Loot Gaming is a monthly subscription box from Loot Crate featuring collectibles, apparel, accessories and more from the biggest and best video game universes. Each box will have $60 in items, plus a booklet/mini-mag and pin.
The Loot Gaming box for June 2016 had the ARENA theme.
Everything in the box!
Every box comes with a mini-mag – called The Game Manual.
I love how the item pages give you extra game knowledge and information, instead of just being about the item! There are also some GREAT gaming features in here!
The box this month includes a DLC for an exclusive outfit in The Culling. I can’t find it in my inbox – did they send it yet?
If you turn the box inside out you get a cool 4-sided arena scene!
June 2016 Arena Pin – The Loot Gaming pins are designed to look like game tokens/coins. This one is nickel with gold-plated fireworks! Love the coliseum and how it ties in with the box artwork!
Exclusive Funko POP! Overwatch Tracer Vinyl Figure: An exclusive variation on the regular orange fig!
She comes with a stand and is super awesome. Whatcha lookin’ at? Does anyone else think of her as the game version of Sporty Spice? Just me? Okay.
Dota 2 Gaming Pad designed by Robbobin: Love this HUGE mat! It’s got a great Dota 2 ragdolls sublimated print and it’s big enough for anything you do with a mouse, including writing and webbing all day long!
Both this and the next 2 items are from Steam Workshop.
Here’s what the Gaming Manual says
Every time you see this logo [the SW logo], the product attached to it is designed by a fan, who receives an artist royalty
and here’s what Steam Workshop says
The Steam Workshop is a central hub of player-created content and tools to publish, organize, and download that content into your games. Different games will utilize the Workshop in different ways. Some games, like Team Fortress 2, allow you to create and submit new items (such as hats, weapons, badges, boots, and more) for consideration to be incorporated into the actual game. Other games like Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim allow mod authors to publish their work directly to the Workshop, and let players subscribe to mods they want to use in their game.
So clearly Loot Gaming has some sort of special deal for the production of physical objects, which is neat, and the underlying IP is licensed through Steam.
Team Fortress 2 Scout Snapback designed by GzuiS MosKala: RED or BLUE! This came in the box because hat.
This hat is a good inside joke! Loot Gaming has developed a healthy sense of humor!
Team Fortress 2 Art Print designed by McVee: It’s a movie poster for the community-made Team Fortress 2 fan film End of the Line!
Street Fighter Fight Shirt: Chun-Li always wins, of course. This is one of the raddest shirts I’ve received from any Loot Crate box! It’s perfect and soft and the fit is just right and I love those eyes staring at me! I had to put it on immediately!
This month’s Loot Gaming was a fun box – and not undermined by the delays of last month! I see this box inching closer to the original “own a piece of that gaming universe” vision with the hat! And it doesn’t hurt to have the wickedest Street Fighter shirt around!
Use coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION to save 10% on any plan (or SAVE3 if you want one box to save $3!). This box has been selling out before the cutoff, so be sure to sign up if it’s something you want.
The Description: Own a piece of the biggest and best gaming universes with this monthly mystery subscription box. Epic licensed figures, collectibles, apparel, accessories and more (often exclusive). A different theme every month featuring items from a mix of classic and new release video games. $60+* value in every crate. From Loot Crate!
The Price: $29.95 per month