Hidden Sights (6.0) , Georgia Paintball (7.0), Boston Paintball (5.0), Pro Paintball (9.5), Rogue Paintball (9.0)
My first experience here was not very good however I play to give them one more shot. I will go through prices, fields, staff and game play.
Prices were as follows:
-Field fee: $8
-Paint: $75 and up for a case. I used Evil which was $90.00 a case. You are what you shoot!
-Air: $1 per 1000PSI filled. Fills to 3000PSI
I think they could work with the prices a bit, I mean I know they have to make a living. Perhaps charge a higher entrance fee for all day air or something to that effect. I am not sure if they offer discounts via memberships but I will inquire my next visit. Paint prices should be adjusted to be a bit more reasonable. $90.00 for a case of $60.00 paint retail?
Fields: Staging area was a bit small for the number of people other than that it was OK. There was a variety of playing terrain and some very neat course layouts. The pallet course could use some work...you could shoot through the holes in the pallets. Overall very nice.
Staff: Everyone was nice, I couldn't really gauge their knowledge yet. The refs were very passive and there were too many people per ref. 16+ per ref. Overall the refs were the only weakness I could see in the staff.
Game play: Here is my real problem with the place. It was just two massive teams of various playing abilities. I think 30+ players on a field is too many and a ton of team kills and dangerous situations resulted from this. I don't mind playing with new or inexperienced players however it's very unenjoyable to have so many players with no strategy. Games took too long as well...way to long.
I will give them another shot to complete my opinion. Doesn't look favorable at this point.