet.

Conclusion: Well Pong obviously deserves a 10/10 for superb gameplay, characters and a compelling plot.

Verdict: 10/10

 
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