Along with the release of the Accelerator comes the Titanium, a reshell of the Dart Zone Powerball. It maintains the same basic form and function, but with a few differences. And it still works well as a low-cost alternative to Nerf Rival spring-based blasters, especially now that expanded hoppers are a thing,
When news leaked that Prime Time Toys (home of the Dart Zone brand) was expanding their Rival-type product line, I was excited. The Powerball had only been out half a year, but had already proven great performance for a good price. Officially released today was not only a revamped springer, but a Zeus/Hera competitor known as the Accelerator. Available at Walmart for $28, it’s not the perfect blaster, but there are still plenty of good things to find.
As many would agree, Super Soakers don’t quite fit in with the whole Zombie Apocalypse theme, with all that said, Nerf has continued to make another two Zombie Strike Super Soakers, the Dreadsight and the Ripstorm! Both these new water blasters were listed on Entertainment Earth.
With the new Avengers Infinity War movie coming soon to cinemas, it is time for some more cross-promotional Nerf blasters. The new Avenger themed blasters are a part of a new series, known as Assembler Gear. From the leaked images on Baidu, there is a Star-Lord, Hulk, Captain America, Iron-Man and Spiderman (Iron-Spider) blaster.
The new year has brought with it not just bone-chilling temperatures, but a cool new refresh to the Nerf blaster line. Since the Mediator is being released in three separate pieces, we’ll do the same for our review.
The stock is large and extremely comfortable, especially for adults. It also includes a Double Strike-type blaster that sits within the stock. A comfy stock and hidden secondary? That might be your thing.