Need help gift-buying for gamers this Christmas? Here are some items to look out for.
Operating on a guy with a red lightbulb for a nose apparently doesn't cut it anymore. Perhaps because his most obvious abnormality was the one thing you couldn't attack with a pair of tweezers? Regardless, nowadays you can perform surgical procedures on all sorts of licensed characters and, of course, no conversation about licensed products would be complete without Star Wars.
Donkey Kong Jenga
If you've ever played Jenga before, you can't help but have noticed that what the game really lacks is a compelling narrative featuring an antagonistic ape. Donkey Kong Jenga addresses this common complaint with the addition of Mario quadruplets who, as the game progresses, must climb to the top of the Jenga tower to rescue Pauline from the titular simian kidnapper.
Which is more tragic, Tetris or Tekken? Which is sexier, Passage or Pac-Man? These are just a couple of the countless question and answer combos that you might debate with friends during a game of Metagame: Videogame Edition. Warning: In the States of California and New York this game has been proven to cause intelligent discussion, learning, and podcasting.
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Lego Minecraft at £75... Someone is trying to cash in on this.
I got my brothers one for £34.95 from the Lego store in Blue Water.
Or order it there with post for roughly £40 total.
Only thing from the list above I would consider wanting is the Wii U, GAEMS G155, Astro A50 Headset and maybe the Ipod touch. In other words the expensive stuff. :D