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Spur2012 wrote a review Jul 2014
Washington, DC99 contributions56 helpful votes
Went to play laser tag but was convinced to play non paintball paintball......it's a foamy/plastic ball that is similar to paintballs. the indoor course and the staff were what made it enjoyable. The pain of the hits....not so much! Definitely worth the cost and it is an enjoyable time with the older kids. Just be advised.....it does hurt to get hit in bare skin!
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Mark E wrote a review Jun 2014
Ashburn, Virginia9 contributions1 helpful vote
We went to Sudden Combat as a father and son outing. The event started well as we enjoyed picking out realistic looking rifles and handguns to play laser tag. They create a realistic game by limiting ammunition to 15 rounds/clip for a laser tag handgun and 150 rounds/clip for the assault rifle. In order to reload you need to run back to the front desk and get your clip reset. The clips also include a CO2 cartridge that provides a small kick when you pull the trigger. The Good: When the equipment works then you are running around an indoor combat simulation shooting each other with the music cranked. The Bad: The equipment did not work. The pistol did not register a hit, even at point blank range. We had the same problem with several rifles as well. The staff were helpful and reran two games to make up for the problems. A couple more minor complaints. The music included commercials as they piped music off a free Pandora channel. I would expect them to have an appropriate selection of music (paid for). We also ran out of CO2 and the staff did not go find more for us. A bit cheap considering we were paying $10/game.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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