Monday, January 25, 2010

Upcoming Nerf Releases for 2010!

Check out the latest Nerf information from Hasbro's 25 Jan 2010 Nerf press release!

Press release Link: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=68329&p=irol-newsArticlePR&ID=1378539&highlight=

Preview Photos from the recent Hong Kong Toys and Games Fair 2010 posted on the Nerf Facebook Page (http://www.facebook.com/NerfNation):









- Photos property of Hasbro/Nerf 2010


Lots of new Nerf products to look forward to in 2010!

36 comments:

  1. If I could, I would raid that whole booth... Bur I would leave the sport items as I won't need them.

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  2. When are the Tactical vest and pouches (far right) going to be on sale in the US?

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  3. No info on release dates for the Nerf Tactical Vest or Pouches yet... i guess we'll just have to keep a lookout for their appearance on store shelves soon. :)

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  4. Nerf has posted a video about the upcoming products and some of the dates in this video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIegYnoNfZ4

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  5. where is this store located?

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  6. As described in the blog post, the upcoming Nerf range was displayed at the Hong Kong Toys and Games Fair 2010.

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  7. Cool. plz post any new info on the 9-9-10 nerf gun. I can't wait!

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  8. Two questions for you: 1, What do you think the 9/9/10 blaster is like, and 2, why the heck would you want "cammo ammo", they would be easier to lose.


    P.S. Ill probably have more questions.

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  9. Jess,

    If you check around the various Nerf forums, there are lots of hints posted on the upcoming 9.9.10 blaster.

    Just a head-start on your info search, the model is called the Nerf Big Blast.

    Keep a lookout for more confirmed information avaliable for that blaster.

    All i can comment about camouflaged coloured foam darts is that anyone who uses them in outdoor Nerf games shouldn't complain about losing more their darts. :)

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  10. Jess,

    You can check out the various Nerf forums and sites for updated info, here are some links:

    NerfSG Forum (Singapore)
    http://www.nerfsg.com

    NerfHaven Forum (USA)
    http://www.nerfhaven.com

    Nerf Official Facebook Page
    http://www.facebook.com/nerfnation

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  11. I really want to get this gun, but i hope is note another vulcan, what do you think??? I was thinking it might be a spartan.

    On the description it said it is a auto gun that can fire 50 darts before having to load, needs 6 D batteries

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  12. Jess,

    Well, not much point speculating on it at the moment, its best to just keep a look out for more confirmed information on the upcoming blaster popping up soon. :)

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  13. Is there any way you can get it before it comes out?

    Is the Deploy worth the money?

    Is the rapid fire 20 worth it for my friend? He loves to run around and shoot like crazy, thats why he has the magstrike, but its like one unbeatable shot, then you got to pump it a lot, and you can't just fire one at a time.

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  14. Jess,

    Well, i wish i could... but reality is, just like everyone else, i also get new blasters only once they appear in stores. :)

    The Deploy is basically a variation of the Recon, featuring a pump-action front grip and "deploy" feature. I guess it'll appeal to nerfers who like the design.

    The Rapid Fire 20 is popular with nerfers who like high RoF blasters, sounds like your friend's gameplay style suits it well. :)

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  15. yeah, one thing that sucks, is that his magstrike only came with one clip. :'( And, if you could fire one at a time it could be a defense weapon, as well as a crazy invador's minigun.

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  16. Jess,

    Well, the Magstrike can fire in burst-fire mode, simply pull the trigger briefly under control, so it only fires in bursts of 2-3 shots.

    Most nerf players usually get the Dart Tag versions of the Magstrike which comes with 2 clips (and purchase more from others), and do mods to enable the Magstrikes to fire more clips in-between pump ups.

    Check out my Magstrike Mod Guides:

    Air Bladder Mod
    http://modworks.blogspot.com/2009/08/nerf-magstrike-mod-enhanced-air.html

    Air Compressor Mod
    http://modworks.blogspot.com/2010/03/nerf-magstrike-mod-air-compressor.html

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  17. I was wondering if i should get the dart tag set ($44) that comes with two furyfires, ammo, two dart tag vest thingys, two sets of glasses, and the electronic flag. Or should i spend $34 and get the longstrike?

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  18. oh, or the vulcan, for $39.99

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  19. Jess,

    The Furyfire 2-player set with the electronic flag would be ideal if you are looking to play Dart Tag Capture-The-Flag (CTF) games.

    The Longstrike is basically a Recon in a different casing design. Most people get the Longstrike mainly for its design.

    If you want a fully-automatic motor driven belt-fed blaster, then the Vulcan is the blaster to get. :)

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  20. yeah, prob not the longstrike, and prob not the vulcan, but the set looks good because my friends love that kind of thing. P.S. My nerf war was very fun.

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  21. oh COOL!

    Go to youtube and watch nerf guns of 2010 by starbuddy132

    P.S. read the captions he wrote!

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  22. Jess,

    Well, the videos just show screen captures from the Nerf N-Strike Wii game. The majority of those models are just concept "virtual" blasters for the game.

    Imho, that youtuber definitely needs to get some spell checking done on his video captions. :)

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  23. err, what i ment was he works for nerf and apparently they are making prototypes of those blaster at this very moment, and i thing the nerf big blast could be the semberfire. He said it didn't have 200 rounds, but it has a lot. and it is full auto.

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  24. Jess,

    Prototypes and design concepts are one thing, but actual production model info are what you should look at.

    There are plenty of chaps online claiming to be working for Nerf but are actually just kids with grand imaginations.

    Its okay to check out what others speculate about on upcoming product releases, but do take such info posted with a pinch of salt.

    Imho, until a new blaster is officially announced by Nerf, it'll still remain as pure speculation. :)

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  25. Billy, it is like a teaser for the new "Clear the Way" Nerf guns in 9-9-10 they're going to be transparent. The will make the:
    Deploy
    Recon
    Raider
    Maverick
    Nitefinder

    I think thats it, possibly the Longstrike

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  26. Stampede ECS-50

    I hope this gun turns out to be good
    Thanks for all the posts and info

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  27. hey do u know the releases date for the deploy in new zealand?

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  28. FlightSimNZ,

    I've no idea of the Deploy availability in NZ.

    Perhaps you can just give a call to the Hasbro office in NZ to check with them on it. :)

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  29. I got an email from nerf about the 9-9-10 blaster, It is called the fast blast.I know there already is one but it's true.

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  30. Um I saw an advert a while back, there was this disk launching target thing, it basically fired disks into the air and the objective was to hit those disks with your darts, any ideas? Btw I'm not talking about nerf vortex.

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    1. Anonymous,

      Yup, that was called the Nerf N-Strike Disk Shot. :)

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  31. Where is this place? Singapore what place

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    1. Anonymous,

      This post was made in 2010 (more than 3 years ago), as mentioned the photos were from the Toys & Games Fair in Hong Kong.

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