So Nerf guns, I get. Sure, you can run out of ammo quickly for the rapid-fire ones and reloading is a pain in the arse, but it can be a bit of fun in the right circumstances. A Nerf ATV though? Yeah, not buying it.
OK, OK, it’s a kid’s toy and not designed with tactics in mind. I get that. But let’s examine it as a children’s plaything that you’d expect your kid to enjoy. I just don’t see it.
The co-ordination involved is mental. You have to pedal, aim and dodge at the same time. All I’m seeing is a poor kid slamming into a tree, mid-reload, or reversing slowly while getting pelted by soft Nerf death.
That doesn’t sound like fun. Surely not enough to warrant the hefty smile plastered on this kid’s face.
No, this $US600 monstrosity is the sort of toy that gets pulled out once, before being consigned to the Garage of Forgotten Purchases.
What we really need is a Nerf exoskeleton. Make it happen, toy people.