Loot Gaming Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2018
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 ‘Hunt’.
This box was sent to us for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
About Loot Gaming
The Subscription Box: Loot Gaming
The Cost: $28.95 (plus $5 shipping)
The Products: 4-6 premium items, including wearables, most items will be exclusives.
Ships to: Worldwide!
April 2018 ‘Hunt’ Loot Gaming Review
The April 2018 “Hunt” theme featured Darks Souls III, Monster Hunter World, Batman Arkham City, and Farcry 5.
You’ll get a large fold-out information sheet.
One side features a 28×22 poster – this month features Farcry 5.
The reverse side will walk you through the items in the crate.
Beartrap Pin – Value $5?
This month’s pin highlights an early hunting tool – the beartrap. Apparently, they were typically baited with bacon!
Dark Souls III Shirt – Value $15?
This month’s exclusive shirt features Dark Souls III front and center. It features a graphic that I’ve seen all over the place – but that’s much better than a mash-up shirt in my opinion!
Monster Hunter World Jawblade Mini Replica – Value $15?
This month’s vinyl figure is a replica blade from Monster Hunter – the Jawblade.
While I don’t play any Monter Hunter games, I still thought this was pretty cool looking. It’s a little over 6.5 inches long and sits on this little stand for presentation – it looks pretty cool next to the Lancer replica.
Farcry 5 Hope County Dopp Kit – Value $15-20?
The Farcry 5 item is a dopp kit featuring the games’ logo and an image of the game’s town – Hope County.
The quality feels pretty high in terms of a dopp kit, including the inner liner that is easier to clean in case of any spills. It’s also the basic size of a dopp kit – good enough to pack away the essentials for a trip.
Loot Crate Edition Batman: Arkham City Comic – Value ?
The final item is a collection of the 5 chapter comic arc that leads to the 2011 Arkham City video game. What makes this a little unique outside of the variant cover, is that the 5 chapters were originally published digitally. It’s a quick read and could be a fun way to get back into the Return to Arkham games.
Verdict: This was a tough month for me because, outside of Arkham City, I don’t play enough of these titles to love the items. Overall, in terms of item type, nothing really blew me away either – so I’m curious what fans of the specific franchises think!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No – they’re currently taking orders for the May 2018 box. You’ll have until the 27th of each month to get that month’s theme!
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What did you think of the April 2018 ‘Hunt’ Loot Gaming?