Loot Gaming Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2017
Loot Gaming, from Loot Crate, focuses on gaming with its monthly themes. You can expect licensed figures, collectibles, apparel, accessories, and more.
This month’s theme was ‘Booty’.
This box was sent to us for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Loot Gaming
The Cost: $26.95 (plus $5 shipping)
The Products: 4-6 premium items, including wearables, most items will be exclusives.
Ships to: Worldwide!
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The ‘Booty’ crate was full of treasure hunting goodies from Uncharted 4, Crash Bandicoot, Sea of Thieves, and Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag.
Loot Gaming’s information sheet is a large fold-out sheet. One side features information about the items.
While the reverse side features a 28×22 poster.
Loot Crate boxes typically invert into something theme-specific – and what’s more ‘Booty’ than a pirate’s treasure chest.
They were probably happy not to have to think too much about what to do this month!
Booty Pin – Value $5?
You’ll always get a theme-specific pin to start off your box. This month’s pin is inspired by the Spanish doubloons – without all the gold. It’s very Uncharted.
Crash Bandicoot Shirt – Value $15?
This month’s shirt holds a place near and dear to my heart. Crash was my all-time favorite series on the original PlayStation. I’ve beat it a lot then, I beat all the games again about 7 years ago, and I’m currently working my way through the remastered version on PS4. To say that I love this shirt would be an understatement!
Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag Edward Kenway Figure – Value $20-25?
I believe this is another toy that was created and build by Loot Crate – which would be fantastic new because it’s really well done.
Black Flag is the only Assassin’s Creed that I’ve played through entirely. I can remember being entrenched trying to catch the White Whale for hours!
The sculpt, base, and paint job are all very well done. Edward has all of his weapons at his disposal, too! The figure comes in at around 5.5 inches tall and is removable from the base if inclined.
Uncharted Wallet – Value $10-15?
The Uncharted item is a faux-leather wallet. One you might see Nathan carrying himself.
It’s got some embossed logos on the front and back.
It opens up to 5 pockets on the inside and a replica coin!
You may recognize this coin from Drake’s Fortune, the first game in the series! That game is 10 years old! WHAT!?
Anyways, the coin is really well done and feels like a collector piece in itself.
And you might remember this quote from Uncharted 4! very nice touch.
Are you excited for Lost Legacy? I can’t wait, but I’m also a bit timid over the free-roaming aspect of the game. I love Uncharted’s cinematic flow formula…so this one will be interesting.
Sea of Thieves Towel – Value $15?
The final item features the yet-to-be-released Sea of Thieves.
The towel is about 58×30 and is very similar to the Captain Marvel towel in the May Marvel Gear & Goods box.
Verdict: For me, the box is made by the shirt and figure – everything else is like a bonus for me. My biggest surprise was that I really like the wallet – not to the extent that I’d use it, but I’ll definitely keep it around for an Uncharted collector item (especially the coin). OK, now Loot Crate just needs to get their shipping and late item issues fixed – I love most of the items I get from them, so once they right the ship, I think they can start to produce even better boxes and get them to people on time.
What did you think of the July 2017 ‘Booty’ Loot Gaming?