I have enjoyed playing at Xtreme Craze sites
in the past and this weekend I got to play Xtreme X2. First I
played their site in Londonderry, NH and on my way back through I played again
at their location in Westborough, MA. Both are impressive two story Lasertron
I felt by the third time today that I could
probably recite the Lasertron briefing video by heart, but I have to respect
the consistency of the experience from site to site when they are running this
Londonderry appears to be a much newer arena
with lots of sectors and archways glowing in bright, hot colors and all you
would want it to be.
But Westborough’s arena was still pretty
The Londonderry manager was kind enough to
hook me up with a VIP card for my next game, so I appreciated being able to use
it the same day when I passed back through Westborough. Big thanks!
There’s not a lot more that I can say about
the standard team games we played that I haven’t covered in this blog many
times before, but here’s the one thing I will share with you that’s a little
different from most times when I play Lasertron.
OK, let’s be real. I’m not genuinely bragging
about that score…I’m just appreciating the novelty of it. To be honest I know
that Lasertron is not my strong game and that score only happened because we
were in a high points base game where nobody else seemed to have a clue about
the bases, let alone defending them. But when I realized that I was going to
cross the 200,000 point mark (and be the top player at this site on this
particular day) I thought I’d better save a photo of it here for posterity
because anyone who knows me at all will tell you that you’ll never see THAT
next to my name in a Lasertron site ever again! It wasn’t the result of a
particularly challenging game, but it was something a little unusual to make me
remember this visit.
I only have one more Xtreme Craze left to
visit…I guess Foxboro will be on my radar the next time I return to