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CNET First Look
We filmed this epic Nerf gun battle with a flying droneWith the camera mounted on a DJI Phantom 3 Pro, CNET takes you to the epicenter of a Nerf war.
[MUSIC] There goes. So this game is a game called "flux". The central capture point in this area, got a couple guys up on the bridge with snipers. This is an elementary school where we are holding this nurf board. We have permission to do some nurf games here. Come over here and I am gonna actually show you what we are fighting with. Im gonna bring you over here to where I am flying this drown and Im gonna show you what Ive got here. This is one of my nurf guns right here Just a plastic toy and it shoots these little darts. Little foam darts about this big, flat, rubber tipped foam darts, they don't hurt anybody. Boy, looks like we have got a flanking manoeuvre right here, lets see if she can take them down, Boy. It's Ilene and Paul in the corner. She got him. She got him. Who's gonna pick up all the Nerf darts after? We do. We spend an hour, probably an hour after all these games, picking up all the different Nerf darts we fire. This gentleman right here, he's defending the bridge. He's actually got a custom Nerf gun on his wrist. Firing out Nerf darts, kind of like Iron Man. Anytime any part of the dart hits somebody, they're out. They've got to go back to the respawn. They play with honor and integrity here. People call their hits and they go back to the respawn whenever they get hit. So we're gonna head all the way across the field of battle, Blue team is defending from this side we're headed towards right now. This is in Sunnyvale, California, elementary school there. And then there's one of the members of the blue team sneaking in around that corner. Down there. He's gonna come around. Look at that. Did he get him? Did he get him? Yeah, he got them. Blue team is unstoppable. [MUSIC]