Christmas is fast approaching with less than 100 days to go until the big day and it seems like many retailers are embracing the Christmas madness as Toys R Us unveil their Christmas ‘Hot Toys’.
Among some of the top toys is a Nerf N Strike ‘Modulus’ gun which is unsurprising as Nerf regularly make it into top toy selections over Christmas.
Other toys to make the list include the Shopkins Fashion Boutique Playset and Fisher-Price Bright Beats Dance & Move BeatBo which are set to be a big hit with toddlers this Christmas alongside Barbie’s Saddle & Ride Horse, the Little Live Pets Clever Keet, the Paw Patroller Lorry, and Disney Junior Doc McStuffins Take Care Of Me Lambie.
It’s likely that “Guitar Hero Live” for the PS4 & Xbox is going to be a big hitter with all the family which is why this has made the Toys R Us Hot Toys list. We’re pretty sure this will be topping UTCT Boss John’s Christmas Wishlist, he does love rocking out at Christmas (he won’t mind us telling you that!)
Surprisingly, only one Lego toy has made it onto the Toys R Us Hot Toys list. The Lego Dimensions Starter’s Pack is actually a video game which will be available for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and Wii U. Suitable for ages 7-14 years old, this game is likely to be on most kids’ wishlists this Christmas.
Speaking of the list, Toys R Us said:
“Following months of carefully identifying, researching and experimenting with hundreds of toys, Toys’R’Us experts have selected items sure to be at the top of kids’ wish lists. Determining our annual Hot Toy List is a year-long selection process we take very seriously. It is our mission to identify the very best playthings, giving parents and gift-givers the inside scoop straight from the toy experts on coveted items sure to leave kids smiling on Christmas morning. We are proud that customers rely on the Toys“R”Us Holiday Hot Toy List as a trusted and valuable resource to help navigate the holiday shopping season even before kids start writing their wish lists.”
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