As said, the design is great; it's iconic without being overstated. The shirt is made of a comfortable and soft cotton.
However, the logo is printed noticeably off center - probably a good 1.5 to 2 inches. Just be aware that your item may be similarly messed up, as apparently the printers didn't bother to check their work for QA.
I absolutely love this shirt! It fits well, feels nice and just good in general!
I have the green version and I just love it. I'm already a huge fan of Fangamer and their shirts, but as a Zelda fan this pretty much made me all tingle-y (see what I did there?). It's strangely hard to take this shirt off, because it's just too comfy and awesome! The print stays nice and vivid even after washing. 10/10 would buy again.
As everyone else reviewing has said, this shirt has an amazing shirt quality (design, fabric, and "feel")!
Shipping and support was quick and reliable too.
Unique game design products + great service = :)
Awesome shirt that feels great while wearing. The design is awesome and is one you can be proud of to wear.
The material it's made of is super soft and comfy too!
Also available as a tank top.
Before printing began, before cotton had been spun into soft jersey, three golden goddesses descended upon the land of video game shirts. Attract Mode, Goddess of Game Art, cultivated a relationship with Cory Schmitz, the Goddess of Design, who poured his wisdom into a graphical depiction of 8-bit lore. Fangamer, Goddess of Nerdchandise, then beseeched the mighty sages at Forward Printing to bless it and uphold the design with a soft discharge print.
Their work completed, the three great goddesses returned to their respective URLs, leaving behind a shirt they deemed "Wisdom, Courage, Power". And it was good.
Each shirt comes with a slick tag print and a 1" bonus pin, also designed by Cory.
|Unisex XS-4X||American Apparel 2001|
|Women's XS-4X||District Made DM104L|
|Unisex 5X-6X||Port & Company 61|
This shirt features our new favorite women's garments, from District Made—they use women's sizes, not junior's, so if you're used to American Apparel check out their sizing chart (US) (metric) for more information.