Takara Tomy X-Tag Light Gun

Mar 5, 2019

Category: Tech

Laser tag is an absolute blast, but having the ability to bring the game anywhere would be a dream come true. Well, now you can bring your quick-draw laser gun skills anywhere with the Takara Tomy X-Tag gun.

This mobile shooting video game will transform your smartphone into a real-world laser tag gun. Set up battles between two teams with up to 16 players on each squad for an incredible battle royale with up to 64 players. Powered by two AAA batteries, the X-Tag gun has a 360° receptor fixed on top to record when you’ve been hit and a 50-meter range to exercise your sharp-shooting skills. The mobile game has a variety of weapons and power-ups, as well as advanced features such as a radar display to view your teammates and enemies and a chat function. All you have to do is place your smartphone on the mount and connect wirelessly to start blasting away. Combining first-person shooter video games and laser tag, the X-Tag looks like an absolute blast. You can preorder one now for $48.

Purchase: $48

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