Hopefully, there is a special someone (or at least a someone you’re obligated to buy holiday gifts for) in your life that is into board games. If so, don’t buy them board games! Buy them cool stuff that helps them store or organise their board games, they’ll like that better.
Shopping for the anime-curious? Need a quick, but special, gift for your friend who finds the whole “anime” thing confusing and intriguing? Maybe she’s seen half an episode of Cowboy Bebop and thought it was pretty sick. Or he lets out a little “squee...!” when he sees your plush collection.
The Lego lovers in your life probably aren’t wanting for little plastic bricks. While adding to the pile is a quick and easy method for marking them off your gift list, why not show off your own creativity by thinking outside of the blocks?
This holiday season, why not give the gift of Japanese gaming to those you love? No, seriously. Why not?
If you are giving a video game gift later this year, there’s a chance you’ll be wrapping up a copy of Call of Duty or Nintendo’s NES Classic. You may be dutifully satisfying a request for Overwatch or doling out for PlayStation VR. This is what people will ask for. Maybe you’d like to toss in a surprise?
It's that time of year. The time of Secret Santa, Hidden Hanukkah and Cryptic Kwanzaa celebrations, which means you might be tasked with getting gifts on a budget. We've got a few suggestions for that should keep both your wallet and favorite video game lovers happy.
He or she is still a kid. Free to take naps, play in the sandbox, and sometimes, have a crack at video games.