Operation Paintball-About the same, Both have strengths and weaknesses
I like the fact that their fields all combine into one huge field. It's really fun when you got 80 people in a game. I like their little urban area, the bus is a nice death trap. The refs seem to love getting in your line of fire to an opponent. Make em eat paint once or twice and they'll get the point.
I don't like that they only do one game at a time. I also don't like the long waits between games. Nothing is less fun than getting shot out in the first 30 seconds of a game and having to wait a half hour till the next game.
The speedball course is set up really well. The sides are pretty balanced and there are plenty of bunkers.
The airball course is almost never set up, I've only played on it a couple times.
The owner and the refs are pretty cool, if the teams are a little unfair and they got an extra ref sometimes they will jump in and play some.
I love the fact that if you got extra paint at the end of the day you can "store" it at the field. They mark down how much you have and when you come back they give you that many.
The field paint isn't the best in the world, but you can buy marbs if you want to spend the extra cash. The rental masks suck and the guns (m98's) are decent, but thats to be expected of any field.
Only really annoying thing that I could see is if you don't have a military ID you have to go get a pass from the MP's to get on base, takes about 10 minutes if its not busy.
Don't pay any attention to the other people saying how the refs are always nagging about the rules. It's for your own saftey guys.
Last edited on Sunday, September 21st, 2003 at 7:05 pm PST