Monday, November 16, 2015

Assassin's Creed III

Name: Assassin's Creed III
Platform: Xbox 360 (Also available on PS3)
Bought at: GameStop
Bought when: 11/16/2015
How much: 4.99

Just nabbed this at GameStop earlier today, it was the last AC game I played and I'd been wanting to finish it up and get started on Black Flag for a while now. One of the games I still had the case for, so all I really needed were the game discs.

Front of the game case.

The sorry excuse for a manual that Ubisoft included and the game discs.

The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings

Name: The Wthcher 2: Assassin of Kings
Platform: PC (Also available for Xbox 360).
Bought at:
Bought when: 11/06/2015
How much: 17.99 came in last week and I'm totally stoked, it's as good as it was described and I can play the game just fine off of the disc, just like the good old days :D
I tried it out and it's VASTLY different then the first game in the series, so much that on normal, it feels quite hard, but anyways, PICTURES!

Front of the Game Box.

Back of the game box.

Front of the Soundtrack Case

Back of the Soundtrack Case.

Still sealed papercraft kit and a letter that I'm not too sure how it relates to the game's story just yet.

Strategy Guide.

Front of the game case.

Back of the game case.

Manual, Game Discs and In-Game Map.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Just ordered The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings, I stopped collecting physical PC games a long time ago, or rather, going out of my way to buy physical PC games, but this is a series that I consider worth having In my collection. The first game in the series stands among my all time favorite RPGs on PC and I've heard nothing but good things about the sequel (and more recently, the third game in the series). I'll be back with more pictures once I recieve it sometime next week, hopefully In the condition described, it's supposed to be CIB.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Tales of Zestiria (Collector's Edition)

Name: Tales of Zestiria (Collector's Edition).
Platform: PS4 (Also available for PS3 and PC).
Bought at:
Bought when: 10/10/2015
How much: $129.99, $32.99 for the Strategy Guide (Collector's Edition).

I've been a fan of Namco's Tales of series for a long time, and as soon as I saw the Collector's Edition for Tales of Zestiria, I knew I had to have it. The price was a little steep on this one, I fully agree, but considering everything that you are getting, it's not bad at all.

Front view of the box.

Side A of the box.

Back side of the box.

Side B of the box.

The art book. It's hard cover and very good quality.

Front view of the Steel Tin Case.

Back view of the Steel Tin Case.

Inside view of the Steel Tin Case and the Soundtrack Disc.

Chibi figures box (I haven't assembled them yet).

Key Chains box.

The key chains themselves, they are made out of rubber.

Front of the Anime Blu Ray box.

Back of the Anime Blu Ray box.

Front of the game case.

Back of the game case.

Front of the Strategy Guide.

Back of the Stategy Guide.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Hello and welcome to my new blog, this post is just a test and introductory post to my blog that I want to do, In order to get a little feedback as to the look and feel of it, as well as to get myself a basic understanding of how it all works. Pretty much everything is still a work In progress, but the basic gist of it, is that I collect video games and I've been wanting to chronicle my journey as a collector and I thought a blog would be an ideal way of doing this, I tried facebook for this purpose before, but it's a little limiting in terms of the functionality that I would like.

Here are some random images of no real importance, so I can check out how the image and picture layout works.

This is some more insignificant text, meant for my own testing purposes, feel free to ignore it or read it, it doesn't really make too much of a difference :P

More insignificant text!

Thanks for checking it out!