NERF Halo Blasters Revealed
The motorized NERF Halo MA40 is directly inspired by the one in Halo Infinite, and features a removable 10-dart clip (darts included) which will require 4 “C” batteries (not included) to launch at your younger siblings and/or annoying co-workers, who are hopefully wearing protective eyewear (also not included) – it also features a rail riser allowing tactical customization using other compatible NERF components. Best of all, it comes with a code to unlock the NERF MA40’s color scheme in-game so your friends online know that you’re a gigantic 10-year-old. Or possible a literal, actual 10-year-old, since the NERF Halo line is for ages 8 and up.
The NERF Halo MA40 has an MSRP of $49.99, and if that’s out of your price range, worry not! Hasbro also revealed a pair of NERF Microshot blasters based on the Needler and SPNKR, both of which come with two NERF Elite dart and an MSRP of $9.99.
While we’ve got your attention, Hasbro also revealed some gorgeous new retro-styled NERF Super Soakers, which is great news for ’90s kids who haven’t outgrown spraying each other with pressurized liquids (by which we mean water, and nothing else. We do not endorse the use of any non-water liquids in a Super Soaker.)
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The Super Soaker XP100 and XP30 both feature the classic “pump it up until your arm hurts and then squirt for your friend in the mouth for thirty solid seconds until the Super Soaker makes a noise like a hissing cat and you have to go refill it” feature. That’s uh, our description, not the official Hasbro one. Also, if you don’t like pumping things up, there’s the XP20, which just squirts when you push a plunger. The XP20, XP30, and XP100 will be available exclusively at Target with MSRPs of $7.99, $12.99, and $17.99 respectively.
Keep an eye out for more cool toy reveals in the next week, as Toy Fair is happening this weekend in New York, and it’s essentially the toy industry’s version of E3. Oh, if only we covered it like we cover E3.
Max Scoville is a host and producer and gigantic toy nerd for IGN. You can see him putting his dolls in weird poses on Instagram @MaxScoville