You’ve been searching all day. You’ve traveled hundreds of miles, sometimes backtracking to make sure you haven’t missed anything. Some areas are so infested with hostile creatures that you’ve been prevented from continuing on your journey until the creatures were destroyed. After all that, you’ve finally … finally, found what you’ve been looking for – the secret passage that transports you to another place. You’ve moved up to the next level! You’re so excited that you barely notice how much your back hurts, nor do you notice that you’re on the verge of getting a migraine headache … again. Believe me, I’ve been there.
It may sound like a strange story to any non-gamers here, but it’s all too familiar for us gamers. Whether we play on an Xbox or online, we enter worlds filled with witches, elves, dragons, and more, by traveling to mysterious and sometimes secret locations. We can spend so much time in this other world, we begin to do some serious damage to our bodies.
Last year, I had the amazing opportunity to go to the Tokyo Game Show. It was a great trip, apart from the game show, and the city of Tokyo is like nothing I’ve ever seen. Japanese culture is amazing and I wouldn’t change the experience for the world.
I booked my flight and my hotel with Last Minute Travel, and they took care of everything. It all went down without a hitch and I didn’t have to worry about anything more than if my favorite cosplay costume could still fit me (It did by the way, haha). I’m really happy I booked with them because they saved me a lot of headaches.
If you have an impressive video game collection with thousands of dollars’ worth of titles and consoles, you may want to consider insuring your collection. It would be a damn shame to lose everything you’ve collected in an unfortunate fire or flood. While you may choose to have your collection insured by your renter’s or home-owner’s insurance, there are certain things you will have to take into consideration so you don’t get bitten in the ass by your insurance company.
If you choose to go the home-owner’s or renter’s insurance route, you will have to ensure that your collection is valued both collectively and individually. For example, if your house was broken into, but the burglar only stole one console, then the individual value of the item would have to be assessed. The other scenario would be if something unfortunate happened and your entire collection got destroyed, then the collective value would have to be assessed.