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Top 5 with Lisa Foiles: Metroid, Metroid, Metroid
Want to snag that awesome red Metroid t-shirt that Lisa wore in this week’s episode? Maybe the “Smooth trooper lovers yo mammas flapjacks” tee is more your style? Check out the Ep 8 Get the Look Guide.
For Fashion Friday, I sound off on my Top 5 Samus Shirts.
Yo Ho, Yo Ho, It’s A Gamer’s Life For Me!
Do you have what it takes to set sail on adventures with an elite group of video games fans? Do you want to live by your own code and plunder for loot? Then, grab this Pirate Flag Gamer T-shirt from JammyMunkey (£16).
Insert Coin for Hotline Miami, Mega Man & Street Fighter
The UK-based video games clothing company, Insert Coin Clothing, has been busy this Spring cranking out new lines for some of our favorite games including a Letterman jacket for Hotline Miami (£55) and E Tank T-shirt (£22) inspired by Mega Man. I’m still baffled that they didn’t make an E Tank Tank Top. Maybe double tank was too much like double rainbow? I doubt it you can never have too much tank just like you can never have too much cowbell. You can always use more.
Insert Coin also introduced a worldly collection of t-shirts, leggings and dressing gown all inspired by Street Fighter. The World Warrior T-shirts (£22) includes a country origins shout-out for our favorite fighters similar to the Olympic Games uniforms with a flag patch on the sleeve. The champions featured include Ryu, Ken, Chun Li, Blanka and Guile. You even can prepare for a big fight post-shower with the Ryu bathrobe (£55). I was excited to see Insert Coin branching out to new apparel by including these leggings in their Street Fighter collection. The leggings come in two styles, Player One and Fight! (£30). I’m interested to see how the quality compares to leggings megapower, Black Milk.
Champions in IRL: New League of Legends T-shirts
J!NX introduced a new collection of League of Legends t-shirts with the theme of League of Legends IRL from the winners of their t-shirt design content. Aw, tea parties with Voli and pool parties with minions is a Summoner’s dream. You can also get crafty with Amumu and Lux while listening to the death metal band, Pentakill. I bet you Nikasaur is their number one fan.
I hope we’ll see more League of Legends t-shirts for the Summer. I’d love to see some Champion tanks.
Dress Like Wil Wheaton: Hyperion T-shirt