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Poitter's Point and Poitter's Point 2

Poitter's Point and Poitter's Point 2
PlayStation
© Konami 1997 - 1998, 17/11/1997 (US)-- ¥?

Also Known As: Poy Poy and Poy Poy 2


The PSOne games Poy Poy 1 and 2 both have Moai stages and enemies in them.

Now, when they say that 3D graphics age far worse than 2D graphic, they weren't kidding. I care much more about gameplay than graphics, but these games just looked wretched. I guess they are nearly ten years old, the first game being a first-gen PS1 title, but I wasn't sad when I deleted the isos. The music was forgettable, and the voice-overs were of such low quality that it was painful to listen (I'm not kidding).

The gameplay was much better though. You would run around a small area, picking up objects to throw at your opposition. I can imagine this game was quite fun back in the days, as a party game.

Poy Poy is the PAL name of the series. It is named Poitter's Point in Japan. It also came out in the US.

 

Poitter's Point and Poitter's Point 2

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Poitter's Point and Poitter's Point 2

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Poitter's Point and Poitter's Point 2

Thanks to King Moai