ThinkGeek is helping the nerds in your life get ready for the holidays. Score up to 70% off of a ton of products and apparel during their Black Friday Sale. There are seriously hundreds of items to choose from, which means every corner of geekdom is covered by this sale.
The further you get down your holiday shopping list, the harder it is to find good gifts. But these stocking stuffer ideas are all around $20 or less, and would be actually useful gifts for nearly anyone.
You finally snagged the toy that’s been on the top of your kid’s Christmas wishlist for months—now you just have to wrap it up, shove it under the tree and bask in parental pride. (“Fine work, me. Fine work.”) Well, wait. Is the toy difficult to assemble? Because nothing quite dampens the giddy thrill of watching your…
If you still haven’t gotten around to picking out a Father’s Day gift, Amazon’s here to bail you out with a pair of Gold Box deals full of popular, if a little cliché, ideas.
You’ve unwrapped your presents and received everything you’d hoped you’d get. But now what? We’ve got you covered this holiday season with several guides to help you get acquainted with your brand new gadgets.
If you’re thinking of giving someone an Xbox, PlayStation, Wii U, 3DS, Vita, or iPad this Christmas, there’s something you can do to sweeten the deal even more for the recipient: download every update for the console first.
We take a lot of what we have today for granted: Fancy toys, giant TVs, new consoles. So often, we forget just how much holiday gifts used to suck.
Buying presents for the science fiction and fantasy fan in your life can be a major challenge — because no two fans are the same. It's just not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Some people love Star Trek, others love Superman. So here's our gift guide for the 10 major species of fans!
There was a time you couldn't board an airplane without seeing at least a half dozen Game Boys. That time has come again, thanks to Think Geek's Travel Boy carry-on luggage.
Merry Christmas everyone! It's Christmas day! Is it snowing outside? Is your cat currently cuddled in your lap? Are you eating pie?
ZeptoLab's candy-munching Om Nom is the most iconic mobile gaming character this side of Angry Birds, the sweetheart (and tooth) of smartphone gamers around the globe. Round 5 immortalizes the star of Cut the Rope in a series of plushies and collectibles worthy of his big, stupid, toothy grin.
As a gamer that regularly reviews big titles and otherwise has the means to procure his own video game entertainment, it isn't often I get to experience the joy of a thoughtful video game related gift. Instead, I give things to my family and live vicariously through them. What did they get this year?
Do it yourself clothing and crap company CafePress has teamed up with Microsoft to give Xbox Live users the ability to print and purchase stuff starring their own personalized avatar. Let's go Voltron force!
Announced back in July, the pin set Club Nintendo is giving free to its platinum members this year was met with the usual round of griping and complaining. One of our readers just received his and, you know, it's actually a pretty decent gift.
Yesterday, we asked you, the Kotaku readership, to name the video games that might make the least thrilling gifts to find under the Christmas tree this season, metaphorically, the fruitcake or the Lee Carvallo's Putting Challenge of gaming gifts.
We can't resist cuteness of this magnitude! These Star Wars mice are the sort of thing you'll buy as presents for your friends... and then wind up hoarding them for yourself. Plus check out Harry Potter and Hermione mice!
Bill collectors, petition gatherers, creepy neighbors, cheerful-looking people who want to talk to you about your relationship with God, tell them all it's safe to cross into your home when this Pitfall! croc shuts his mouth.
This cutting board runs $165, but it's perfect for cutting vegetables - or strawberries, oranges, apples and melons. But not Galaxians or keys. Seen on Etsy by reader Cameron O.