Another year, another round of holiday gift shopping. But what should you buy all those special people in your life? What should you be looking for on this hectic Black Friday?
Here we have yet another handheld gamer, and the Vita gamer needs holiday love, too. Perhaps more so than any other gamer, since the pickings are still somewhat (at least relatively) slim.
Oooo who is that special someone you're planning on buying such lavish gifts for?
The holiday gift guides continue! What gift ideas do you have that range from $26-$100? As opposed to the more cost effective suggestions we shared yesterday, these might be for a closer friend.
If your friend is a handheld fiend, they may just own a Nintendo 3DS, DS, or Xl version of either.
Does your gaming friend or relative have a PlayStation 3? Maybe you want to buy them one. But even if they already do own Sony's home console, your friend, relative or puppy (don't judge) might need some new games.
You know the friend. The one that has bought and seemingly played every game before you can even launch Steam to purchase that new title. You know the one. That exciting new one.
We've shared some PC gift suggestions—from keyboards to games—and gifts that will cost you under $25. But today we want to suggest games and accessories to match an Xbox 360.
Just cause someone doesn't play games as regularly as you do doesn't mean they wouldn't be up for a friendly introduction. So what do you get that one friend, cousin, sibling, aunt?
Just because the holidays are coming up doesn't necessarily mean you have to get crazy gifts for everyone. What if you want a quality gift for a non-terrorizing price?
Ah, the holidays. That time of year where your wallet is empty and your belly is full. It's a trade-off I'm willing to make. Especially if it means we get our hands on some delightful goodies, some perhaps gaming related!
The Holidays are upon us; Chanukah is underway, Christmas is almost here, and it's time to get those last-minute gifts. We've given you ideas for people who already have all the games they want, for people who like science and other thinky pursuits, and for your teenage son who seems pretty normal but who you don't…
Everybody games. (Finally!) With a million different types of gamers, there are a million types of gifts to be bought. This year, rather than going very broad, we've tried to offer up a few specific different archetypes, the better to actually help you find something for the person you love.
Ah, the iPhone. The person who has the iPhone—and who never doesn't have the iPhone—only needs one gift. But surely there's more than one to recommend.
College is a special time in the life of any young man or woman. You're finally free from your parents, ready to meet new people, attend interesting classes, and probably drink with those people and during those classes. While the first year of college can be a very busy time, there's always space for some gaming. A…
He gets OK grades in school. He has a few friends. They seem passable. He eats at the table every night and sits in the back seat of the car every weekend, but really, he's a teenage boy. You don't know him.
Let's say you know a guy. Could be a lady, but it's most likely a guy. This guy owns a video game console or two, but he only uses for one thing: to play sports games.
It can be a challenge to buy a gift for your brainy, science-obsessed friend. What kind of games might he or she like? The science brains among us can be so intimidating, partly because it's always scary buying things for smart people, but partly because who knows what those science people even like? Do they want…
It's not that they're no fun, or have something against games, but we all know someone who seems to prefer the most analog means of interactive entertainment—a good old pencil and paper—over all of the modern media. Here are some gift ideas that will both cater to that preference and maybe nudge him to try something…