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  1. Product Info: Developer: NetherRealm Studios Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Website: Mortal Kombat 11 / Injustice 2 Twitter: @NetherRealm / @wbgames / @MortalKombat / @InjusticeGame Related: Mortal Kombat 11 Is Now Available For Xbox One Mortal Kombat 11 Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One Batman: Arkham Collection Is Now Available For Xbox One View the full article
  2. Product Info: Developer: Undercoders Publisher: Numskull Games Website: SuperEpic: The Entertainment War Twitter: @Undercoders / @NumskullGames Related: SuperEpic: The Entertainment War Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One Slabwell Is Now Available For Xbox One Slabwell Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One View the full article
  3. Product Info: Developer: Gambrinous Publisher: Versus Evil Website: Cardpocalypse Twitter: @vs_evil / @gambrinous Related: AO Tennis 2 Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One Rift Keeper Is Now Available For Xbox One Pillars Of Eternity II: Deadfire – Ultimate Edition Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One View the full article
  4. Louis Vuitton has unveiled the LVxLoL Collection, made up of 34 items inspired by League of Legends. These clothing items, which pulls elements of the game's aesthetic into the world of high fashion, retail at extremely high prices--not unusual for Louis Vuitton, but higher than you might be used to for gaming apparel. Some are quite subtle in their gaming links--this $345 diamond bracelet will only be identifiable as a game tribute by people in the know--while others, like this $670 t-shirt, are more transparently based on the game. On the cheaper end of the scale, a monogram bandeau will set you back $170; on the other hand, you could spend $5650 on a biker jacket. The bumbag pictured below costs $2400. The page also features several models showing what different outfits you could potentially put together from this range might look like; a few examples are collected below. Obviously, these full ensembles are going to set you back a bit. December has been a big month for League of Legends developer Riot Games, with the announcement of Riot Forge and a move into publishing. We also found out now long ago that they're working on a fighting game and shooter. It hasn't all been good news, though, with the studio also recently settling a sexual discrimination lawsuit, following a 2018 report by Kotaku on the studio's culture of sexism. View the full article
  5. Product Info: Developer: Lab42 Publisher: Ripstone Ltd Website: Snooker 19 Twitter: @Lab42Games / @RipstoneGames / @Snooker19Game Related: View the full article
  6. Axiom Verge 2 was announced this week as part of Nintendo's Nindies showcase, and it'll be exclusive to the Switch at launch. The first Axiom Verge is available widely, releasing first on PlayStation 4 before making its way to PC, PS Vita, Wii U, Xbox One, and Switch. It's unclear whether the sequel will follow a similar verge, but developer Thomas Happ has talked to USGamer about launching on Switch, and given a few details about the game's setting. Asked about the game coming to Switch first, Happ says that the system "was kind of a natural platform to start with this time around. It seems as though every few years platforms shift in terms of popularity of indies and at the moment the Switch is really the best place for it." The first game's sales of the system have remained strong, while other platforms have dropped off. "It also helps that the Switch is the lowest spec of them all so I can be guaranteed that if I develop on Switch, the same thing will run elsewhere without making sacrifices," he says. That last statement suggests that the game will eventually come to other systems, but Happ can't say anything specific yet. "I can't really talk about where you'll see Axiom Verge 2 other than the Switch. That said, it took several years before Axiom Verge reached every platform, and that worked out pretty well since each time I could devote all my energy to whatever platform it was currently releasing on." Axiom Verge is far from the only indie game to enjoy great success on the Switch. Indie-darling Celeste has been a huge success on the system, and 25% of all Shovel Knight sales are on Switch, to name just two examples. Elsewhere in the interview, Happ elaborates on the game's setting, saying that "depending on how you view things, Axiom Verge 2 is both in the future of Axiom Verge and in the past, but probably more of the latter." He also hints at faster-than-light communication playing a part in the game's narrative. The original Axiom Verge scored an 8/10 in our review, and reviewer Peter Brown wrote that "Axiom Verge is a game that's easy to fall in love with because it hits so many high notes." View the full article
  7. The latest patch for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, update 5.3, is now live on the game's test server on PC. It's the final patch for 2019, and although it's not adding any new maps or weapons, it's still an interesting one. The full patch notes outline every little change introduced, but the three most important additions are the new blood effect improvements, the removal of locked crates, and the new addition of cloud saves for your settings. The blood effect changes mean that locations will now tell you more of a story about the fights that have erupted across them. Shots to the head or neck now have a more distinct visual effect, and blood impact effects on characters now better show off where they've been hit, but the most important change is that blood splatter will now show up on walls and floors. If a major battle happened in a building, you might walk in and find it coated in blood after this update. Cloud saves for settings mean