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Laser Fusion, Bristol
(4.5/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • Booked laser tag for my sisters birthday. There were 11 of us (mixture of kids, teens and adults) We booked it for 4 games, however, only for one game we were on our own. We were put together with loa...  more »
  • I have been going every week for 4 years as it is amazing exercise. I used to go on sundays as well but it became too tiring. Just for all you laserquest newbies I'm going to list the three rules and ...  more »
  • We booked laser fusion for my sons 9th Birthday, he invited 5 friends which was a perfect amount for my son to play with and for me to look after! The kids loved the games and the party side Brilliant...  more »
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  • Ok so I've been going to Laser Fusion at the old fire station every saturday for many years now and I can say I have no regrets doing so. The staff are on the most part, pleasant, and the most restrictive rule they have "No running." can be broken without anyone batting an eye as its not only almost impossible to enforce, but it's also something you are forced to do in the arena on occasion. As long as you ain't an idiot and run into someone at full speed who's half your size you won't get into trouble. I used to get a stitch from traversing about the distance of the road outside of the establishment, that's just how unfit I used to be. After playing Laser Quest for this long, which is still the name almost everyone refers to it as, I'm more fit than most people I know. So I can tell you from experience if your playing it the "correct" way it makes for extremely good exercise. Now don't get me wrong flaws exist, the staff often seem overworked on busy days which is a pitty, and the arena is inferior compared to most other laser tag establishment's I've went to. But the arena is big enough for maximum capacity "30 player" without it truly being overcrowded and the rest of the flaws, like dodgy packs and the strange, strange frequency of bachelor partys I've seen coming through the doors and into the depths below can be overlooked if you can actually get competent at the game itself. The satisfaction of power sliding into a room and taking out three fully grown men almost twice the size, and age of you is too good to comprehend until you've done it yourself. It takes a long time to get that good but experience can be carried over from other activities. As long as you have good reflexes, stamina, spatial awareness, and accuracy combined with knowing where to shoot, you should be decent enough to beat most other people. The only real "Problem" is the frequency of children in game. They almost always pose no challenge and both me and most of the people who I come with refer to them as "Cannon fodder" or "Minions". Don't get me wrong I have no problem with children, Heck they can even pose a challenge in numbers, like little piranhas I say. But you often feel sorry for them when you spawnlock'em (Shooting them continuously before they respawn to keep them dead) and it forces you to go easy when you want to go all out. But when they are on your team in a team game its just plain funny. If you can get them to follow you around your like a king with an army of 10 year olds who will mow down all who oppose you and its actually kinda hard to kill like, 8 of them at once. Luckily the children always enjoy the games from my experience, girls seem to like it less but they still enjoy it more than not. In the end, its fun and can be taken seriously when not against children. I'd give it a 4/5 if not for the fact that its one of, if not the only recreational activitys you can do with any frequency besides football and other outdoor sports in bristol. Fun game, Fun staff, Fun times.
  • An Ok Laser tag arena but not one of the best. The arena is too small for large groups without any vertical aspect, it also lacks aspects such as bases. However the staff are very friendly and seem to enjoy their work, they are also willing to do custom game modes for larger groups which adds to the variety.
  • Lots of fun. Went there for a work team building exercise.
  • Good kit, well maintained, well organised, above all friendly happy staff who look like they really enjoy their job. Best laser tag in Bristol by a mile! Highly recommended.
  • I went and had a blast. Get it?