I’m a little late on this one, sorry. In case you don’t know here are the rosters for the 2008 NXL all-star match.
Boston: Aleksandr Berdnikov & Mikhail Knyazev
Tampa Bay: Bryan Smith & Ramzi El-Yousef
Philadelphia: Konstantin Federov & Ryan Moorhead
Chicago: Darcy Schlickenmayer & Nick Slowiak
Impact: Josh Davey & Justin Cornell
Avalanche: Danny Tiljak & Adam Geis
X-Factor: Archie Montemayor & Cody Bayless
Dynasty: Ryan Greenspan & Davey Williams
Oakland: Glenn Takamoto & Benigno Benedicto
Los Angeles: Oliver Lang & Mikko Huttunen
Seattle: Rocky Knuth & Mikey Lew
Aftermath: Alex Goldman & Bobby Aviles
The match will be held on Sunday, June 29, 2008. The match will consist of 3 games. The East have been the reigning champs for 2 years, the West is about due for a win.
Players obviously bring their equipment with them to events, and this equipment values to lots of moola. Unfortunately, some people are douchebags and decide to steal your shit and sell it. Well, APPA has a solution for this situation and that is players are now able to bring their gearbag to the registration tent and pay a $10 fee for them to secure all your gear so you have more time to play around at the event without having to worry about your gear being unattended. There will also be an option to have your stuff locked up overnight, so you don’t even have to bother hauling all your gear to and from the hotel. Gear-sitting will begin at the 2008 Chicago PSP Open.
South Jordan, UT is considering a ban on paintball markers, BB guns, air guns, and gun replicas. The city council is considering this ban because the police have received many complaints about people running around with weapons but then it turns out that those “weapons” are actually fake. People need to realize what’s real and what’s not and those idiots that are running around with their airsoft guns, paintball markers, or replicas should not do it in an area where there are plenty of people to see. Similar bans have already been en stated in other cities in Utah, such cities include: Salt Lake City, West Jordan, West Valley City and North Salt Lake.
SPLATXD is splat magazine except now online. Splat will no longer be sold in stores. I didn’t really read through the issue but I did “flip” through the pages and from what I saw, it looked very nice. It’s pretty much what any Splat magazine was like but now it’s on your computer monitor and there are little videos throughout the issue. It kind of sucks that you have no control over the videos though, but I assume that Splat is working on that.
I find the “snake” a little odd. It’s not really a snake, more of a little fort at the 50. I don’t really feel like analyzing the field since I don’t play PSP but for yall PSP players, have fun with this field setup. The games will definitely be interesting to watch.