Loot Gaming Subscription Box Review + Coupon – May 2018


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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 ‘Pew Pew’.

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!

May 2018 ‘Pew Pew’ Loot Gaming Review

The May 2018 “Pew Pew” Loot Gaming subscription box featured Overwatch, Destiny, and Metroid – with two items featuring Overwatch.

You’ll get a large fold-out information sheet.

One side features a 28×22 poster – this month features an Overwatch anniversary poster.

The reverse side will walk you through the items in the crate.

Pew! Pew! Pin – Value $5?

This month’s pin represents the theme in a pretty straight-forward manner – is it just me who imagines Deadpool being on the other side of this speech bubble?

Overwatch Anniversary Shirt – Value $15?

Like the poster, the shirt honors Overwatch’s two-year anniversary.

The graphic brings together all 27 playable characters!

You’ll also find that little anniversary stamp on the back of your shirt.

World of Nintendo Metroid Figure – Value $15 on Amazon

This month does include a figure – but it’s a non-exclusive figure from Nintendo. Everyone gets this larval stage of the Metroid life-cycle figure.

It’s small – only about 2.5 inches tall – but is also a little squeezable on top – which was a fun little touch.

Destiny 2 host Keychain – Value $15?

This was my favorite item of the bunch – a Ghost keychain! It’s about 2-inches from side to side, which is about as big as I’d want to go with a keychain. Press the middle to play 4 different in-game sounds. It’s a small item, but I thought it was a fun one.

Overwatch D. Va’s Meka Incredibuild Model – Value $18-22 on Amazon

The final item is a wooden build-kit from Incredibuilds. While I’ve done most Incredibuild projects in the past, you can check out my recent Cap Shield build here, this one was over 100 steps long – so I did opt out.

These run across a ton of different brands and markets – surprisingly, this one didn’t arrive with a little book about Overwatch like most do – instead, it arrived with a mini poster.

You’ll get a big sheet of build instructions to get you going. I will say, it helps if you have smaller fingers for these things – the small pieces can be tough to put together. But, once you’re done, you can give it any paint job that you’d like – I think that’s one of the fun parts.

Verdict: This one is tough for me because I’m not an Overwatch player – but I’m definitely in the minority there – so I probably have a slightly different take on the box. The item I like the most was the Destiny keychain, but overall, it fell short for me, personally.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No – they’re currently taking orders for the June 2018 box. You’ll have until the 27th of each month to get that month’s theme!

Coupon – Use coupon code SAVE3 and save $3 off of your first box or ADDICTION to save 10% off (saves more money on longer length subscriptions)

Check out all of my Loot Gaming Reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Loot Gaming profile page.

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Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

Posted in Geeky Subscription Boxes, Loot Gaming Reviews, Nerd Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: loot gaming | 2 comments

2 Comments

  1. Just out of curiosity is there a PS4 box? One that only does PS4 game themed boxes?

    • There’s Gorilla Gamer & Gamer Crates and several more that the themes include PS4 games.

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