|Nerf LTX's with Pinpoint Sights!|
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|RapidFire Prototypes in Use|
With the Light Strike brand out there and either being praised or condemned by it's users, it's actually helping the LTX I think. A 2 player set of LTXs, even at the normal 69.99USD price that Toys R Us has is still cheaper than buying a set of Assault Strikers from Wowee. Also, the LTX has better features and abilities than Light Strike in terms of range, sensors, and aesthetics in my honest opinion. Perhaps Light Strike has turned some buyers to the LTX instead. They are continually stocked at local Toys R Us stores and if Hasbro is confident enough in the LTX to release it with a value pack that includes a Pinpoint Sight, that's got to be a good sign.
next generation of laser tag toting compatible features with the LTX and the LTTO line, we might be able to actually invite this new system into a welcoming crowd of laser taggers. I think part of the reason the LTX's initial release didn't do well was because, aside from the few hardcore laser taggers who knew about it, it kind of came out of nowhere. If we can get enough folks on board with laser tag and follow it's release in anticipation and give it the attention it deserves, the hostile economy might not be so hard on this guy when it comes out in Winter of 2012.