It’s no surprise that I collect Nerf blasters. I haven’t really expressed the size of my collection. Now while my collection doesn’t match up to the arsenal of others, a few of my friends have been calling me the Tony Stark of Nerf Guns. (more…)
The Nerf RIVAL line has a decent line of products currently released on the market, so i just figured I’d chime in on creating my ideal RIVAL loadout. Please not however, that some of these products aren’t readily available in the United States. (more…)
Last time I left off I was covering upcoming blasters from this year’s New York Toy Fair. Something new coming this year is the Nerf ZombieStrike Dreadbolt Blaster. One of the main focuses for this Blaster that really caught my attention is the fact that rather than using the traditional darts, it uses arrows. It definitely looks like an interesting Blaster, the Green and the orange mix really well together it also reminds me of The Walking Dead just an interesting aesthetic considering it correlates to zombies. I may consider picking this up later in the fall depending on the size and depending on how the reviews are but so far it looks really nice and really interesting.
With the New York Toy Fair around the horizon, Hasbro revealed a new entry into its RIVAL line of blasters, The Nemesis MXVII-10K.
Similar to its other predecessors in the RIVAL series, it fires balls instead of darts, and can fire them up to speeds of 70 mph. The Nemesis is a flywheel blaster, so it has two battery-powered wheels that flings ball shaped ammo out of its barrel. While it’s similar to previous models of blasters, what’s new is its capacity. Rather than magazines or clips, the Nemesis uses a huge hopper that holds up to 100 rounds.
The Nemesis MXVII-10K will be available for purchase this fall for $99.99 MRSP.