Lazer Tag 2 Multiplayer Battle System 2021 – who doesn’t enjoy a good game of this at some point? Laser tag has been a form of recreation for a significant number of years, enjoyed by those both young and old.
With the growing trend of laser tag, more and more manufacturers have recently come to light in the last decade or so, developing laser tag guns that are pretty impressive.
Naturally, every manufacturer believes that their particular laser gun is the best for various reasons, which can be incredibly overwhelming to those who are not exactly sure of what it is that they are looking for (and with some of these laser guns being a little rough on the wallet, it is best to know what it is that you are possibly buying) so with this being the case, we have outlined several of the best-rated laser tag guns that have been reviewed thus far in 2020.
Let’s take a look at these laser guns below:
Laser Tag Multiplayer Battle Set Reviewed 2021
The Lazertag multiplayer battle system does rank in as being one of the most expensive laser-tag guns on the market currently, coming in at $799.00 on Amazon.
With the Lazertag multiplayer system, you can either be tagged or tag fellow players in an incredibly realistic player experience.
The multiplayer system does allow “combat” with two or more players, but keep in mind that additional taggers have to be purchased separately; if you prefer to experience a single-player mode, this option is also available, with accompanying video-game attachments.
The Lazertag Multiplayer Battle system comes with two Phoenix LTX taggers, two shot-blast attachments, two Pinpoint-Targeting units, and one video game module. Now, let’s take a look at some pros and cons:
Dynasty Toys Laser Tag Set for Kids (2 Pack) and Carrying Case for Boys and Girls Birthday Party Lazer Tag Blasters
The Dynasty Toys Laser set for kids (comes in a 2-pack) comes equipped with a built-in target meaning that there is no need for a vest during play!
There are also two settings (team and blast) that are interchangeable and get be programmed on the go so no need to interrupt your game for an extended period of time and experience that unnecessary inconvenience.
Each blaster weighs a little less than two pounds apiece and has its own weaknesses and strengths, all in relation to the amount of damage that they can take, as well as how long they take to reload. Let’s take a look at the additional pros and cons below.
Users of the Laser X 88016 can blast their opponents away with little trouble, with the receiver vest that comes with the Laser X 88016 being able to get blasted from up to 200 feet away (which can be a double-edged sword depending on your skill).
The Laser X also comes with full-color lighting effects that allow you to keep track of both your shots and hits. This particular gaming set also comes with an interactive voice coach that gives tips and even feedback during your game.
Users also have the option to plug in their headphones and listen to the Laser X soundtrack (yes, it comes with a soundtrack) and the various sound effects that accompany the set.
The Laser X is also compatible with all other Laser X sets, meaning that you can either play as teams or as individuals, depending on your preference.
The Nerf Lazer Tag Phoenix comes with a complete, two-player system that lets users battle in an intense “real-life” laser combat game that features two Phoenix LTX taggers for both fun and action-packed competition with friends.
Those who play can register their hits with lights, sounds, and vibrations (which can add a level of excitement to any game).
The Nerf Tag Phoenix also includes two Phoenix LTX taggers, which require 12 “AA” batteries that aren’t included and the Phoenix LTX taggers use a class one LED, infrared light that is approximately 40 nanometers in wavelength.
The last laser tag gun that we will take a look at is the Dynasty Tag Set and Carrying Case (not to be confused with the previous Dynasty set that was reviewed previously).
The four-pack Dynasty Tag Set comes with four different settings that can be changed depending on your game style, meaning that you can play on the same team or in a free-for-all battle.
Players can choose between several teams, in addition to the blaster is the target, meaning players do not need to wear a vest. Both the blast settings and team settings are interchangeable on each blaster and can be set on the go for the convenience of players.
Overall, the general consensus depends on where you are purchasing your laser guns, or taggers,; the main (negative) issue seems to be that the guns either get delivered damaged to buyers, stops working after a short period of time, or both.
Unfortunately, this can be the case with a lot of things that we buy, no matter what industry the products are a part of; the best recommendation that can be made is to determine what it is that you are looking for and how much you want to spend.
If the price is not an option, then it may be worth spending those few extra bucks on the more fancy options, as opposed to trying to save a few dollars and having your purchase stop working after a couple of days.
Also, keep in mind that this is only the tip o20f the iceberg in regards to what is available out there so be sure to take the time to do your research accordingly!