The Hotshock is a small, simple Mega blaster that was released back in 2016. I paid very little attention to it at the time as I had little interest in Mega or single shot blasters. However, MHvZ recently introduced the Mega zombie, a zombie only stunnable by a Mega dart. As they are severely limited in number, I chose to pick up just a basic Mega blaster to combat them.
The Double Drum, better known as the Barbarian, formerly Blizzard, is another new Buzz Bee blaster based on an older design. It is a pump-to-fire blaster fed from two large cylinders, very similar to the older Buzz Bee Sidewinder. Given I was pleasantly surprised by the latter blaster, I held some hope that this blaster would be decent, despite its pump-to-fire nature.
Disclaimer: This blaster was sent to me by Buzz Bee Toys for review. I will do my best to ensure that the review remains as objective and unbiased as possible.
This is a review that’s been long overdue. I first got to see Nerf Nitro at Toy Fair. I’ve had the Motofury in my possession for many months, taken it to events like Foamcon, and even opened it up for science. Somehow, though, the car blaster got buried as work and life marched on. Only today did I come across it again, and realize just how much fun I’d been missing.
The Motofury Rapid Rally is the largest launcher in the Nitro lineup; it is also motorized for semi-auto, well, auto blasting. And for some strange reason, it’s ridiculous fun for people of any age.
During the 2017 Hascon Event, Hasbro revealed a number of exciting new Nerf blasters. If you’ve been keeping up with the leaked Nerf news, you may already recognise some of the blasters that were displayed. With all that said, there were still a few surprises. Unfortunately the BlasterHub team couldn’t make it to the event but thanks to social media and Nerf YouTuber, LordDrac, we’ve got a good glimpse of what was shown off.
Today at Melbourne HvZ we introduced a new zombie, the Mega zombie, and spent much of the day play-testing it. In this Nerf Game Report, I’ll be going through the blasters that saw use, the game modes we played, and in particular how the Mega zombie affected games.
Reddit user ‘Willmenx’ has stumbled across a new Stryfe blaster on Amazon.com. Along with the new Modulus colour scheme, the re-released blaster also includes the original Modulus grip and the Ion-Fire’s barrel, as well as six modulus darts and a six-dart magazine.