Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Light Strike: More on the ITS


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More videos sent to us from Joel of the Light Strike ITS motorised target. First vids here are the ITS in Sentry mode.
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And here's one which I think is Bomb mode:

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And finally a video of the ITS in Medic mode.

As I said, I haven't seen these in Australia yet but I'll make it my mission to see if I can pick one up on my US trip. From these vids anyway, I think it'll definitely add another layer of playability to the Light Strike like. Thanks again Joel for the vids!

6 comments:

  1. Just a quick note. It takes five shots to activate each mode. It doesn't matter if it's a laser strike or a rail strike. It takes 5 idividual shots. This hasn't been tested with any of the attachment yet, but I am willing to bet you get the same results.

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  2. hey sorry to get off topic, but it looks like vortex will have ammo refils without clips too.

    http://mylayby.com/search.aspx?searchTerms=nerf+vortex

    Again sorry if this is the wrong place to make such a comment

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  3. Anonymous, I'm sure Pocket won't mind:-)

    I reckon in the future, it'd probably make more sense to put this post with any of the Nerf Vortex posts, or on the Facebook page.

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  4. Couldn't help but remember "BART" from the old Laser Challenge line when I saw the ITS. Spotted a few stateside.
    http://bazookafied.blogspot.com/2011/08/its-reminds-me-of-bart.html

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  5. I just bought the kids Christmas gift and its theme will be Light Strike. I am wondering if you can use two I.T.S's for a team game or only one will work for a team combat? I have all 3 rifles and all three pistols. So far installing batteries in everything 24 AA's for the guns and 24 AAA's for all the targets and 8 AA's for the ITS's I hope they dont eat too many batteries. LOL

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  6. Something I noticed is that it does take five shots to activate, four to fill it up and one to seal the deal. but it only takes 4 to deactivate, one shot brings it down from full power to three bars.

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