The April theme of Loot Gaming was ‘The Hunt’, and it featured exclusive items from famous game franchises including Far Cry 5, Dark Souls III, Monster Hunter: World, and Batman: Arkham City. Check out the unboxing!
I was provided a free Loot Gaming ‘The Hunt’ box for review. The opinions are my own.
When it comes to subscription boxes, I judge them on the basis of the number of items I get, the type of items, the amount of exclusives, and the overall value. For me, even though I’m not a fan of Far Cry 5 and Dark Souls III, ‘The Hunt’ ended up being a good box especially because of the exclusive items.
My favorite item from the box has got to be the exclusive Monster Hunter: World Jawblade Mini Replica. The little item has a lot of detail. It’s also made of high-quality plastic. With Monster Hunter: World becoming Capcom’s best selling title and a live-action adaptation (starring Milla Jovovich) in the works, I can see this replica being considered a very cool collectible which might get you a good price in the market.
Being an exclusive item, I would value it at around $15. I do think you can give it even more.
The exclusive Dark Souls III t-shirt is kind of cool. I haven’t played the game series, but I can see myself wearing it. I really like the color. I value it at $12.
As for the exclusive Far Cry 5 Dopp kitt, I can imagine fans of the franchise enjoying this item. I appreciate it being an exclusive, but I could have done without a toiletry bag, especially one that doesn’t come with a strap I can use to attach it to something. Being an exclusive, I priced it at $12.
You can give the Far Cry 5 poster a value of $1.
I priced the Loot Crate Edition Batman: Arkham City comic book at $4. The comic book serves as a lead-in to the Arkham City game.
The exclusive Bear Trap Pin can be worth $3.
According to my pricing (which is similar to how Nerdy Newb does it), Loot Gaming ‘The Hunt’ gives you at least $50 in value, if you price stuff at the lower end. Such a value isn’t bad for a $30 box, considering the exclusives you get.
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What did you think of Loot Gaming ‘The Hunt’? Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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