We all love to compete, but as the generation that grew up on Quake and Brood War gets older, we’re not as keen on energy drinks and pop rocks anymore. Joints can ache after an hour’s worth of play, and quality-of-life improvements are a bigger deal than a mild video card increase or another headset.
Are you shopping for an anime fan and have no earthly idea what this “anime” thing is—much less what he or she would like? Or perhaps you know what they like and are looking at your options. Either way, don’t worry. We’re here to help.
It’s the holiday season. Maybe you like video games. Maybe a loved one is into video games. Maybe you want to get them (or ask for) something that celebrates the visual splendour of games without actually paying for software. If so, check this stuff out.
Action figures and tiny vinyl statues are great for taking up work real estate and making employers question professionalism, but toys are meant to be played with. Here’s a selection of toy gifts that they won’t be able to keep their hands off. (Or something.)
It’s actually not always that easy to just buy a video game console. Almost every console on offer comes bundled with some game or other. That’s not a bad thing, of course, but it can make the process of picking out a gift a little tricky.
Christmas is a time for giving. And if you're over the age of 13, that usually means giving (or asking for!) books. That being the case, here are some good books you can buy (or ask for!) for someone who is into video games, or is just a cool person around video games.
Need some video-game-themed holiday cards? Here you go... A quartet of good-looking gaming greeting cards that you could give as cards or as gifts. Good stuff! Order here. These are via friend of the site Matt Hawkins and the folks at Attract Mode.
The joy of tearing away wrapping paper to reveal a new toy during the holidays never gets old, even if we do. Here are some helpful suggestions for spreading colorful plastic joy to the toy collector in your life this holiday season.
The Xbox One is out and maybe someone you know picked it up. Or maybe you're considering picking one up for someone this holiday season. Here's some advice before you crack open your wallet.
You've got one of them in your life: a person who likes their fiction with pictures. Sometimes with capes, too. Get some ideas about how to make their holidays super right here.
Just because Microsoft has a new console doesn't mean people aren't still playing their 360s. Here are some suggestions for 360 shopping this year.
Have you got an anime fan in your life and have no idea what to get him or her for Christmas? Don’t worry. From series on Blu-ray and streaming subscriptions to figures and jewelry, there is plenty out there awaiting your selection—so much so that a few tips might be in order.
Sony's handheld device might not be brimming with support and popularity, but it's definitely a solid piece of hardware. Here are some buyer's tips when it comes to the Vita.
Sony's newest console just recently launched, right in time for the holiday season. Here are some dos and don'ts when it comes to holiday shopping and the PS4.
Just because Sony's got a new console out doesn't mean people aren't still attached to their PS3s. Here are some tips for PS3-related holiday shopping.
Thinking about building someone a PC? Replacing a part? Adding an accessory? Buying a game? We've got some suggestions.
Nintendo's handheld is a fantastic gaming device. So if you're thinking of buying someone more games for their 3DS, or a 3DS itself, here's a little advice.
It's that time of year again, folks. The time where everyone scrambles to buy their loved ones a gift in time for the holiday season. Well, don't be that procrastinator. We're here to help. (At least in the games department.)
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.