Was browsing through Play.com and saw this! Not sure how good it is, it's too vague about the paintballing really, but £13, for £300 worth of vouchers can't be that bad. The film however, well, I'm not sure. I've not seen the others. Don't mind if it gets cold (if someone has bought / know anything about the vouchers), but I thought I would throw it up here anyway.
Here's the review, sounds awful, but hey! The paintballing might be cool??
Edit: Forgot to paste the review:
One year after the events of Resident Evil 4, the T-Virus is back and Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy have to try and wipe it out. A plane crash in Raccoon City sparks a chain of events which sees Harvardville Airport ravaged by zombies and the release of a new virus which may be even more dangerous.
Was doing a bit of searching on the net, I found this website:http://www.nationwidepaintball.co.uk/residentevil/
At the bottom of that it says:
Paintball Gift Voucher Terms and Conditions:
Terms and Conditions of Voucher: This voucher is not redeemable for cash. Cash Value of 0.001p.
Conditions of Use:
1: Vouchers must be redeemed as a whole within 6 months of purchase. 2: To confirm your Easy Play places, each player must pay a £10 non-attendance deposit, redeemable on the day in the form of the players first 100 paintballs. 3: This voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. 4: Any player who fails to attend the event will lose their deposit and will not be entitled to any products. 5: Products are non-transferable for non-attendees. 6: All players must be 12 or over. 7: Only products sold or hired by the site will be allowed on the site with this voucher. 8: Every effort will be made to ensure that you can play on the date requested, but Nationwide Paintball reserve the right to cancel a session at any stage without prior notice, where upon alternative dates will be arranged or a full refund will be given. No refund will be given in the event of you cancelling your day. Any amendments or changes to the voucher/booking will be subject to a £25 administration fee. Any additional places will be charged at full price. Lunch is subject to availability on site.
So this might be a cracking deal afterall.