Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Halo Master Chief Costume ~ Not only for Halloween!

Do you have a gamer in the house? Chances are that most households these days have at least on game console, and at least one hard-core gamer. My two sons love video games and yes, we own more than one video game console in addition to numerous video games.


With all of that being said, an obvious choice for Halloween this year was a video game character costume, like this one ~ Halo Master Chief Costume from Wholesale Halloween Costumes. This character is extremely popular and is the main protagonist of the Halo video game series. John-117, better known as Master Chief, saves humanity time and time again from the evil alien Covenant Empire. This ultra-detailed jumpsuit is padded in the chest and arms to give my son a stout upper body, and is printed with full-color, battle-damaged Spartan armor. My sons both love wearing this highly detailed costume and playing the role of this super soldier along with all of their props and accessories including the awesome mask. Not only does my son plan to wear this costume for Halloween trick or treating but they both wear it around the house as they play and assume the role of this futuristic gladiator. I love that they have such vivid imaginations and not only play video games, but also jump off the electronics and have physical activity using video game costumes and cool accessories. 
This isn't the first time my family has received great costumes from Wholesale Halloween Costumes, and as I've said before, both of my sons wear costumes all of the time ~ actually more than they wear their regular clothing. As a mother, I love that my kids have the imagination to have so much fun with merely a few costumes and props. Halloween isn't the only time of the year for a great costume! 

Disclosure: I received the above product for review purposes, however, all opinions are entirely my own.

2 comments:

  1. There are gamers in my house and I never thought about getting video game costumes. This is awesome. I will have to take a look at the site!

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  2. My son is going as Frankenstein. His teacher read the class they kid friendly version. Now he is obsessed.

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