After a few months hiatus after being disappointed by my August 2013 Loot Crate I took the dive again an acquired the March 2014 crate. I must say loot crate lost a few points in my book due to poor customer service but with the help of a super special secret agent based in the states I FINALLY managed to acquire it one month late but with a special surprise. It was so late in fact that the March 2014 and April 2014 crates arrived at the same time but more on the second crate in a separate post.
Titanfall and Attack on Titan mash-up
The theme for this crate was “Titan” which is a mashup of two popular titan related properties – the Xbox exclusive Titanfall and the super popular anime and manga Attack on Titan. Its no surprise that I am crazy for Attack on Titan and a few years ago during my FPS gaming prime I’d have clocked in a couple hundred hours on Titanfall already so this was a very attractive loot crate I just couldn’t resist. The items in the loot crate are:
Exclusive Titanfall T-Shirt
Attack on Titan Manga
Titanfall C101 Lanyard
Attack on Titan Scouting Regiment Wristband
Titanfall Premium Strategy eGuide
Attack on Titanfall Magnet
Loot Crate March 2014 pin
St Patrick’s Day Candy
Loot Crate Mini-Magazine – 8th issue
Overall this was a much better crate than my last one was (Cake) and it rivals my very first loot crate (Token). The mini magazine had an interesting review of Attack on Titan as well as an interview with Abbie Heppe – the community manager at Respawn Entertainment and the voice of Sarah in the Titanfall video game. My favourite item unsurprisingly is the Attack on Titan first issue manga with the Titanfall T-Shirt coming in second.
Check out the video of my unboxing of the March 2014 Loot Crate above (please pardon the shaky camera, rushed the video while on a break at work) as well as more pictures below and look out for the April 2014 unboxing and review coming in a few days.
Kirk is a proud Jamaican who started Jamaipanese.com in February 2006 and now lives in rural Japan. He enjoys sharing his experiences learning about Japan, personal milestones in life as well as interests such as photography, gaming and travelling.