The indoor generation is inside a lot because many of the activities they like to do or commit time to are also inside. Like gaming.
The biggest obstacle BaseTactics has to overcome on a daily basis is simply people's perception of the words "laser tag." Even when I hear it I think: "sweaty vest, dark room, pew-pew noises." That's because there's still too many laser tag owners today that are living in the 1980's. Sad thing is - there are hundreds of people that still pay them good money to play in a dark room with sweaty vests!
We think they just don't know what they're missing.
That's why we're not in the laser tag business - not really. We use the term, but just like the two images below are both called a "phone," they're not the same. Same words but neither describes the freedom and general industry overhaul that came with the mobile phone.
In 2007, when Apple announced in a press release that Steve Jobs had re-invented the phone, the concept behind the word phone changed: "MACWORLD SAN FRANCISCO - January 9th, 2007- Apple today introduced iPhone, combining three products — a revolutionary mobile phone, a widescreen iPod with touch controls, and a breakthrough Internet communications device with desktop-class email, Web browsing, searching and maps — into one small and lightweight handheld device." (See More at Apple Press Info).
The world didn't change because an invention had been created. The world changed because customers began to demand it. The "something new" in the market had all the things we were looking for and therefore we began to re-name the phone through our recommendations, reviews, words, and purchases.
BaseTactics (although nowhere near as cool as Apple) is offering a new revolutionary, high-tech option for a simple game we used to call laser tag. Every time one of our customers gets the chance to be immersed in our live action battlefield, they go home, tell their friends, and help re-define the industry. We hope you'll listen up, because here's what they've got to say:
So ive now played laser tag with Base Tactics 2 times and I plan on playing alot more!! They have alot of different game modes, 69 different weapons, and a pretty awesome map that is going to get even crazier!! The owners/instructors are very nice, helpful, and understanding!!! This is a must do!!!! Btw the guns are awesome and extremely accurate!!!Posted on Facebook Reviews by Brandon Taylor on Sunday, June 12, 2016
This was absolutely amazing! Definitely not your typical Lasertag. With many many simulation assault rifles including snipers and a mystery box in which anything from a tommy gun to a pistol can be drawn, this is a must do experience. My friend and I are PSU alumni and we were visiting State College when came across this event looking for Lasertag and we had a blast! The instructors/owners/hosts were fabulous! Very friendly and explained the rules really easily. The terrain for play made me feel like I was in a real battle and the equipment was beyond anything I've ever played with! I'm only sorry I didn't wear camouflage and get some walkies for more strategic play, but my friend and I will be ready next time! (Haha you don't need any of those things to play, we just get competitive). Highly recommend! Can't say enough amazing this about this experience!Posted on Facebook Reviews by Lianna N on Sunday, May 29, 2016
I can not rave enough about this business and these people!!!!! They made my daughters birthday such a magical day! I loved how they worked with the kids and how they helped keep the game moving along at a perfect pace! If you do laser tag anywhere...do it with base tactics!!!! You will not be disappointed!!!Posted on Facebook Reviews by Teresa Dunham on Sunday, April 24, 2016
Had a great time with my son. Not your typical lazer tag, this was so much fun!!! Great price, great staff, great way to spend a few hours. But just be careful where you park your car mine took fire (not really).. But I now have an inside joke with the staff!! Thanks guys for the great time!!!Posted on Facebook Reviews by Matthew Nolder on Saturday, April 16, 2016
I wasn't sure about this at first. Felt a little sceptic when I was watching others playing. Then when I played for the first time, I was hooked. Call it a date night if you want, but it is great fun you can have with your spouse, friends and family. Can't wait for the next event! Get ready to have a blast!Posted on Facebook Reviews by Di Anne Beiler on Sunday, October 11, 2015
THE FN P90.
This is my favorite gun Base Tactics has to offer.
Not only does it accurately simulate a P90, but it does so in in a gun that feels like the real thing. The current “hard bodies” that Base Tactics uses aren’t based on real weapons, but rather amalgamations of many types of firearms. This isn’t the case with the P90, since the manufacturer of the guns has actually copied the real P90’s size, weight and feel.
The P90 came into use in 1991 after five years of development. Designed and manufactured by FN, a Belgian company, it was to replace the then-current 9mm submachine guns. European police and military forces liked the 9mm parabellum round in handguns, but they needed a round with more velocity in a submachine gun. FN answered this call with the 5.7×28mm, which is essentially a .22 Hornet. That means a very fast, flat-shooting projectile that will meet the target at a significant distance, without causing excessive damage. Think of it like a rapier, compared to the 9mm’s broadsword.
They decided on a bullpup design for the gun itself, to allow for compact carry and maneuvering.
What I like most about playing with this gun, is that you can get a tight, shouldered grip on it, which increases your accuracy ten-fold compared to using a gun without a stock. The red-sot sight is perfectly elevated to allow rapid sight and target acquisition, which really counts when clearing small or short-range areas of that rascally enemy. If you’re not used to the slope of the grip, your wrist can start to get sore after a couple rounds of playing, but you quickly forget about it as you take out target after target.
As far as the simulation itself: they really did an excellent job capturing the essence of FN’s prize creation. The P90 is a select fire weapon, which means it can be fired in semi-automatic (one shot per trigger pull) or full-automatic. The magazine has the real-life capacity of 50 rounds and takes 4 seconds to reload, which is also just like the real thing. In full-automatic, it fires at the “maximum” rate, which is about 800 rounds per minute. The real P90 fires at...
Halo Reach fans in the Vancouver area got the experience of a lifetime when Xbox used the latest in laser tag technology to create a fully immersive, live action Halo Reach Event. Check out how Xbox uses the same tech BaseTactics does to create a live action video game on the streets of Toronto in this YouTube Video.