Justin Lee On September 7, 2006 at 9:58 am

Crave Entertainment sends word that the NRA has approved the application to include the NRA name in Gun Club. We saw the game at E3 2006 on our E3coverage.com and it seemed like a unique game idea.

Crave Entertainment, a leading publisher of console videogames for the casual gamer, in partnership with Highway 1 Productions, today announced that the National Rifle Association has officially endorsed NRA Gun Club, a target shooter for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system. This target shooter allows gamers to enter the shooting range, steady their nerves, and take aim at the bull’s-eye and score in a wide variety of competitive environments.

"In keeping with the NRA mission, this game tests marksmanship in a sporting environment and emphasizes responsible use of firearms. This is a fun and exciting game, challenging all ages and all levels of firearms proficiency" says Mike Marcellin, Managing Director of the National Rifle Association.

The game puts over one hundred faithfully recreated firearms in the hands of the player who can try his or her skill in a wide range of immersive 3D practice environments, from indoor ranges with paper targets, to hillsides with poppers or on the skeet course with flying clay pigeons. A certification mode challenges would-be sharpshooters’ skills, and detailed descriptions and information for every firearm make it a must-have for gun collectors and enthusiasts.

Features of NRA Gun Club include:
– Over 100 firearms to choose from – current consumer models, LE/military & specialty models
– Detailed descriptions for every firearm
– Quick Match Mode
– Certification Mode
– Unlock new guns, environments, and challenges
– Choose from over 15 realistic shooting challenges
– Head-to-head challenges offer competitive gameplay for 1-8 players
– 12 unique gameplay settings – from close-range shooting galleries to expansive open terrain for long-range targeting
– Focus on firearms and target shooting

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