Aimed for the paintball players (or younger audiences)
4 July 2011
Summary: This game is definitely aimed toward the paintball players. The Good. The good of this game is that is portrays a paintball match quite well. It offers various real life equipment like bob longs or invert minis to v force face mask. It is tight, kinda fast paced paintball action. Its good to take that itch off when you cannot go play real paintball. That is pretty much it for this game. Speed ball is pretty fun.
Summary: Its pretty fun and addictive. It gets repetitibe at times, but overall its a good, fun paintball game. If youre looking for a good paintball game you should pick up Greg Hasting's Paintball 2, i think thats better. But this is still a good game to add to your collection.
Summary: I have both of the Greg Hastings games for the xbox and I also have this for the WII but on the Wii its hard to play. The biggest negative I have on this game is it plays like you are on a 3 mile field. At the start you can hardly see any of the other team. Then once you get a few of the other teams players out its mission impossible to find the last 2 guys. the AI is a little better than the older games but the graphics don't improve much.
Summary: NPPL Championship Paintball 2009 was a disappointment for me. I suppose it is obvious that Activision didn't want to spend a whole lot of time with this game but there is too much repitition. Pros -Gives you the on-field paintball feel -Decent gun and upgrade availability Cons -Graphics aren't great. -Super repetitive -Controls are super dodgy and unresponsive at times. -Poor multiplayer -Poor career setup Overall, this game wasn't worth the $30.00 I spent on it.
Summary: This game is 100% repetitive. Most of the different locations look exactly the same as the last match you played on, theres no skill needed to this game, its a terrible buy, as the lighting on this game sucks so badly you cant distinguish a guy from the bunker. There is a multiplayer mode. Saying that I tried it, there's maybe, I don't know 6 people ever!
Summary: The career mode is very repetitive. You go through I would guess 40-50 venues doing either capture the flag or elimination. The game is quite easy (granted I only played on the normal mode, not the hard one) since the AI is downright dumb. Where this game really shines is online. You can play in all the venues you play during carrer but then they have some woodshed? fields.
Summary: I like this game, it is a lot like the Greg Hastings Tournament Paintball Max'd except there is no split screen playing in the NPPL game. That is a little disappointing as I had a lot of fun playing the game with a friend on one console. Wish that they had that feature as well. Haven't unlocked all the gear yet either but it is good to be able to get a decent marker pretty quickly in the game. If you like paintball, you will like this game.