The gift of gaming.

Christmas is fast approaching and I usually buy something game-related, at least in recent years.  Last year, I bought my brother a headset for online PC gaming, but he's pretty much gone strictly to the 360.  This year, I'm buying my two 12 year old cousins a couple of DS games (Nintendogs and Brain Age) since their library is slim at the moment.  I believe one of them wanted Imagine: Wedding Designer (silly girl), but I decided to go with something good they would enjoy.

So what games or game-related paraphernalia will you be giving to your friends and family?

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Posted by Dalai

Christmas is fast approaching and I usually buy something game-related, at least in recent years.  Last year, I bought my brother a headset for online PC gaming, but he's pretty much gone strictly to the 360.  This year, I'm buying my two 12 year old cousins a couple of DS games (Nintendogs and Brain Age) since their library is slim at the moment.  I believe one of them wanted Imagine: Wedding Designer (silly girl), but I decided to go with something good they would enjoy.

So what games or game-related paraphernalia will you be giving to your friends and family?

Posted by zitosilva

I bought Winning Eleven 2009 for my younger brother. He's not really much into videogames, but he loves the winning eleven series.

And that's pretty much it, I don't have close relatives aside from my brothers and parents. With the excpetion of the one I mentioned, none of them are into gaming. But I've surely got some things for myself that are game related.

Posted by Vinchenzo

Nobody else in my family really likes games, that I'll be seeing anyway. It sucks having parents who do not understand how games are played. For instance, when I am being yelled at while trying to finish a damn match online! Oh well. Imagine: Wedding Designer, sounds like a real winner.

Posted by Claude

My sister is getting a Wii for her family, so I'm getting them a BestBuy gift card. I always buy my nephew (22yrs. old) a Gamestop (formerly EB) gift card.