We’ve seen companies make alterations to blasters on the market, and we’ve seen brand new versions. For example, Hasbro remade many old Nstrike blasters in their creation of the Nstrike Elite line. We’ve also seen Elite blasters recolored and labeled “Elite XD”, with supposedly greater ranges (spoiler: they didn’t).
Now, Buzz Bee Toys has a new version of the Jaguar appearing on store shelves. It claims to be an Ultra Tek blaster, with ranges to match. But is it a redesign, or a marketing stunt? All indications signal the former!
The Nerf Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K has now officially been revealed to Popular Mechanics and one of their writers even got to try one out! Although most information regarding the Nemesis was already known, due to the leaks, there are some other key details about this blaster you may like to know.
If you thought the Khaos was a chaotic Nerf blaster, think again, because Winston Wong’s leaked image of the Nerf Rival Nemesis may just be the most hectic Nerf blaster out there!
As we approach Toy Fair and the many new products to be revealed, let’s first do some basic online research and see what information is already available. There are, of course, products whose existence has been leaked online and already been reported – see our recent post concerning the Mega Twinshock. Today’s post, however, will be based more on good old database searching and online sleuthing skills!
Generally speaking, most info can be found at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
YouTube Nerf reviewer, ‘Hartley Ju Nerf’ has recently filmed a super early review of the MEGA Twinshock. How he got his hands on the unreleased blaster, we have no clue – but as suggested by WalcomS7, it’s most likely a leaked sample for the upcoming New York Toy Fair. The Toy Fair is only in one month’s time so we’ll see if we’re correct or not. Hartley Ju states that the blaster will be available in 2018 but I’m sure we’ll see it in stores before then, possibly this summer for the northern hemisphere.
The Desolator is one of the blasters in Doomlands’ subtheme, Impact Zone. This subtheme features a primarily white colour scheme, in contrast with regular Doomlands’ primarily yellow/orange colour scheme. The Desolator is often compared to the cheaper and simpler Elite Stryfe, as both are compact semi-auto flywheelers. Being compared to the Stryfe is by no means a bad thing however, as the Stryfe is one of the best and most popular modern blasters. Being compared to a great blaster is one thing, living up to expectations is another. Does the Desolator live up to its expectations?