Monthly March game with MHvZ. I had to leave a little earlier than usual but saw more than enough action.
The Crossbolt is one of the more unusual and more interesting blasters released in 2015. It’s a bullpup clip (mag) blaster, which hasen’t happened since the 2012 Rayven (and its repaints), but more importantly is a stringer clip (mag) blaster, which is a first. How does it compare to its more conventional springer and flywheeler cousins?
This was my first MLF event, an intermediate level group that acts as a good bridging group from the more casual MHvZ, and the more sophisticated Melbourne Nerf Wars.
This is the first game report I’m posting here, but I’ve posted many more back on my own blog. These posts follow a relatively simple format: All rules and gametypes are given first, followed by all the significant/notable blasters used and a quick description of how each of them performed, then my thoughts on the day – the gametypes, the play area, etc.
The Breakflip is one of the newer BoomCo blasters, released well after the original batch and sporting a distinct and unique colour scheme. More importantly, it promises a continuation of BoomCo’s clip system with a flick-prime capable blaster. How does the Breakflip compare to Nerf’s clip (mag) system blasters?
Toy Fair is around the corner, but Nerf already has something new for it’s fans!
Leading up to Toy Fair, Nerf goes ahead and announces their new blasters for the year. This year we have 4 new ones of the Rival, Mega, and N-Strike styles. These large blasters will be sold starting Fall 2016, so keep an eye out at your local stores.