|This series has been discontinued.
Its products cannot be purchased in retail stores.
Unlike some previous series, the Mega Blitz does not have a clear pattern with its blasters, as they do not share a large amount in common. The blasters do, for the most part, have rather high rates of fire, which could also be a reference to the title, "Mega Blitz" (blitz roughly translated from German means "lightning" or "flash").
The series began and ended within the same year. It is generally believed to be the sister line to Hyper Sight, another 1998-exclusive series.
The series would have had a second series, sometime around 1999/2000, with the proposed release of the Gatlin' Storm blaster. Unfortunately, the Airjet Power series was becoming quite popular at the time and overshadowed the Mega Blitz and Hyper Sight lines. Because of this, the second series of Mega Blitz and the Gatlin' Storm, as well as other unannounced blasters that were to be released in this second series, were cancelled.
Mega Blitz products
- The RotoTrack was initially released in 1997 under the Cyber Stryke Gear line, however it was re-released as a Mega Blitz product the following year.
|Discontinued Nerf series|
|1990s||Aero • Airjet Power • Airjet Power Plus • Ambush Rip Rockets • Cyber Stryke Gear • Hydro • Hyper Rip Rockets • Hyper Sight • Max Force • Max Force 2112 • Mega Blitz • Nerf Action • Original Nerf • Rip Rockets • SuperMAXX • Switch Shots|
|2000s||2003 series • Air Tech • Atom Blasters • Power Nerf|
|Sub-series||Clear Series • Firevision Sports • Gear Up • Light It Up • Red Strike • Whiteout Series|
|Unknown availability||Action Blasters • Ball Blasters • Dart Tag|