Bam! Black Friday Gamer Box Review – November 2020

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Bam! offer a variety of geek interest boxes each month, including the Bam! Gamer Box. As the name suggests, this contains items of interest to gamers, including prop replicas and autographs.

This is a review of a special box they released for Black Friday 2020, complete with items from previous boxes. As such, this did not come with an information card. For extra confusion, it was packaged along with a Bam! Geek Box I ordered at the same time, so I have tried to separate this back out for review purposes. I haven’t had chance to write a review for the Geek version, but you can check out the included items on the video.

The price for the standard Bam! Gamer Box is $45 USD (£35 GBP). That includes shipping to the UK, making this one of the more expensive boxes.

The special box was even more expensive, at $50 USD (£40 GBP) including the share of postage. That did include the guarantee of three autographs and at least one Funko Pop! Vinyl.


Box Contents

Autographed Crash Bandicoot Tiny Tiger Funko Pop! Vinyl (Exclusive)

This is a repeat item for me, as I also received the Pop! in the first BAM! Gamer Box (back in July 2020). The first time I’ve ever had a duplicated autographed item!

This is autographed by Brandan O’Brien, the original voice of Crash Bandicoot and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

It is still cool to have this a second time.

You can see the Tiny Tiger Funko POP! Vinyl on I’ll value this as I did last time based on rarity value, at $20 USD.

Autographed Apex Legends Lifeline Funko Pop! Vinyl (Exclusive)

Here is the second Funko Pop! Vinyl in the box. It is Pop! Games #541, autographed by Mela Lee.

As best I can tell, this was in Bam! Gamer #2 (August 2020).

You can check out the regular version of the Apex Legends Lifeline Funko Pop! Vinyl on

It’s always hard to know how much value an autograph adds. I’ll stick conservatively at $20 USD, but people are asking for a lot more money than that on auction sites.

Legend Of Zelda Hylian Shield (Exclusive)

This was also in the first Bam! Gamer box, so it is a duplicate for me.

It is a small shield, billed as a prop replica. A nice enough item.

I’ll again value this at $5 USD.

Overwatch Lucio-Ohs Cereal Box (Exclusive)

This is rather unique. A folded cereal box. A nice display piece if you make it into a box.

This was in the Bam Gamer #3, but it’s hard to find out much more about it than that. I presume it was the prop replica.

I’ll value this at $5 USD.

Battletoads Fan Art Print (Exclusive)

This is a cool design, signed by the artist in the corner. I got print #2200 of 2200, which has some rarity value to it as well.

This was originally in the second Bam! Gamer Box.

I’ll use my usual fan art value of $5 USD.

Assassins Creed Valhalla Fan Print (Exclusive)

This item came from the third Bam! Gamer Box. This one comes signed but not numbered.

I’ll value it again at $5 USD.

Dota 2 Signed Art Print (Exclusive)

This is signed by John Patrick Lowrie who provided various voices for Dota 2 and was originally in the third Bam! Gamer Box.

As this is a celebrity autograph, I’ll value this at $10 USD.

Resident Evil Raccoon City Cops Badge (Exclusive)

Another prop replica. This one came originally in the second Bam! Gamer Box.

It’s billed as a badge, but it’s pretty large, with a chain, with folder leather (or plastic) and a pin.

A fun item.

I’ll value this at $5 USD.

Punch Out Pin (Exclusive)

This is a nice enough pin. It is from the first Bam! Gamer box, but not a duplicate for me, as I got an upgraded pin in that box. So now I can add the main pin to my collection.

Nothing to get too excited about, but I do like the design.

I’ll value this at $2 USD.

Final Fantasy Cloud Pin (Exclusive)

This one is from the second Bam! Gamer box. Nicely presented as always.

I’ll value this at $2 USD.

Mario Kart Toad Pin (Exclusive)

Rounding off the pins, this one is from the third Bam! Gamer Box.

An instantly recognisable character, even to me.

I’ll value this again at $2 USD.

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Box Review

A very good selection of items. All of these came from the first three Bam! Gamer boxes and really covered the vast majority of items in those original boxes.

I get $81 USD of value, which is quite a bit above the cost price.

I rather picked this up on a whim as I’m not the biggest player of modern games. So it did take a lot of detective work to identify some of these items. It’s a pity there aren’t really any good archives of Bam! Gamer products online, so hopefully the information I’ve provided is useful.

I’m certainly glad I didn’t buy the first three boxes all separately as this route of getting the items has been much more cost effective, even if I missed out on the chance of upgraded items.

In terms of overall value, it is quite hard to good. There are two Funko Pop! Vinyls, which are always welcome. But the celebrities aren’t people I recognise. Then there is a lot of reliance on fan contributions.

Bam! Gamer is, as the name suggests, a good box for gamers. It is a bit obscure for me, but still something worth a dive into from time to time.

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