Something we don't mention much on the site is games merchandise. For me that's often because merchandise feels so much like either advertising (as with pre-order gimcrackery) or just isn't doing anything particularly interesting - it's just a picture on a tshirt or a logo on a keyring.
Something I wanted to do was talk about bits of games merchandise I've picked up over the years which I really like and invite you to share your own.
Read the rest of this article with an RPS Premium subscription
To view this article you'll need to have a Premium subscription. Sign up today for access to more supporter-only articles, an ad-free reading experience, free gifts, and game discounts. Your support helps us create more great writing about PC games.See more information