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  • Summary: Splat Magazine Renegade Paintball challenges players with over 25 white-knuckle single player Tournament and Fieldball matches. For those who want more than single player competition, the game offers online multiplayer action via Xbox Live and System Link as well as Two Player Split Screen, and Internet and LAN play for PC. Multiplayer and single player gamers can even design and customize their levels with the expansive Field Editor game feature. This option allows the player to create the ultimate paintball field to "gog" their opponents including choosing from 13 distinct indoor and outdoor environments such as arenas, stadiums, cities, hills, Wild West, military testing ground, and more. Additionally, hundreds of themed objects like trees; bushes, forts, buildings, junked cars and even a helicopter are available to be placed wherever needed. Adjust the size and texture of placed objects to increase the variety in the paintball arena. The ability to place power-ups such as: invincibility, ricochet, rapid fire, cannonball, sniper and ghost adds to the action and increase the competition. Collapse
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  2. Negative: 7 out of 14
  1. Shooting a fly with a BB gun might be easier than hitting A.I. opponents in Splat Renegade Paintball.
  2. Though Splat Magazine Renegade Paintball has some serious problems, it delivers an authentic paintball experience rife with intense, adrenaline-pumping action that is sure to please fans of the sport, and possibly snag some new ones in the process.
  3. 60
    Due to the game's poorly crafted A.I., this isn't really a game to play alone. Much like actual paintball, Splat Magazine Renegade Paintball just isn't any fun without some friends.
  4. 42
    The single player portions of this game are not fun. The bot A.I. is erratic, models occasionally disappear and reappear steps ahead, and many of the game's paintball guns are annoyingly inaccurate.
  5. 40
    As a budget release, Renegade Paintball is a bit more robust than you would imagine, but the buggy gameplay, along with several more oddities will be quick to remind you that yes, this is yet another half-baked budgetware title to forget about.
  6. Not only is this game absolutely atrocious, but you generally don't want to give a machine a reason to hate you.
  7. Just a visually ugly game, through and through. [Jan 2006, p.68]

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  1. [Anonymous]
    Oct 27, 2005
    Campaign game is just as laggy as real "LIVE".