Combat Zone (This review)
This was a great place to play, no questions asked.
At first i was "iffy" into comming because I had heard the price was $95 per case, but my friends (we came in a group of about 12) had said they would split paint with eachother, so I said sure. Well we had to meet up at 7 AM at a local mc-d's and then leave because it was a 2 hour drive up there.
When we had arrived, I learned that this was all woods, with the exception of one very small speedball field for those in-between game waiting. They also offered the infamous "Alamo" field which was a blast (ill touch on this in a bit). Contrary to being a speedball player (only 2 others there were also speed-ball players both being in my group) there was a church group.... yes a church group :P.
Not like I'm saying having a church group is bad, but the refs kept us always on a seperate field, and when we did ask if we could join them in their alamo run, (me and my other speedball friend were a bit late so we had to run up and ask if it was to late) he simply said "no". The rest of my group was with them, and when we told him that he said "nah, it'd be no challenge for you guys, not to mention you'd slaughter them!"
That was a highlight :P, But as for the fields, they range from extremely wooded where you'd have to run up and shoot at your enemy, to a good amount of brush, where you can actualy shoot inbetween the cracks :P
The Staff was amazingly nice, they'd always help you and was friendly. They of course knew their stuff and played fair.
I defend my 9/10 with the fact of their fields and staff, but the -1 comes from the prices...