Hasbro reveals details about Nerf Wii blaster, even more Nerf overkill
Hasbro has revealed information about the Nerf Switch-shot EX-3, a new Nerf-branded dart gun and Wii peripheral. The company also revealed the Nerf Vulcan EBF-25, a belt-fed, motorized, tripod-mounted Nerf machine gun.
Hasbro showed off its entire upcoming Nerf line at Toy Fair, including more about the fabled
The Nerf Wii blaster is officially called the Switch Shot EX-3, and is part of the Nerf N-Strike line of blasters. The Switch Shot EX-3 functions both as a
Hasbro also showed off the Nerf Vulcan EBF-25. While it doesn't double as a Wii accessory, the Vulcan stood out as one of the most extreme examples of Nerf warfare yet. The Vulcan is a tripod-mounted, motorized Nerf machine gun that uses an ammo belt and storage box to fire up to 25 Nerf darts without reloading. It runs off of 6 'D' batteries, and it also features an N-strike clip for using additional tactical lights, scopes, or sights. The Vulcan already seems like a fearsome Nerf gun, but its motorized system and pivoting tripod practically beg for some enterprising toy modder to drill, cut, and solder on some servo motors and make their very own Nerf sentry turret. The Nerf Vulcan EBF-25 ships in Fall 2008, with a retail price of $40.