August Loot Crate DX Unboxing Featuring D&D and More!

August Loot Crate DX Unboxing Featuring D&D and More!

August Loot Crate DX unboxing featuring D&D and more!

ComingSoon.net once again doubles down on its Loot Crate coverage this month with an unboxing gallery for their premium Loot subscription box. The August Loot Crate DX theme is “Kingdom” and contains exclusive items from fantasy franchises including Dungeons & Dragons, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Labyrinth and The Legend of Zelda. Check out the DX unboxing in our gallery below, along with August’s standard Loot!

RELATED: July Loot Crate DX Unboxing Featuring Rick and Morty & More!

Loot Crate has also revealed its September theme: “Robotic.” Loot Crate’s premium crate (DX) will feature upgraded “Robotic DX” items from Power Rangers, Aliens and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Containing four to six items with a retail value of over $ 100 dollars, the DX crate subscription starts at $ 49.99 a month.

With September’s standard Loot Crate you’ll get items tied in with hit sci-fi ranchises like Blade Runner 2049, Aliens, Star Trek: Mirror Universe and Star Wars. Subscriptions for the standard Loot subscription box start at $ 15.99 a month.

Click here to subscribe to standard Loot Crate by 9/19 to get the September box!

Which is your favorite item from the August Loot Crate DX? Let us know in the comments below!

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Hasbro’s Star Wars Forces of Destiny Unboxing

Hasbro's Star Wars Forces of Destiny Unboxing

Hasbro’s Star Wars Forces of Destiny unboxing

Last month, Disney and Lucasfilm released a series of Star Wars Forces of Destiny animated shorts featuring the female heroes of the Star Wars galaxy. Now Hasbro has provided ComingSoon.net the opportunity to do a special Forces of Destiny unboxing featuring dolls of (click links to purchase) Princess Leia and Wicket from Return of the Jedi, Rey and BB-8 from The Force Awakens and Jyn Erso from Rogue One. Check out the unboxing in the gallery below!

RELATED: Sands of Jakku: First Star Wars Forces of Destiny Episode Online

Developed by Lucasfilm Animation, Star Wars Forces of Destiny remains true to the Star Wars canon, showing how choices both big and small ultimately shape the destinies of beloved characters. The animated micro-series is available on Disney YouTube ahead of a two-part TV special featuring eight additional shorts on Disney Channel in fall 2017. Fans will be delighted to hear familiar voices in the series, including: Daisy Ridley (Rey), Felicity Jones (Jyn), Tiya Sircar (Sabine), Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano) and Lupita Nyong’o (Maz Kanata).

Star Wars Forces of Destiny will also be supported by global product extensions, such as books, apparel, bedding, and toys – including the new line of ‘Adventure Figures’ created by Hasbro, which bridges the gap between traditional action figures and dolls. Each individually-designed figure features dynamic action, like Rey swinging her lightsaber, along with multiple points of articulation to help recreate the characters’ adventures and heroic moments with different poses.

RELATED: Watch the Ewok Escape Episode of Star Wars Forces of Destiny

“From Princess Leia to Sabine Wren, Star Wars heroines are unique, and we wanted to represent that in the product line for Star Wars Forces of Destiny,” said Jimmy Pitaro, Chairman, Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media, when the series was first announced. “The result is the creation of our new ‘Adventure Figures’ that celebrate the power and stories of these incredible characters and allow kids to recreate their most heroic moments at home.”

What do you think of Star Wars Forces of Destiny? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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July Loot Crate DX Unboxing Featuring Rick and Morty & More!

July Loot Crate DX Unboxing Featuring Rick and Morty

July Loot Crate DX unboxing featuring Rick and Morty & more!

ComingSoon.net is enhancing its Loot Crate coverage this month with an unboxing gallery for their premium Loot subscription box (which arrived late to subscribers due to a customs issue). The July Loot Crate DX theme is “Animation” and contains exclusive items from franchises including Rick and MortyBob’s BurgersTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Futurama. Check out the DX unboxing in our gallery below, along with July’s standard Loot!

Loot Crate has also revealed its August theme: “Kingdom.” Loot Crate’s premium crate (DX) will feature upgraded “Kingdom DX” items from Dungeons & Dragons, Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Legend of Zelda. Containing four to six items with a retail value of over $ 100 dollars, the DX crate subscription starts at $ 49.99 a month.

With August’s standard Loot Crate you’ll get items tied in with hit fantasy franchises like The Lord of the Rings, Adventure Time and The Legend of Zelda. Subscriptions for the standard Loot subscription box start at $ 15.99 a month.

Click here to subscribe to standard Loot Crate by 8/19 to get the August box!

Which is your favorite item from the July Loot Crate DX? Let us know in the comments below!

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April Loot Crate Unboxing, Plus May Theme Preview

April Loot Crate Unboxing, Plus May Theme Preview

April Loot Crate unboxing, plus May theme preview

Loot Crate has provided ComingSoon.net the opportunity to do unboxing galleries for their standard monthly Loot subscription box. The April Loot Crate theme is “Investigate,” and contains exclusive items from franchises including Stranger Things, Jessica Jones, Batman and The X-Files. Check out the unboxing in our gallery below!

Click here to subscribe to Loot Crate by 5/19 to get the May box!

Loot Crate has also revealed its May theme: “Guardians.” The crate will salute those that stand up for others, whether they’re protecting the galaxy, the world, or just the neighborhood. All hail the GUARDIANS! It will include items from franchises like Star Wars, The Goonies, Destiny and, of course, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2!

Loot Crate’s premium crate (DX) will contain “Guardians” items from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Wonder Woman, DC Comics and Destiny. Containing 4-to-6 items with a retail value of over $ 100 dollars, the DX crate subscription starts at $ 49.99 a month.

Which is your favorite item from the April Loot Crate? Let us know in the comments below!

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Unboxing and Building the LEGO Dimensions Wave 7.5 Sets!

Unboxing and Building the LEGO Dimensions Wave 7.5 Sets!

Unboxing and Building the LEGO Dimensions Wave 7.5 Sets!

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has debuted the second batch of LEGO Dimensions Year 2 content, and sent along some of the new packs to us. You can see a full gallery of everything you’ll find with the new LEGO Dimensions Wave 7.5 sets, including the now available LEGO Batman Movie Story Pack, Knight Rider Fun Pack, and Excalibur Batman Fun Pack below! You can also watch the new LEGO Batman Movie gameplay trailer underneath!

The future waves of LEGO Dimensions Year 2 sets will include The Goonies, Teen Titans Go!, LEGO City UndercoverThe Powerpuff Girls, Beetlejuice and Harry Potter.

All expansion packs provide players with continued compatibility to use everything from Waves 1-9 interchangeably, anywhere throughout the game. And no new starter pack is required, as all new packs will simply enhance the LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack game and work with the existing LEGO Toy Pad.

Developed by TT Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, LEGO Dimensions is now available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360, and the Wii U system. You can also check out a new trailer for the game’s latest addition of Battle Arenas below!

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