that you'll easily be able to load up your settings if you switch to a different PC. Settings dependent on hardware can't be saved, nor language settings, but you can bring most of your preferred settings over to another computer easily now. Meanwhile, loot crates bought with BP will no longer have the possibility of being locked. This follows on from the developer's promise to improve crate content, and random crate contents and percentages have been tweaked a bit. You have a 16% chance of getting a Wanderer, Survivor, Biker, Militia, or Raider Crate, a 17% chance of getting a Fall 2018 Crate, and just a 3% chance of a Venetian Crate. PUBG is currently in season 5, and recently changed how its circle system works to deter camping. The rest of the 5.3 patch notes are below. It should be live on PC soon, and then for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One after that. GAMEPLAY Blood Effect Improvements Headshots including the neck area produce more distinct visual effect to ensure clear identification of hit Blood splatter will be shown on walls and floors if the character is hit near it The size of the blood splash is unified across all color settings Blood impacts on characters will now provide a more precise visual representation of which body parts have been hit Vending Machine Reduced the maximum number of uses per Vending Machine from 15 to 10 SETTINGS Cloud Saving Settings now can be saved to the cloud in the settings screen Saved settings can be loaded in the settings screen when needed This also allows players to load their account settings even when playing on a new PC Settings that are dependent on hardware cannot be saved GRAPHICS: All settings in the GRAPHICS category except “Language Setting” GAMEPLAY: “Inventory Character Render” setting cannot be saved The Cloud Saving option can be found at the bottom right of the SETTINGS screen Test Server settings will only be saved on to the test server account WEAPON MASTERY Favorite Weapon Players can now choose their “favorite weapon” in the Mastery tab The weapon of choice will show up as the first weapon stat in your PUBG ID, regardless of whether the weapon has the highest level or not A grey star will show up when player’s mouse is hovered over it. Clicking the star will favorite the weapon A gold star will show up next to a chosen weapon when a player favorites it Players can only favorite individual weapons and not categories There can only be one favorite. That’s just logical The favorite weapon will always show up at the top of players’ list, even when the sorting feature is used UI/UX Lobby Theme Lobby background will change to a HAPPY HOLIDAYS theme once the patch is updated on live servers To set the winter mood, the lobby music has also been changed Weapon HUD Improvement Heal and acceleration icons on the weapon HUD will now flash when activated CUSTOM MATCH Esports Mode Boats and Aquarails now have fixed spawn locations and numbers on Sanhok Observing UI Improvement Enabled rear camera flip (180 degrees flip) by pressing Ctrl+R key during freecam perspective Enabled adjusting camera movement speed during observing Speed up: = Speed down: – Bullet tracer setting indicator will now be shown on the bottom left of the UI REPLAY Old replays cannot be played due to a version update to the replay system. WORLD All PGC signs and banners on Miramar have been removed SURVIVOR PASS: BADLANDS The current season of both the Survivor Pass and Survival Title System will end on January 14 PDT Starting January 1st, there will be a countdown on the Survivor Pass lobby banner notifying players of the pass end date A pop-up message will be displayed to users purchasing Premium Pass and Level-up items, alerting them of the time left until pass end Premium Pass and Level-up items can be purchased until the Pass period ends SKINS & ITEMS The following items will be added to the Store after Update 5.3 hits live servers: Added 2 BattleStat weapon skins (QBU and P1911) Added 2 BattleStat weapon skins (SKS and P92) Purchasable with BP Added 3 Factory Worker skins Added 4 Punk Destruction skins Crates Crates requiring keys to unlock are no-longer included in the pool of Random Crates purchasable with BP For more information, please go to the following link: Dev Letter: Improving Crate Content Random Crate contents and percentages have been adjusted as shown below: Wanderer, Survivor, Biker, Militia, or Raider Crate: 16% Fall 2018 Crate: 17% Venetian Crate: 3% BUG FIXES Gameplay Fixed an issue where the reticle would shake when ADS with a 6x Scope equipped Fixed an issue where character movement would stutter when firing the DBS in certain situations Fixed an issue where BRDM collision damage was higher than intended Fixed an issue where a disconnected player could float when displaced by a prone character World Mitigated an issue which causes players to be bumped into the air when moving close to certain objects Custom Match Fixed an issue while observing and using the x-ray feature where the character outline is not visible after a player is revived Fixed an issue where healing items would not show while spectating in free cam when in observer mode UI/UX Fixed an issue where only the ammo of one weapon is updated in the inventory when holding more than one weapon using the same ammo type Fixed an issue where the character size would show incorrectly in lobby when moving to lobby after seeing preview of PGC 2019 bundle Fixed an issue where character rendering is done late when changing gender while creating a character Fixed an issue where item equipped icon and new item notification icon would appear at the same location in CUSTOMIZE menu View the full article
