Sunday, April 29, 2018

Bose Soundsport Free Wireless Earbuds Review

Cut the cord.
I've always kind of considered the whole rush for "wireless everything" to be kind of a joke. It's like literally the most half-assed excuse for drastic changes to occur for not much real benefit. Wireless charging? Until I don't have to physically touch my phone to anything to charge it, lame. Wireless headphones? Even more crap to worry about having to charge, lame. Fully wireless earbuds? So not only do I have to charge them now, I'm in even greater risk of losing them, super lame. Yet, here I am typing this review with a pair of fully wireless earbuds stuck in my ears, wondering why I ever thought these were a legitimately dumb idea.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Brass Barreled Nerf Warthog Mod Guide

Let's make you less terrible.
If any of you guys have seen my Warthog review, you know that this pistol honestly isn't very good. It's ranges are sub par and often inconstant on top of it just being loud firing for no really good reason. I decided to bust this thing out of the closet for one more day of fame on this blog, because it's getting a bit of an overhaul. This guide will show you how to turn the Warthog into something a lot more usable.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Nerf Expand-a-Blast Review (1/10)

Expand-a-Crap.
Call me insane but I've had a very strong desire to review something terrible lately. I've been on a long streak of reviewing things that only really dip as low as being decent, and I'm tired of it. Sadistic it may seem, but I find writing bad reviews to be a whole lot more fun than good reviews so I went on the hunt for something that would hopefully fit the bill of breaking this streak of good. So I took my search to eBay and picked up this; an Expand-a-Blast, released in 1998. Let's take a closer look, or should we?

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Nerf Modulus Mediator XL Review (8/10)

Pump it up.
Modulus is kind of a weird series. It's lineup basically prides itself on shelling out abominations of plastic with some semblance of functionality with anywhere from sub-par to solid performance figures. Usually the core blasters aren't bad, they just look and feel generally terrible with all their tacked on accessories that usually serve zero purpose other just to increase overall bulk. There really isn't much of reason to buy a Modulus blaster over any of their less expensive Elite counterparts, however this one right here might be worth considering. Say hello to the Mediator.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Nerf Alien Menace Ravager Review (6/10)

"One ugly mother****er."
Man, they just keep churning this stuff out! Well, I have been out of the loop for quite a while now but that's not going to stop me from throwing my two cents on some of this new gear. Anyways, Alien Menace has prided itself on being weird and unconventional although most of the blasters aren't really all that strange beyond their appearance. This right here is the Ravager, it looks ridiculous but is that really it? Let's find out.

Nerf Doomlands 2169 The Judge Review (6/10)

I am the law.
Nerf has been cranking out some pretty bonkers blasters lately, a lot which are on the same kind of insanity we haven't seen since the vintage days. You'll get oddballs like the Voidcaster which seem impractical but actually perform rather well, or you get things like the Brainsaw which are just flat out garbage on all accounts. This right here though, I feel sort of ushers in a whole new definition of insanity. Say you want the biggest piece on the field, practicality isn't an issue but you don't want a sniper rifle, a machine gun, or even a rocket launcher. Nothing really fits that bill right? Not anymore. Meet The Judge, the most ridiculous blaster I've ever laid hands on.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Nerf Alien Menace Voidcaster Review (8/10)

Out of this world.
Nerf's Alien Menace line has been kind of stagnant as of late, launching with only two blasters and it's been that way for quite some time now. Finally they've churned out something new and rather fresh, featuring a radical new firing mechanism and seriously unconventional looks. This is the Voidcaster, and it actually surprised me a bit.