Nerf Skeet Shot Disc Launcher ReviewDecember 14, 2021
Long ago (2007), Nerf released the N-Strike Disk Shot, a device that threw targets into the air for dart aficionados. For $50, you got a large base, six targets, an EX-6 Element blaster, and a remote control for firing the discs. It was a fun experience, provided you had an outlet nearby for the AC adapter (as well as high ceilings).
14 years later, Jazwares has made their own version under the Nerf name. The discs are smaller, the base is battery powered, and no remote (or blaster) comes with it. But for $35, you can relive the good old days. And it does the job well!
Nerd LMTD Destiny Gjallarhorn Page Goes Live!December 7, 2021
It was announced earlier this year, though no information was given. Now, on the Bungie Store, we finally have some pictures and info! Although ordering is still a long way off…let’s dive in, shall we?
Amazon Kronos Repaints Now Available!December 2, 2021
On the one hand, this wasn’t a total surprise. Amazon has had exclusive repaints of the Nerf Strongarm, Disruptor, and Hammershot blasters before this. They like waiting a few years after popular blasters have released, and getting new colors to lure in the impulse buys and collectors! Not to mention the lack of Kronos blasters on store shelves currently; new sources of base blasters for mods like the Kronos Mega XL Conversion Kit are appreciated!
In any case, here are the links for the various blasters, in their unique new color schemes. Even if you’re only into stock blasting, the Kronos is by far one of the best sidearms you can find!
Nerf Minecraft Pillager’s Crossbow ReviewNovember 28, 2021
Every blaster line has winners and losers. Nerf Minecraft is no different.
The Stormlander, while clearly meant for Minecraft fans, has a certain charm to it, even for those of us who don’t play the video game franchise. The same can’t be said, however, of the Pillager’s Crossbow. It doesn’t look good, it’s more expensive, and it’s awkward in hand. Whatever the merits of the blaster, it just looks and feels like a hunk of plastic that happens to shoot darts. And that’s hard to recommend.
Nerf Minecraft Stormlander ReviewNovember 25, 2021
AUTHOR’S NOTE: Hasbro was kind enough to send me free samples for review. Thanks, guys!
Out of basically nowhere, Nerf not only announced another license, but also a new line of blasters, available online from Walmart! (I ordered them on Monday, and they arrived yesterday at the same time as the free samples). The blasters are fairly basic to start with (two three-shot blasters, and three Microshots), but they nail the Minecraft feel down.
Today, however, we start with the Stormlander Hammer, an item from the Minecraft: Dungeons game. The Nerf version is a blaster that, instead of lightning, can fire theee darts in quick succession. How much you need it, however, depends entirely on your level of fandom and roleplay interest.
Nerf Rival Curve Shot Helix ReviewNovember 18, 2021
The Rival line isn’t dead yet! The Curve Shot sub-series was this year’s entry, featuring adjustable barrels for sending shots to the sides (or down, for that matter). The first two blasters, the Sideswipe and the Flex, performed well as blasters and moderately well for trick shots. They were also available at multiple retail sites.
The Helix, however, is a Target exclusive. It’s also the best of the three, as long as you handle the blaster properly to account for the hopper design. Let’s take a closer peek!
Titan Forge Blasters Nerf Kronos Mega XL Conversion Kit ReviewNovember 16, 2021
Due to a busy life (work, weekend plans, etc), I simply don’t have as much time for modding as before. However, after having so much fun with Mega XL, I wanted more (and less chunky) options. And this kit clearly fits the bill.
Titan Forge Blasters has designed a kit for converting the Nerf Rival Kronos. Now, you can have a small sidearm that fires Mega XL quite well, up to 80fps. It takes some arm strength to use, of course. But having a small, powerful option for large ammo opens up possibilities. You can even purchase the files for personal use and 3d printing, if you don’t want to order the parts themselves.
Let’s dive in!