Geeked Out

Pretty accurate for three minutes—although it’s missing a season.

Another music reference from Divinity: Original Sin.
This is Rob. He’s a zombie.

Another music reference from Divinity: Original Sin.

This is Rob. He’s a zombie.

Someone’s a fan of a particular band.
(From Divinity: Original Sin.)

Someone’s a fan of a particular band.

(From Divinity: Original Sin.)

Loot Crate is a GO!

Decided to go ahead and try out a monthly subscription to Loot Crate. My monthly crate should be sent out within the next three days. Will I have my first ever unboxing of something?! Do people still get excited about unboxings?! FIND OUT SOON!

Oh, and if you want to order something, I get $5 off if you use this link:

Shameless self-promotion

Divinity: Original Sin contains some…interesting items.

I love Altered Beast, but I don’t know how I feel about this.

Their heart’s in the right place, but I don’t know about the quality…

I’m 98% Certain That I’m Signing Up For Loot Crate

Loot Crate charges from $11.67 to $13.37 a month, depending on the plan you choose, to ship you monthly themed boxes full of geeky awesomeness. The “Dragon” themed box came with Game of Thrones and Skyrim figures (among other things), and the “Titan” one came with Titanfall and Attack on Titan gear. The contents of the “Launch” box are shown above.

From the looks of the contents of the boxes, it looks like a pretty good deal. I don’t think I could add up the contents in any of the boxes I’ve seen so far and come up with less than $13.37.

If you’re into general geekery, you may give it a look.

via Loot Crate

Extant’s on. Let’s see what this is all about.

…also: Halle Berry.

I just got the urge to play Rush’n Attack. Thought I’d just put that out there.

Why did I not back Shovel Knight when I had the chance? 

I may have missed that opportunity, but I will definitely be buying it.