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  • Blog Post: Two Items And Pre-Order Details For The Limited Fallout 4 Loot Crate Have Been Revealed

    Loot Crate has delivered some information about what you can expect from its limited edition partnership with Bethesda . The Fallout 4 Loot Crate is going up for pre-order tomorrow, and we have some new details for you. The Crate is priced at $100 ($130 for international buyers) and will include seven... More
  • Blog Post: Loot Crate, BioWare Team Up For N7 Supply Drop

    Is your Shepard running low on supplies? Loot Crate might be able to help. The company is working with BioWare to produce a special limited-edition version of its surprise boxes tailored to Mass Effect fans. The Mass Effect N7 Specialty Crate is coming soon, but Loot Crate isn't providing further... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda And Loot Crate Team Up For Limited Edition Fallout 4 Crate

    We don’t know what’s in it yet, but Loot Crate and Bethesda have announced a team-up featuring Fallout 4. Loot Crate has been expanding beyond its monthly boxes of geek gear with partnerships including Nintendo’s Amiibo. You can sign up now to be notified when pre-orders are available... More
  • Blog Post: Loot Crate’s DIY Munny Contest Turns Out Impressive Game-Themed Creations

    The Munny line of ready-to-customize vinyl figures has been a hit for years, so it’s no surprise people created cool things when Loot Crate tasked recipients of last month’s crate to modify the Mini Munny inside. Something about Munnys seems to inspire people to go into absurd levels of detail... More
  • Blog Post: Loot Crate Prices Its Amiibo Delivery Service

    Loot Crate has offered some more details (specifically pricing) on its partnership with Nintendo to deliver amiibos to subscribers. You can find the full breakdown here . There are two options: you can pay $155 to get 10 amiibos, collectible mini-mags, a sticker, a wristband, a cinch bag, and a t-shirt... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Man Is The Vigilante This City Needs In Loot Crate Teaser Film

    Loot Crate, a monthly box of themed geek collectibles, continues to up its game with live action shorts. The next box the company will ship is called "Battle," and teases have promised more Capcom items (the October box had an exclusive Dead Rising SledgeSaw collectible). Mega Man and Street... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Teams With Loot Crate For An Amiibo Delivery Service

    Nintendo announced this morning that it has teamed with Loot Crate to delivery 10 pre-selected Amiibo figures by mail. Five of the figures have been named, with the remaining half to be revealed later. Mario, Yoshi, Pikachu, Donkey Kong, and Fox are included in the offer, which is not yet priced. The... More
  • Blog Post: Loot Crate Creates Dead Rising Live Action Short, Teases Item From The Game

    We’ve covered Loot Crate as part of our Gamer Culture category a couple of times recently. The first story featured the company’s “Adventure” theme box in May . The second was an unboxing of the July “Villains” theme . October’s theme (as you may have suspected... More
  • Blog Post: Unboxing The July 2014 'Villains' Loot Crate

    Another month, another Loot Crate! Early last month we unboxed May's Loot Crate where we got a taste of adventure. For July, the theme is villains. As always, the good folks at Loot Crate continue to impress with their selection. First and foremost is an excellent t-shirt that combines Marvel's... More
  • Blog Post: Loot Crate May 2014 Unboxing

    Every month I and thousands of others receive a certain package in the mail. In that package can be any number of cool, interesting, and downright geeky items. That package is called Loot Crate. The theme for March was Attack on Titan and Titanfall while April was Game of Thrones and Skyrim. I’m... More
  • Blog Post: On Its One Year Anniversary, Loot Crate Plans To Ramp Up The Geekery

    It was one year ago at Los Angeles' Startup Weekend that Matt Arevalo and Chris Davis came together over the idea to bundle up geek culture and ship it out to people every month. When the site first launched, fifty people signed up in the first five hours. In the twelve months since the company shipped... More
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