By Jeremy Say

Hello world! This week on the Toy Box we will be talking Hearthstone’s new adventure, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV and the Station.


Well, Blizzard going to take my money again with Hearthstone’s latest adventure: One Night in Karazhan. Anyone familiar with Hearthstone should know that Blizzard generally releases expansions and adventures for the game. The difference is mainly that expansions are just card sets being released like Whispers of the Old Gods, while adventures are weekly releases of single player campaigns, called “wings”, with cards released weekly as rewards like League of Explorers. Karazhan looks to be an amazing 5 wing adventure with all the personality and creative mechanics that made its predecessors great.

  • Release Date: August 11th, 2016
  • 45 New Cards
  • Four Wings: $19.99 or 2,800 Gold (Prologue is free!)
  • Individual Wings: $6.99 or 700 Gold Each
  • Pre-Order within one week of launch and receive a Karazhan Nights Card Back!

Fans of Final Fantasy, your next movie is here! From the same team that brought you Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, Square Enix presents to you Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV. With beautiful computer-animated graphics, this science fantasy film has already garnered positive reviews in Japan. Kingsglaive, while based on the Final Fantasy XV game, will be a self contained experience meaning you won’t have to play the game to enjoy the film. It will be released on Blu-ray in the Deluxe Edition and Ultimate Collector’s Edition of the game on September 30,2016. You can also get the movie in the Final Fantasy XV Film collection which will include also include the short film Brotherhood. Digital release is slated for August 30th while the DVD/Blu-ray is set for October 4th.


Well who wouldn’t want that desk, if only to show-off. This is one of those fancy integrated customizable workspaces that would destroy most peoples’ wallet. At a hefty price tag of easily up to USD5,000 (not including shipping, of course- or accessories) I would truthfully rather get a better computer rig, but the table looks awesome enough that I would chuck money at it if I had way more than enough to spare (oh, let’s say a couple of million in disposable income). This 95kg behemoth is very mobile as it‘s set on castor wheels and is fully adjustable for the so-called “maximum ergonomic efficiency”.

It one of those silly pieces furniture that you know no one will ever really buy. If you do, be prepared for all sorts of annoying setups like attaching magnets to your keyboard or where the **** am I supposed to put my coffee. Wait they made a side table attachment that costs USD650. But, as a geek I couldn’t stop to admire the expensive piece of hipster/modernist furniture but I’m already bored of it after watching the trailer and seeing the listed price.

Well that’s all for this week’s Toy Box, stay tuned for next week’s episode.