Metro is the only one that compares to this field as far as prices,
and fun i had.
This field was one of the best id been to in a long time.
The woods fields arnt that great, but this is coming from a speedball player.
The manager makes sure everyone knows the rules before she even hands out guns.
the prices for paint are relativley cheap. ($35-$60 depending on brand [by the case]).
the proshop was acceptable. not the nicest, but it had everything a propshop should.
the staff and refs were cool. the refs are fair, and fun to talk to. Competition for a slow day was scarse...many played woodsball over speedball, so it wasnt up to my fancy.
They order pizza, and have drinks on hand and at your request.
Speedball, only having one field, was nice. Small, but awsome. Very fast paced gameplay. The 20ft rule did not apply on this field which i liked, because the "surrender" policy was only for woodsball. One of the best speedball fields i have ever played.
Woodsball, isnt really my thing, but it was decent. Lots of cover, good for fort battles, and Medic games. the smaller one was not as good as the big one. Less cover, and smaller trees. Not much cover other than makeshift bunkers. the bigger field was one big hill...very challenging for you woodsballers. A semi- good woodsball arena.
All in all, Outback will be seeing me again. I really liked the people there, and the playing was good. Other than the heat of the day...i had an awsome time.