Where Did You Get It: GameStop
How Much: $19.99 plus tax
Assembly Time: Under 5 Minutes
Assembly & Review: Level Up's Stealth Game Tower
So, with the New Year came new projects and new objectives. I had some work done and had to move pretty much everything gaming related (games, Skylanders, Amiibo) etc., and for better, or worse (I like to think for the better) that afforded a legitimate opportunity to retool how I store and display these games and Skylanders.
I recently posted my complete Xbox One and PlayStation 2 game library's and both are resultant from this cleaning and organizing effort.
While I prefer bookshelves for games (or interior storage offered by an entertainment center), I wouldn't be able to fit PS2, Wii, Wii U, 3DS, and XB1 games in the 3-Shelf unit I had planned to use. That lead me to investigate other options and one intriguing one was this Stealth Game Tower from Level Up. It clocked in at under $20 AND I could pick it up locally. That is always a win-win.
There are a lot of reviews on this thing, but they are of the mixed variety. One person says it is great, the next says it is a POS that won't stand upright. So, I had to just take a chance and hope for the best, but decided to do the video so folks could SEE how it goes together, what it can hold, how it can hold different media inputs, and more importantly, how it functions both vertically and horizontally with and without a load.
As of writing this, I am happy to report that I've had this thing set up and fully stocked for about 2 weeks and have had zero issues with tipping etc. It may not be my dream set up, but for $20 I can't complain.
I will try to get some pictures up at a later date, but for now it was $20 well spent and a great way to organize my PS2 Library, along with a few DVDs.