Boomco Lives! News on the Halo Blaster Line

Thanks to @Halo_gen2 on Instagram, we have new info on this holiday season for the Boomco line.

The Blaze of Glory, a pump action, clip fed blaster, will be out in November for $34.99 at Toysrus, the starting home for most Halo blasters. In addition, a new blue version of the MA5 assault rifle will be exclusive to Amazon. As you may recall, Amazon also carried the blue version of the Rapid Madness when it first came out.

Along with the blasters, a new helmet/camera mount will be available at Gamestop, for those wanting to pretend they’re actually Master Chief. Previously, Gamestop carried the light-up Plasma Sword.

No word yet on camera compatibility, although some kind of Gopro mount would make sense.

This has me excited, as Boomco fans like myself have been wanting a pump-action springer since the line first arrived. My Flipbow has worked wonderfully for HvZ games, but the Blaze of Glory would easily replace it in my loadout.


Nerf News: Update on Modulus Mediator XL Attachments

Despite only being revealed on the web just a couple of days ago, YouTuber, Hartley Ju Nerf, has once again managed to get his hands on an unreleased blaster – the Modulus Mediator. Not only do we get a good look at the blaster and its internals but also a close look at the Mediator’s other attachments.

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Adventure Force Light Command Review

With today’s solar eclipse hitting the headlines, Prime Time Toys has taken the opportunity to promote the Light Command. As such, I figured I would review the blaster and give my thoughts. While I did receive one in the mail for review, I also went out and bought a second one for my collection. That alone should tell you that it’s a great blaster. But don’t just take my word for it – look at the pretty pictures and info!

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Leaked Nerf News: Elite SURGEFIRE!

Wow! Two Nerf news stories in one day! This time, we’re looking at big, beastly Elite blaster titled – the Surgefire! The image of this blaster was found on Baidu, although it originally came from a Taobao listing. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the actual Surgefire listed on Taobao (must have already been sold), so this screenshot will have to do. Continue reading