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The latest release from the most successful name in paintball videogames, Greg Hastings Paintball 2 features more than 10 single and multiplayer game modes each staged in 62 all-new paintball fields based on actual locations around the world. Featuring three new event branches-Tournament Speedball, Recball, and Tournament Woodsball-the game arms players with loads of classic and cutting edge gear and guns, including paint grenades and rocket launchers.

Serious "ballers" can even become general manager of their own 10-player team composed of professional and amateur paintball players. Gamers can trade players, issue commands and use their earnings from the field to build each player's individual stats, so the overall team is that much more competitive. The better the team assembled, the more tournaments a player stands to win, providing him or her with added cash to buy new gear, players and skill upgrades. Players can also take their team online and compete with up to 20 players via Xbox LIVE® or up to 8 via Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection on Wii.
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