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1. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:31 BST
About a year ago, I started getting into Lazer Tag! It's an awesome experience and it's very addictive and is a healthy hobby too.
So does anybody else like zapping people at your local Lazer Tag Location? Share your memories.
Edited on Mon 31st August, 2009 @ 03:38 by Turbo_Genesis_64
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2. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:32 BST
Not since like 1985. I didn't even know it was making a comeback.
Plain old gamer :)
3. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:34 BST
What I've played of it, I've loved. It's just a shame that the closest place is miles away.
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4. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:35 BST
I play it at a professionally run Lazer Tag business where they supply the blasters and score sensor vests. The games last 15 minutes and you play on teams.
Edited on Mon 31st August, 2009 @ 03:36 by Turbo_Genesis_64
5. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:52 BST
I play once or twice a year when I get the chance. I love it, but unfortunately it is hard to find people to play, and I don't like going to play with random people because you end up with a bunch of kids and this one ridiculously good, sideways-walking dufus who probably lives there.
Come on, friends,
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6. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:54 BST
Same here. It was sooo rad back then!
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7. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:58 BST
Speaking of Rad, anyone like the movie?
8. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 04:01 BST
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9. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 04:20 BST
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Edited on Mon 31st August, 2009 @ 04:21 by Adam
10. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 05:02 BST
Support your local Arcades and Lazer Tag arenas because this sour economy has taken a bitter toll on them.
11. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 07:25 BST
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Edited on Mon 31st August, 2009 @ 07:26 by rustythekid
12. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 07:32 BST
If I didn't play paintball and have better games on every console than any arcade has to offer, I might support them. TBH, all this negative economy's done so far is weed out retailers and entertainment outlets that were coasting--economic Darwinism at its best
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13. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 09:17 BST
I love home games, but arcades offer vintage pinball machines, deluxe and classic video game expierences, and air hockey. I believe both markets can co-exist.
Also, I strongly disagree on your take on the retail bankruptcies. A month after Circuit City went out of business, the cost of TVs shot up 11% for consumers. So you can only imagine how expensive things would be if Wal-Mart was the only survior of this so-called "economic Darwinism!" In fact, I blame Wall Street's greed for this "economic devolution."
Also, the main reason why so many businesses aren't surviving is because the banks aren't lending like they used to. So I don't see the merit of that argument.
14. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 14:24 BST
I don't see the merit in the "support ___" argument. If people like something, they'll pay for it. No one is going to go play at an arcade just to "support" it; they'll go if they want to play at an arcade.
I wish there were a good arcade around here with some tournament fighters, brawlers, and shoot em ups. They're the kind of games that I only really want to play with others in person and generally aren't worth full retail price, but like you said, arcades aren't doing well, and the closest one I've found was eight hours away... which is just slightly too far.
15. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 02:32 BST
Well, I think in hard economic times if you have the extra cash help those industries in need! That's al I'm saying.
I cherish my childhood memories of arcades and I think it would be sad if they went the way of the dinosaur. I hope someday to have children and I would love it if they could experience the magic of both arcades and lazer tag.
16. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 03:27 BST
The only laser ive ever played with is an imperialist aimed at some hunters head
Edited on Tue 1st September, 2009 @ 03:27 by Modern_Legend
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17. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 04:07 BST
I miss Hunters. I loved playing as Trace.
Edited on Tue 1st September, 2009 @ 04:19 by Adam
18. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 04:12 BST
LOL trace was awesome, but i used SYLUX and Samus. Retro really could make Sylux have his own game lol. I really hope/wish retro's new project as of now is a metroid prime hunters for wii lol i know its very unlikely, but imagine the multiplayer and the depth that could have if they added even more classes/hunters and weapons
19. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 04:22 BST
I'd love to see that happen along with a story mode where you play as one of the other hunters (or more than one) instead of Samus. I'm tired of recovering the same weapons over and over. The other hunters were all so interesting. Sylux was indeed quite cool. I also liked that guy with the turrets.
20. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 04:36 BST
ya weavel hes awesome, and he would work in a story very well cuz if i remember correctly, samus severely damaged him in a space pirate conflict (apparently, i never remember shooting him in any past game but who knows, he might have been there) and he seeks revenge on her.
Sylux would also work well cuz with the special ending of corruption it looks like its him following her, they could go on with that concept