Nerf’s latest Super Soaker commercial features the Switch Shot and Arctic Shock. I might have to pick up a Switch Shot myself for that stock.
I know I’m a bit late on this, so let me hand in my late pass. The Zing Toys Z-Curve Bow was nicely featured for an Amazon Kindle Fire/Hunger Games commercial. And when your product gets featured over Nerf, you gotta be doing something right.
Watch the Nerf Double Your Blasting Commercial featuring the N-Strike Elite Rough Cut and the Vortex Diatron blasters.
Their latest commercial finally hits Youtube. This is also the first time I’ve seen an Elite & Vortex blaster together in the same commercial.
Watch the TV commercial for the new Nerf N-Strike Elite line of blasters featuring the Nerf Stryfe, Nerf Strongarm and the Nerf Firestrike.
Although I haven’t gotten around to battle testing all these blasters yet, I can say that at the very least their all good products, and worth your money. Look out for videos of me using these blasters in the future!
The extended version of the Arrowstorm commercial featuring Devon Sawa.
Devon Sawa, pictured in the above Nerf commercial, recently revealed some interesting info about the Nerf commercials he used to be in an interview with AV Club. Devon Sawa also had roles in Final Destination and the music video for Eminem’s Stan.
AVC: When you were the Nerf spokesperson, did you get free Nerf toys?
DS: I got boxes and boxes and boxes. And here’s the thing: These weren’t just regular Nerf guns. The prop guys and the special-effects guys would put bigger springs in them. They were these hyped-up Nerf toys for the commercials. I hope I’m not going to get in trouble for saying that. But they were altered to shoot farther and harder, and I would come home with boxes of them. Boxes of footballs, boxes of these Nerf guns. I was the cool kid on the block. We’d actually have Nerf battles in the old neighborhood that looked like the commercials, with all the kids flying around shooting guns. It was pretty epic.
Personally, I don’t think this is too much of a big deal. First, we have to realize that the product and commercial came out almost two decades ago. The 90s were a very different time. Technology as a whole was not up to par as it is now. I’m assuming that they used stronger springs to make the blasters fire faster and farther, which in turn would cut down the work on post editing.
Also, who know’s who was calling the higher up shots then? I’m assuming they could have had a different CEO in the 90s then they do now. Some of the company is probably run by different people now in 2012. Although I’m not sure as to why they gave Devon the modded toys, probably the only part that I might questionable about.
Whatever, what do you think about this piece of news? Thanks to My Last Dart for sending me the article. Click here to watch the extended, but lower quality version of the commercial.
Nerf’s latest commercial is advertising the FireVision sports line of theirs. I still gotta try these out sometime.
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