Loot Gaming Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016
Loot Gaming is a new crate for 2016 from Loot Crate! It focuses on gaming with its monthly themes. You can expect licensed figures, collectibles, apparel, accessories, and more.
This month’s theme was ‘Arena’.
Loot Crate kindly sent us this box to review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Loot Gaming
The Cost: $24.95 (plus $5 shipping)
COUPON: Use coupon code SAVE3 and save $3 off of your first box
The Products: 4-6 premium items, including wearables, most items will be exclusives.
Ships to: Worldwide!
Check out all of our Loot Gaming Reviews!
Each month, you’ll receive a booklet with information on each item in the box and a unique pin representing the month’s theme.
Here’s a closer look at the Arena pin.
Your box inverts and has some unique artwork around the theme. This month takes you to the Coliseum when you invert it.
Street Fighter Fight Shirt – $15?
I love the look of this month’s shirt. You get the classic Street Fighter font displaying “FIGHT” with a ton of classic characters pictured inside! Not too over the top while still be instantly recognizable to Street Fighter fans – that’s kind of the holy grail for shirts to me.
Overwatch Tracer POP – Value $10-15
I add some extra value to this POP because it’s an exclusive, at least its green color is exclusive. Overwatch is really all over the place since its release – everyone is loving it, including some fellow reviewers on MSA! I haven’t had a chance to jump in – but I’ve watched a ton of recorded gameplay video from my friends and it does look fun and addicting.
Team Fortress 2 Hat – Value $15-20?
This month included a hat – of which you could have received in red or blue – for Team Fortress 2. It’s definitely a higher quality snapback hat. This is noted as exclusive but was created via the Steam Workshop – I wouldn’t be surprised to see more and more from it in the future – maybe gamer created items will get them closer to their initial vision of pulling items out of games?
On the underside of the brim, you’ll find the TF2 logo!
DOTA 2 Gaming Mat – Value $15?
Speaking of the Steam Workshop – this is another item from the workshop. This is an exclusive DOTA2 gaming mat – these are extra large for the gaming community and features a ton of DOTA 2 characters.
Team Fortress 2 Art Print – Value $10?
The final item comes from Team Fortress 2 as well. Surprise, surprise, also from Steam Workshop – have I just been oblivious to this fact or have they been using it for months? This is a movie poster for the fan film – End of the Line
Verdict: I love seeing Loot Gaming getting the community involved a bit more – it’s a smart move because online gaming, and gaming in general, has such a strong community to pull from – it’s a good way to make the masses happy. I love seeing Funko start to make its return to Loot Crates, this month we saw a Fallout Dorbz in the core crate, and now an exclusive, keep that up too! I’m still holding out hope that they will eventually get to their initial mission statement of pulling items from games into the box – that’d be an exciting thing to actually realize. Loot Gaming has been a fun and good box, but if they can capture what they were aiming for, I think it can be a great crate.
What do you think of the June Loot Gaming?