Tuesday, October 23, 2012

10-man Trick or Treat?

Mr. Curious is already on the scene and is reporting the 10-man field appears to be using the Sup'Air "urban" props used by the Millennium at the recent Paris-Disney event for the new Classic division. If true, Sup'Air punks the PSP again. (When will it stop?) Also, if true, I predict some unhappy 10-man teams.

EDIT ADDED: PBA posted an Instagram of a portion of the field 45 minutes ago and confirmed it was the 10-man field. Of course they had to know a while ago what prop set they would be using. Why didn't they release that information sooner?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

They should allow the use of squad busters at least.

TJ said...

I would be so, so disappointed if I had to play on that.

Anonymous said...

Seems like the perfect time for PSP to leave Sup'air...

EC Lil Baller said...

That's gonna be fun for the refs!!

Reiner Schafer said...

It will be interesting to see what kind of naming systems teams will come up with. Saloon, hayloft, outhouse, blacksmith...should be fun.

Anonymous said...

You could fit a whole 10-man team behind some of those and have room to stretch out.

Anonymous said...

10 man used to be on some weird @$$ hyper pipe fields. Back then the name of the game was adaptation. Should quit whining and have fun playing the game the way it was supposed to be played. Lets get real, 10man division isn't about seeing who's the best Race2 team after all.

Baca Loco said...

Anon
Race 2-2? That's where you're going? Newflash--except for the kids playing it nobody cares who wins Race 2-2 in any division.
Nor is this purely about the props but about PSP being dictated to by Sup'Air--and as a consequence everyone who competes in a PSP tournament jump to the Adrenaline Games tune.

Anonymous said...

That looks like ass. Really, it does.

Anonymous said...

Baca, that anon did not refer to Race 2-2 at all. Oops! I think the 10 man field looks fine.

Baca Loco said...

Fair enough. You're still an Anon. p)