Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Peeking in the Swag Bag

I've been sorting through a few of the various items in the Swag Bag. I figured I'd put together a list of a few of the things so that people can get an idea of some of the fun, unique, and sometimes warped collectibles that accumulate in my line of work. Also, it's an opportunity for people to try hitting me up for some of the stuff (heh).

So, here goes:
  • An Xbox version of Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, signed by the developers over at Radical Entertainment
  • Three retail games for the Nokia N-Gage: High Seize, One, and X-Men Legends II
  • Darkwatch T-Shirt (XL) and comic book
  • Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory hoodie (S)
  • Art of Guild Wars hardback book
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas embroidered socks (yes, I said "socks")
  • Fable metal die, sides read: Choose Good, Choose Evil, Follow Your Heart, Trust Your Instincts, Yes Absolutely, and No Definitely Not
  • War of the Monsters foam rock
  • Destroy All Humans! ray gun (shoots smoke rings)
  • A set of the limited edition City of Villains HeroClix initially available only in the CoV Collector's Edition
  • Set of Hot Shots Golf Fore! golfballs
  • Metal Gear Solid Cold War Camouflage Snake Kubrick figure
  • Mortal Kombat Deception Skull Head Scorpion action figure
  • Mortal Kombat Deception Cold Snap Sub-Zero action figure
  • E3 2005 exclusive DS card featuring theLegend of Zelda: Twilight Princess trailer
  • Zero Hour exclusive Xbox 360 faceplate
  • Red vs. Blue Season 1, 2, and 3 DVDs signed by the guys at Rooster Teeth
  • Doom theatrical one sheet poster
  • Gizmondo handheld device (Smart Adds version) w/ 3 games
  • Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Xbox demo, signed by writer Paul Jenkins
  • Wristband embroidered with the SEGA logo
  • Wristband embroidered with the Dead or Alive 4 logo
  • Plastic fan from Tokyo Game Show promoting Viewtiful Joe and MegaMan (aka Rockman)
  • Final Fantasy XI Online Atlas, sealed w/ exclusive Yoshitaka Amano book jacket

I've got more stuff in the bag, but this list is just for starters. So ... anyone got any unique ideas for dishing stuff out? Or are you just going to try calling dibs on the different things? For the record ... that last option probably won't work on me ... unless you get REAL creative when calling dibs. (heh)


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