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Guy Upgrades Nerf's New 112 KPH Rival Zeus Blaster To Be Fully Automatic

Nerf’s new Apollo and Zeus Rival blasters are some of the most innovative additions to the toy line in decades. And while they can fire foam rounds at an impressive 112.6 KPH, there’s still room for custom upgrades as YouTuber LordDraconical demonstrates by making the Zeus fully automatic.


This Is How Fast You Can Reload Nerf's New 110kph Rival Blasters

When foam balls are whizzing past your head at 110 kilometres per hour, the last thing you want is to run out of ammo. So for its new Rival line, not only did Nerf redesign its foam ammunition, it also redesigned how you reload the magazines so it’s now much, much faster.


Our First Look At Nerf's New 112 KPH Blasters In Action

First revealed before Toy Fair 2015 earlier this year, we’re finally starting to get glimpses of Nerf’s new Rival line in action. Designed to keep older kids interested in the toys, the new blasters fire small foam balls at your opponents at speeds of up to 70 MPH, but without the pain and bruises that are common with paint ball.


Nerf's New See-Through Blasters Reveal How Their Firing Mechanisms Work

It looks like Nerf is the latest brand to find it hard to keep its Comic-Con reveals a secret. Yesterday it announced a pair of blasters from a new Doomlands line featuring clear plastic housings that make their firing mechanisms visible so you’ll finally know exactly how those darts get launched.


The First Hose-Connected Super Soaker Blasts An Infinite Stream Of Water

It’s a universal law that whoever controls the hose, controls the backyard water fight. And while Super Soakers have long provided a worthy opposition to a garden hose, the new Floodfire blaster is the first to combine both to create an unstoppable soaking machine with an infinite supply of water.


Nerf Hid A Surprisingly Capable Dart Gun In A Fashion Accessory

The Hunger Games’ Katniss Everdeen helped reinforce the idea that young women don’t have to wait for a knight in shining armour to come and rescue them; they can instead pick up a weapon and be the hero themselves. But instead of reaching for a bow and arrow, Nerf’s Rebelle line wants them to reach for its new Secret Shot that hides a four-shot blaster inside a useless, but arguably fashionable, accessory.


The Best Stuff At Toy Fair 2015

Once a year, toy companies from all over the world converge on New York to reveal what everyone will be fighting to buy their kids — or themselves — when the holidays roll around again. And once again we grabbed our cameras, put ourselves in the mind of a child (that was the easy part), and set out to find the most exciting new toys that will be hitting store shelves this year.


The Halo Needler Is Now A Real Dart Gun

Halo deathmatches are about to get real. (Except the whole dying part.) Mattel is turning the hit video game’s iconic sci-fi weaponry into awesome toy dart guns. First up: The infamous Needler.


Nerf's New Blasters Can Fire Foam Balls At Up To 113km/h

Nerf has long been known for making some of the most impressive toy weaponry kids can buy, but its foam dart blasters aren’t exactly known for their power or accuracy — until now. At Toy Fair 2015 in New York this weekend, Nerf will officially introduce its new Rival line starting with a pair of blasters that are capable of launching an inch-thick foam ball at speeds of up to 113km/h. Not surprisingly, the new line will also include face masks for added safety.


Great Odin's Raven! Nerf Made A Foam Version Of Thor's Mjölnir Hammer

With movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Jurassic World, and a new Star Wars film en route, it promises to be a banner year for toys. And everyone is getting in on the fun, including Nerf, who rarely indulges in movie tie-in products, but has revealed a foam version of Thor’s Mjölnir Hammer that you can safely bash your enemies — or co-workers — with.


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