What It Is
Hasbro has brought Nerf to a whole new level of play. If you're a Nerf fan, you're going to love this. The Nerf Terrascout All-Terrain Dart-Blasting Drone is an all-terrain vehicle that's radio controlled and a blasting drone all in one. Plus, it can record battles. The first thing you need is four AA batteries, put them in the controller. Then you have to charge the rechargeable battery in the drone. Also, you're going to need a SD card (sold separately). Take the SD card and load it into your drone. This is for recording and sharing your battles. Then you're ready to play by patrolling the drone around and watching from the LCD camera on the remote control as you fire away at your unsuspecting foes from a safe distance.
Is It Fun?
Unlike traditional Nerf blasters, the Terrascout does your dirty work for you while you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. You can go backwards, forwards, left, or right, and the Terrascout's aim adjusts up and down. The camera is located on the Terrascout with a live video feed on the controller's LCD screen that's great for sneak attacks. Go around, see what you're going to aim for, see what you're going to take down with your drone, and then fire because you have 18 foam darts. There's two ways to fire. You can hold the trigger once and let go to fire one foam dart at a time, or if you hold it down you'll bombard your target with rapid-fire.
Who It’s For
This is a whole lot of fun for ages 8 and up. The Nerf N-Strike Elite Terrascout is an R/C wonder that ups the ante in your Nerf war. You can see where you're going and who's around as you let them have it with 18 foam firing power.
What To Be Aware Of
You have sneak attacks, a blaster that adjusts down and up, and you can see where other people can't see you. You want to play in dry conditions. This is not meant for wet conditions. This is a radio control vehicle that's really sensitive. It really moves (much faster than we thought). The Terrascout features a camera, which live feeds to the remote controllers LCD screen and includes a charger, 18 foam darts, remote controller, and tactical rails. To record, you'll need an SD card (sold separately). The Terrascout runs on the included NiMh battery and four AA batteries (not included).