Your preference will be saved for 90 days, or until you clear your browser cookies.
If you’re looking for a cool decoration for your desk that shows of your love for Zelda, this officially-licensed The Legend of Zelda Rupee Chest is pretty sweet. Whenever you open it you’ll feel the thrill that Link feels when discovering a treasure.
This Wind Waker-style Legend of Zelda chest has some very special features, including a built-in NES console with a matching custom controller. But the real show-stopper is the Triforce that actually levitates and rotates on top.
Behold, Julien de Muyter’s mighty invention! It’s a 3D printed replica of the magical box or chest that houses the animated game boards in Hearthstone.
Julien’s model measures about 10″x 8″x 6″ and takes between 20 to 25 hours total to print.
A Borderlands fan got a funny and thoughtful proposal in the form of this well made ring box, which was made to look like a loot chest from the irreverent first-person shooter. It even has the colorful information pop up, complete with funny quotes and stats.
If you think the life-sized treasure chest is too big or expensive, check out ThinkGeek’s tiny version. It measures just 4″ wide, 4.5″ tall and 3″ deep. But what it lacks in size it makes up for in fanfare.
You can buy an unofficial life-sized replica of the treasure chests from The Legend of Zelda. It turns out there’s also an official replica of said treasure chest, except it fits in the palm of your hand.
The Zelda games have some pretty cool treasure chests and if you want one for yourself, you don’t need to plunder a dungeon or defeat a boss to get one. This neat musical life-sized treasure chest based on the ones in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask should fill the bill.
The Ultimate Loot Chest pre-order bundle for Borderlands 2 has become a sought after items among fans of the franchise because of the titular container. The remaining units of the bundle are selling for way higher than its original price of $150.