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KickButtComputers has a pretty good selection of themes for your new system. The ones we have seen in the past are the Combat, Drums, Guitar, and Flames themes. The theme up for today is the Skull and Crossbones.
Every gamer, boy or girl, thinks about having a nice modded case at least once in his or her lifetime. Gamers can always go out and purchase an exotic looking case and attempt to do some small modding here and there to create a better look, but we all know how that can turn out. It is never perfect, at least not without proper tools. Even if you have the proper tools, without previous modding skills, your case is going to end up looking no better than the ugly Batman case that we have seen a couple of months ago. Let's face it, case modding can be tough.
KickButtComputers is a company located in Southern California, not too far from where I live. Their business is providing their customers a customizable system with a decked out pimping case. They understand that PC enthusiasts do not always have the time or the materials or even the guts to whip out the hacksaw and perform surgery on a regular case. Good thing for us, they know what they are doing.
KickButtComputers has a pretty good selection of themes for your new system. The ones we have seen in the past are the Combat, Drums, Guitar, and Flames themes. The theme up for today is the Skull and Crossbones. Girls, there are no pictures of Johnny Depp plastered all over the case (OK lame joke), but there are some very intuitive designs and some very hard modifications done and shown. Let's get on to the review and pictures so your jaw can drop open and drool.