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Lazer Tag 2-in-1 Review

Lazer Tag 2-in-1 Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 18, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Play a high-octane game of laser tag without ever leaving your house.

You don’t have to leave your house to play laser tag anymore! Experience the thrill and competition of Lazer Tag like never before. Famous toymaker Hasbro Inc. takes this popular high-adrenaline game to the next level, with new features including a videogame attachment for solo play.

The Lazer Tag 2-in-1 system brings all the action of laser tag to life, with elements that let you customize your tagger so you can actually FEEL the thrilling game of electronic tag while you play with your friends. Each Lazer Tag 2-in-1 system comes complete with two taggers, two green dot sights for problem-free targeting and two Shot Blast attachments featuring pump action for bigger blasts. Whether you’re playing head-to-head with other taggers or engaging in team play, the thrill of regular laser tag is taken to new heights with the system’s light and sound features, as well as the following extras:

  • A Rumble Pack to let you know when you’ve been hit
  • A recoil feature is engaged with every shot you fire
  • The Shield Button protects you from incoming fire
  • A Manual Reload feature restocks your ammo after you fire 10 shots
  • The Smart Rail system lets you modify your tagger with new accessories and weapons to fit your own personal mission

  • And, if you’re in the mood for battle but can’t find an opponent, the Lazer Tag 2-in-1 system lets you enjoy the fast-paced action of laser tag anytime, even if it’s by yourself, in the comfort of your own home! This high-tech system features a videogame attachment that connects to your tagger and plugs into your TV set for a first-person blaster game of laser tag, where you’ll enjoy a challenging battle in a variety of cool virtual locations while feeling all the rumbles and recoils along the way.

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  • You can play with a friend or alone using the videogame attachment

  • The set comes complete with two toy guns

  • This lifelike toy lights up, makes firing sounds and vibrates

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  • Two AA batteries are required, but not included

  • To play alone using the videogame attachment, you’ll need a TV set

  • Rating: 4

    Age range: For kids ages eight (8) years old and up

    Price: 5

    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5

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