This video begins with some bored Australian kids. It ends about as John Woo as you can get without doves flying out of something.
Shiny Toy Guns: check out this write-up on Mattel's quest to make the best toy gun—one of the lead designers seems to take at least some inspiration from Borderlands, according to the article.
When you make a deal with the Candy Cartel, you'd better have the money at the ready. Cause if you don't—if you don't honor the deal—they'll off you like you're a candy-filled piñata. With NERF guns, of course.
You're about to see a working NERF sentry gun. A proper sentry gun, like one you'd see in a video game or movie, which can automatically track you then start shooting until you die (of amazement).
This won't help you take out Reapers. And it's probably not such a good choice against Cerberus, either. At least, not if you want them to stay dead after you shoot them.
Brian Johnson makes replica video game weapons. Unlike other ones that just look nice, though, he goes the extra mile and has them functioning as actual NERF guns.
Toy giant Hasbro, for reasons known only to Hasbro, do not like the fact that Aussie Martyn Yang runs a blog about Nerf Guns. What they're doing about it will make you wonder what's come of this world.
Nerfenstein - more boringly known as Aesthetic Nerf Mods Australia - takes regular old Nerf guns and, with a little customisation and paint work, turns them into replica weapons based on those found in video games, movies and comic books. Replica weapons you can shoot a kid in the face with and not feel that bad about.
Sure, Nerf Lancers have been done before, but that doesn't mean they can't be done better. This one, from reader Nick G., is also for sale on eBay.
EA will be shipping a NERF bundle pack this October. The NERF N-Strike Double Blast Bundle package will include two old Wii games NERF N-Strike, and sequel NERF N-Strike Elite.
Previous replica Master Swords we've seen have been, well, dangerous. Pointy. But this one? It's soft. Widely available. And you can hit small children with it.
isn't is the only company selling a Nerf gun that doubles as a Wii remote holder.
For once, hunters actually have a reason to whine! In a blue post in the official World of Warcraft forums, Blizzard poster GhostCrawler admitted that they "probably" over-nerfed the Beast Mastery specialization.
As mentioned in the Test Realm patch notes we posted on last month, a blue Blizzard post confirms that they are indeed removing restrictions to allow players to create Death Knights on any server.
EA dropped a press release today to announce the overwhelming success of the family games resulting from their long-term agreement with Hasbro, with 2 million titles sold globally since launch.
Anybody remember the days of yore when you could go to an arcade and play Time Crisis? They might still do that in Japan, but here in the States, arcade shooters have sort of died a quiet death somewhere between those hideous orange guns for Time Crisis 5 and the Wii Zapper with its lame lineup of games. You might…