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UNBOXING : The SEGA TGS 2015 Swag

We should have done this a couple of weeks ago, but I was busy with work and assembling Puyo Puyo figures. But it is better late than never right? As you already know we previously reported SEGA had a huge batch of merch during this year’s Tokyo Game Show, of course we had to get that awesome swag, so here’s the loot we purchased from the event:

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We’ll start with the T-shirts, there were a lot of models to choose from. The choices were the Shenmue, Space Channel 5, Sonic the Hedgehog, and 7th Dragon III Tees:

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The Exclusive SEGA TGS 2015 Sonic Tee is the prettiest of them all:

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We also purchased a couple of books: The Project Rub documentary, which comes with a CD + Sticker, describes the process of creating this game series written by Yuji Naka himself; the other is the CHUNITHM illustration book, which contains the character designs for this air guitar arcade developed by Team Mai Mai.

We also got a pair of SEGA Clear case folders, starting with the SEGA Consoles (which were sold out since 2000, now re-released just for this event):

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Speaking of SEGA Hardware, we had to get the SEGA Hard Girls ones, we also took a flyer for their upcoming November Concert:

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We tried to purchase the Hard Girls Sehagaga Towel, but it was sold out, so we had to get the Segata Sanshiro towel instead… oh well… it combines with the Segata Sanshiro mug tho.

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We also got Puyo Puyo swag, but we posted better and more pics at our Puyo Puyo Charagumin kits unboxing.

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Perhaps the raddest product we got from TGS is the Dreamcast calendar, it comes with different Dreamcast Game Cover Illustrations for every month!

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A The World End Eclipse fan, which were free…

And it was cool that they gave you a Sonic Sticker with every purchase!

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BONUS: Here’s how a SEGA TGS Merch booth product list looks like:

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Graphic Designer and Illustrator, and of course a SEGA Nerd and Fan!

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