Loot Crate March 2014 is Titanfall Overload + Giveaway!



Titanfall craziness has set in, and if you can bare to tear yourself away from the game for a few moments, you’ll want to revel in this month’s Loot Crate for March 2014. Yep, this month’s Loot Crate is all about Titanfall.

1. Exclusive Titanfall T-Shirt

This is a Titanfall tee that you won’t find anywhere else. It’s actually based on the T-Shirt that was originally only available to the Titanfall development team.

2. Attack on Titan Manga: 1

Curious about the origin of Titanfall? This is the Manga that started it all, and it’s in English, so you can actually read it. To top it all off, this version also has lots of bonus content that is not seen in the series.

3. Titanfall C101 Lanyard

Loot Crate worked on their own to design this lanyard that is based on the official C101 custom versions of the console and controller.

4. Attack on Titan – Scouting Regiment Wristband

Yeah, it’s a wristband, but oh what a lovely Titanfall wristband it is.

5. Attack on Titanfall Magnet

This magnet uses artwork from Team Loot Crate member Zack.

6. Titanfall Premium Strategy eGuide

A $9.99 value, Loot Crate has worked with Prima Games to offer a premium version of the Titanfall Strategy eGuide.

Loot Crate is a subscription service for gamer geeks. Each month members receive a box full of fun and unexpected gamer swag. Does this month’s Loot Crate look drool worthy to you? How about winning it for yourself! We’re giving away this month’s Loot Crate, so enter below to win.

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  1. The code is the Konami Code, which according to Wikipedia, originated on the 1986 NES port of the arcade game Gradius.

  2. I haven’t played Titanfall yet, but from everything that I’ve read, it certainly seems to be well-made and great fun.

  3. Konami Code from various Konami games, 1st used in 1986 NES release of Gradius.
    Titanfall is awesome because of the giant robots.

  4. Titanfall is fun and fast paced. You can do a lot more things in it than other FPS. Also the giant robots add a new dimension of gameplay in FPS games.

  5. I believe the code is from the NES game, Contra.

    I also love TitanFall because it reminds me of Call of Duty.

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