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Classic Game Room reviews CHARGE 'N BLAST for Sega Dreamcast from 2000! Aliens, meteors and insects oh my! Its your job to charge and blast them with immobile suites that move left and right. This CGR review of Charge N Blast for Sega Dreamcast has gameplay from this science fiction arcade shooter which has some very unique gameplay and bizarre enemies. Waste lizard men, Godzilla-knockoff monster and hordes of meteor bugs with three characters (theres unlockable characters when you beat each difficulty level). Play one or two players on screen at the same time. The challenging part of Charge N Blast is mastering a very odd control scheme where you move left and right, charge and blast. It sounds simple but gets increasingly more difficulty as the game progresses. Charge N Blast has some serious cheesy, campy sci-fi charm and is so bad at times its good. Dialog is awful, animations are terrible but the lizard people are awesome! Each character in the game has a little description of their personality in the instruction manual which is ever so helpful when charging and blasting aliens monsters for reasons unknown. This game was released for the Sega Dreamcast video game console in 2000 and is easy to find and collect today. The biggest flaw in the game is a lack of aim inversion when shooting.
*******www.mygoto-hamiltoncountyin**** featured Carmel High School of Indiana with their upcoming production of “Sense and Sensibility”.
The play will be performed February 10-12 at 7:30 p.m. with a matinee on the 12th at 2:00. Tickets are $7 and $10.
This is a romantic story that follows two sisters and the love for the men in their lives. The story is based off the novel by Jane Austin, a famous author from the 19th century.
The main character share a similar trait of being hopeless romanticist, therefore it carries humor between the characters.
The challenging part for the tech crew is the lighting. With so many walls there is a concern with the shadows and there are several props to be concerned with to give the reality for the play.
As the students prepare for the dress rehearsal they share their feelings of nervousness. We hope you will also visit the website to see their video.