The SS 50 was also announced in the press release from Hasbro.
I'm still wondering why no one is interested in the re-release of the Supersoaker 50, or in these from the UK Nerf video:
As for the other Nerf blaster in the picture, it appears to be the Vengeance REV-8 that is found in the Wii N-Strike game. I just checked my copy of the game to look it up. It's just an 8-shot revolver, so a smaller Firefly without photoelectric darts.
Ah, I bed to differ. It looks to me like those things have 10 shots, and the Dart Tag box in the background screams "Furyfire" to me. I'm definately excited if there's a new air Dart Tag Blaster
For those who don't know:
NERF DART TAG FURYFIRE 2-Player Set
(Ages 8 years & up/Approximate Retail Price: $39.99/Available: Fall 09)
Gear up and go with the new NERF DART TAG FURYFIRE 2-Player Set
. Complete with two new rapid-fire FURYFIRE blasters featuring auto-advance barrels that hold ten darts
, two redesigned scoring vests, two sets of VISION GEAR eyewear and 20 DART TAG DARTS, the NERF DART TAG FURYFIRE 2-Player Set inspires engaging, energetic team play. Each set includes one green and one orange blaster
; gather a group and divide teams by color to create an extreme NERF DART TAG environment. No batteries required. Each set sold separately.
(Bolded that which I thought was important)
But anyways, that's going way off topic of the Raider. If we want to discuss the Furyfire, let's make another massive speculation thread
also glint i'll keep that statement recorded in my sig for ya XD
Thanks for that foxdemon.
I think I may wind up regretting saying what I did... but whatever. THere's no way this thing's basically an exact replica of the recon.The least
they could do would be to put in a bigger inverted plunger set up... And I mean, there's gotta be something special in there for the "Slam" mode to work...
Edited by Glint, 16 February 2009 - 10:36 AM.