This week, we begin another series of mini-reviews as we talk about another hobby of ours: Laser tag.

Two avid and long-term players, we have logged hundreds of hours in nearly a dozen arenas across four states. We know what makes a laser tag arena fun and what makes it suck.

So, if you’re in New Orleans and are interested in laser tag, whether you’re a hardcore player or just looking to throw together a party, we’re going to give you the info on three of the city’s arenas and tell you what to expect at each.

This week we are visiting Laser Tag and Games, which is both the newest and the oldest arena in the city.

The original Laser Tag and Games closed after Hurricane Katrina but, recently, the company behind it reopened at a new location just down the road and has all-new equipment and the same arena as before.

But does that make it a good place to play some laser tag? Watch the review to find out.


Laser Tag and Games
8855 Veterans Memorial Blvd,
Metairie, LA 70003
(Old CompUSA Building)




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