One can't say Hasbro's (HAS) popular Nerf brand doesn't have several ridiculously fun, and unique, toys out for children this holiday season.
The first is the $199.99 Nerf Battle Racer Peddle Kart being sold at Target (TGT) , Walmart (WMT) and Toys R' Us. The kart holds up to four Nerf blasters and extra projectiles, and even includes two cup holders to quench the thirst of five-year-olds locked in grueling Nerf battles.
Another offering is the Nerf N-Strike Elite TerraScout RC Drone. While a mouthful to say, the tank-like toy holds a blaster and shoots off up to 18 foam projectiles by simply tapping a button on a controller that features a small LCD screen. The TerraScout records video that could be played back by downloading data from an SD memory card. Total cost for this bundle of fun that is available for sale exclusively at toy retailer Toys R' Us: $189.99.
And then there is the Monopoly Ultimate Banking Game, which eliminates the game's trademark paper money and banker role. Priced at about $15.99, the game's cash has been replaced with special bank cards that players scan on a handheld "banking unit" to buy properties and pay off debt.
Property deed cards, such as Boardwalk, are armed with codes that players scan in order to finish a transaction. The bank cards also track a player's wealth and property values, which can go up and down.
TheStreet put all three toys to the test to see if they were worthy of your holiday season dollars.