Sometimes the swag is better than the game. I'm not sure if that's the case this time around, but this suitcase is pretty nifty and it came loaded with a very odd stack of photos, news clippings and documents.
I go to a lot of preview events every year and not many of them have the wherewithal to establish a theme, let alone stick to one so well as Capcom did last night at Monster Hunter Tri University.
I don't remember being assigned a Nerf N-Strike Elite review, but lo! A copy has been sent to my house for review purposes by the good folks over at EA Play Label.
My last encounter with a skateboard ended in tears for me, blood for my brother and a hospital bill for a third kid. So I'm giving this skateboard away as soon as possible.
About the only thing I didn't find in my elaborate collector's edition of Fairytale Fights that I expected to find but didn't is the severed head of a gnome.
Dragons will sell me almost anything — video games, clothing, you name it. I've got to say, though, I didn't think I'd extend that to letter openers until I saw this.
Micro Machine Hot Wheels form!
I picked up a copy of Wii Fit Plus from Nintendo today for review purposes — and then had the traumatic task of getting the Balance Board pack home on public transit.
I knew The Warriors: Street Brawl was coming out soon, but I didn't realize how soon 'til a package with a t-shirt in it showed up on my doorstep.
To go with the reviewers' copies of The Sims 3 Collectors Edition (plum-bob USB memory stick included), EA also sent a set of USB Christmas lights, also in the shape of plum-bobs.
Namco Bandai Editors Day kicked off with the announcement of both Soulcalibur and Tekken games for the PSP – and it was all pretty much gravy from there.
I can't say anything about the game, yet. But this swag should tell you all you need to know for now about 2K's second mobster game coming out this fall.
The Battlestations: Pacific event yielded a good look at the game, excellent (if eccentric) sushi and some decently sweet swag.