If the big day is approaching and you find yourself clueless on what to get for the game-lover in your life, look no further: ShopWiki's got you covered. We have all you need to know to light up Christmas for everyone, from the casual to the most hardcore gamer.
For more ideas, check out our general guide to buying gifts for gamers.
Who's the Lucky Gamer?
Here are some tips to help you out as you're budgeting:
* Games for different systems cost different amounts, and some can run as much as $60. Plan ahead.
* If there's a game that's been on the market a while, the price may have dropped. Often when something hits the best-selling lists, the publishers give a discount as a thank you to fans.
* If you end up getting a game for cheap and feel like you need to supplement with another reasonably priced present, consider accessories and prepaid cards. These are always appreciated.
* If you're buying an online game, verify that there are no monthly subscription fees like in Games
Remember, you need to buy for the system that they owngames'>list of upcoming games to find the newest titles for this holiday season.
These options are inexpensive and are small enough to slide into a stocking.
If the aficionados in your life seem to have everything and you find gift cards to be too cheap, you still have one option for holiday gift giving: belt buckles.
Not sure what sort of classics to consider.
You could always get them one of the game systems themselves: for some deals on those, check the individual game system guides listed in the section above. Otherwise, these are great midrange options.
If you're going all-out this holiday season, then these are some prime picksthat are sure to get a big reception.