Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Video Game Costumes are All the Rage and We Love Our Minecraft Steve Mask!

Minecraft is all the rage right now, and especially with my six year old son. He would spend all day playing Minecraft and watching Stampy Long Nose videos if I let him! When he is not either playing the game or watching the videos, he is often dreaming up scenarios and acting out his imagination in life.

Recently, I was offered the chance to review the Steve Mask from Costume Reviewers. Of course my little man was over the moon happy at the chance, because this provides him the perfect opportunity to use his imagination and incorporate Minecraft into his play. We already have the pick ax and sword from Minecraft, so this Steve head was a welcome addiction. I am in love with the fact that this is a quick, simple Halloween costume that can be used year round. At less than $20, it is a relatively inexpensive option for imagination play for those wanting to join the computer world!


My son is incredibly interested in learning more about video game consoles since Stampy plays Minecraft on the X-Box. While my son only plays on his tablet now, we have play of getting him an X-Box and Minecraft for it on his 7th birthday in August. I know he is going to be over the moon!

If you have a little one into Minecraft like mine, or perhaps you are, you definitely want to check this out. They also have a Zombie and Enderman head available too! All three are super easy to accessorize and make into a complete Halloween costumes. For my little man and his Steve Head I will add jeans and a teal shirt. For the Enderman just wear all black and the zombie would be perfect in all green!

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