LootGaming is a monthly subscription service part of the LootCrate family, where each crate has a unique theme. This month’s theme is Medieval. Let’s see what’s included:
Dovakhiin helmet replica (Skyrim)
Having recently finished Skyrim, I was somewhat happy to see this included. I do have mixed feelings about this helmet, because it is the best known item from the game, but isn’t all that good in-game. Cool design and quality, though.
Dungeons & Dragons t-shirt
I’ve never played Dungeons & Dragons, so I can’t claim I have any attachment to the series. However, I’ve heard on more than one ocassion that my wardrobe tends to be on the darker side, so I like that this t-shirt is a vibrant red. Also, the dragon itself looks pretty badass.
God of War (PS4) Print
God of War is my favorite videgoames series. Even though I haven’t yet played the PS4 version (don’t worry, it’s next on my list!), I am very pleased that this print got included. It looks to be of good quality, so I think I will be hanging it up in our spare bedroom once it’s finished.
Banjo-Kazooie 20th Anniversary License Plate
I’ve never played any Banjo games, and I honestly can’t think of anywhere I’d like to put this around the house. The design is nice, but the plate itself is rather small. Reach out if this is something you’d be interested in.
Medieval Theme Pin
This month’s pin has a neat crest design, and like the rest of the pins I’ve gathered during my subscription period, this will be a nice addition to my collection.
Dungeons & Dragons Poster
Again, I have no attachment to Dungeons & Dragons, and don’t really hang folded-up posters on my walls anymore, so I don’t think I will be keeping this, even though I do like the design and size.
Overall, I think this month’s loot was great, and even though I don’t have much attachment to some of the series included, the design and overall quality of the products makes it worth checking out.
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored by LootCrate.
I've been a gamer since the SNES days and Donkey Kong Country was the first game I ever owned.
I currently work as a management consultant, and my console of choice is the Nintendo Switch, which I carry with me during my travels.