After banning Dota 1 and Dota 2 in Barangay Salawag in Dasmarinas, Cavite, authorities released a new mandate to ban several more games.
Cross Fire And Point Blank, Games Added To Cavite's Ban List
Jan 26, 2015 at 9:17 AM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : News & Events
Point Blank and Crossfire are added to the existing games that are banned in Barangay Salawag as these games are said to be a bad influence to children who plays them.
Cross Fire is a highly popular free-to-play FPS game offering premium items as addons. The game is available worldwide, with players from over six continents and 11 distribution channels and revenues amounting to $1 Billion in 2013. Gameclub is the listed local publisher for the game.
Point Blank, on the other hand, is a fast paced online first-person shooter, which is very similar in terms of gameplay to Counter-Strike. It is developed by South Korean company Zepetto, and its Philippine operations are managed by Garena.