Gotcha - Too expensive, low quality paint, fun but only the 1st two times then its more of the same.
Paintball underground - indoor field, completely different but not too bad.
I am really impressed with this "field" if you can call it that. They move away from the old traditional boundary based fields with set bunkers, set hiding places and set boundaries which, once you played the field a couple of times, you get used to and get bored with.
They "move" the field between building sites and open fields and accommodate almost any preference in doing this. There are usually no set boundaries and no man made obstacles. This forces the player to use age old war skills like stealth, flanking, guerilla warfare and sniping to survive. The flip side is the urban warfare fields, which constitute old or partially build buildings, simulating artillery damaged buildings. These are used for hostage/SWAT type scenarios which are great fun.
Finally they're prices are reasonable, they use good quality equipment and are well organized. All in all they offer anything - from the pro looking for something different to the teenager or family looking for a nice party to the corporates looking for team building.
Keep up the Good work - playpaintball !!!!!!! (10 out of 10)
Last edited on Sunday, May 29th, 2005 at 11:54 pm PST