This is a very late review of September's Loot Crate. Instead of reviewing the crate mainly I'm instead going to talk about the ridiculousness that is Royal Mail and USPS who both managed to lose track of a parcel which clearly had a tracking number on it. As a result I got my crate 2 weeks late and now have another on the way to replace the one that was thought to be lost. Now I don't work in logistics or anything but surely the reason packages have these tracking numbers on them is to be able to follow the package's journey so that if it gets lost or misplaced at a certain point it is easy to track it down. I tracked it as far as leaving the US thanks to USPS' tracking number but Royal Mail..."nope that ...