  8. Command & Conquer Remastered, which was first teased in 2018 and announced officially this year, will bring back the original Command & Conquer (as well as Red Alert) for a new audience. But the original game is almost 25 years old, and EA found that they did not have all the assets from the original title, meaning that some voice acting has been re-recorded by the original actor. In the recording below, you can hear Kia Huntzinger returning to the role of EVA, the game's announcer, explaining what's happening during the match. Huntzinger is re-recording the dialog to match up to what players heard in the original game. In a blog post on EA's website, producer Jim Vessella has explained the approach to remastering the EVA recordings. "Kia has brought an authenticity to the project which just couldn’t be achieved in any other way," he writes. "Kia wanted to do this for the fans and approached the recording full of passion and eagerness." Frank Klepacki, the original game's composer, recalls that Huntzinger--who worked in the Westwood Studios office--was brought in to record because he voice felt like a good fit. "She was excited to give it a shot, and the original voice session was recorded in a padded closet," he recalls. "Kia wanted to do this for the fans and approached the recording full of passion and eagerness," Vessella writes. "We’re forever thankful to Kia for contributing to this remaster journey, and hope everyone in the C&C community will appreciate her performance." The post also clarifies that Martin Alper's performance as the "Announcer" in Red Alert will be maintained, as Alper has passed away and replacing him would not feel right. The most recent Command & Conquer game was the mobile title Command & Conquer Rivals. EA has promised that Remastered, which does not have a release date yet, will not feature microtransactions. View the full article
  9. Two Point Hospital, which originally released for PC in 2018, will finally release on Switch, PS4, and Xbox One relatively soon. The game, which was originally scheduled to arrive in late 2019 before being delayed, will now arrive on February 25, 2020, letting console players get in on the hospital empire business. The game's console release was originally announced in July of this year. In Two Point Hospital, players have to build manage their own hospitals, while working out how to cure patients who present a series of mysterious, fictional ailments. You play the hospital manager, and it's up to you to develop your hospitals into successful, profitable, effective enterprises. There are also ghosts to deal with, because Two Point Hospital is a comedy game first and foremost. The console version features a completely rebuilt control scheme. Two Point Hospital is a spiritual successor to the classic Bullfrog title Theme Hospital, and was designed by some of the creators who worked on that game. It's designed to evoke that title, while also introducing plenty of new ideas. The game features 119 unusual illnesses, and the console version will come with both expansions released for the PC game: "Bigfoot" and "Pebberley Island." Console players will be able to explore 21 regions, and build hospitals for them. The original PC version of Two Point Hospital received an 8/10 in our review. Reviewer James Swinbanks praised the game as an effective follow-up to an older classic. "The exaggerated, cartoon look and relaxed approach to management make it inviting enough for most players, while the deeper aspects of its economy are enough to keep seasoned players engaged. Two Point Hospital not only re-works an old formula into something modern and enjoyable, it also iterates on the classic brand of irresistible charm and wit, making something that’s truly wonderful." View the full article
  10. According to new figures released by Capcom, this year's superb Resident Evil 2 remake has now sold more copies than the PlayStation original's lifetime sales. Squirrelled away in Capcom Japan's release date announcement for the freshly unveiled Resident Evil 3 remake is word that, as of 4th December 2019, the acclaimed Resident Evil 2 redo has sold "more than 5 million units" on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 since launching in January. By contrast, the original Resident Evil 2, which initially released in January 1998 on the first PlayStation, has sold 4.96 million units according to Capcom's official figures, placing it at number seven in the publisher's list of best-selling titles. Read more View the full article
  11. EA has announced a new update for Anthem, which also launches a brand-new winter-themed season called Icetide. The update adds several new pieces of content to Anthem, including environmental changes, world events, challenges, cosmetics, and ways to unlock legendary gear. "Shaper devices have brought localized ice storms into Bastion, bringing excitement with every glittering snowflake across the region," EA writes in the update's full patch notes. "Ice is rare here, but when it arrives, people know that Icetide celebrations will soon follow. Holiday lights shine throughout Fort Tarsis, their bright colors sparkling on blankets of snow." Throughout Icetide, new seasonal strongholds will unlock each week--presenting ways of acquiring large amounts of crystals and unlocking Icetide's seasonal in-game items. Icetide also adds new freeplay time trials, a legendary world event, challenges, cosmetic items, and collectibles. If you're hoping to expand your arsenal and unlock more legendary gear, the update makes it easier to do so. Completing daily and weekly challenges will now earn you guardian tokens, which can be offered in tribute at one of the Tombs of the Legionnaires to automatically get a random legendary item that has +5 gear score. The type of item you earn from each tomb is listed below. Additionally, in Grandmaster 3, all legendary loot drops will now begin with a +5 gear score. New Tomb Of Legionnaires Offerings Tomb of Artinia: Legendary Weapons Tomb of Cariff: Legendary Gear Tomb of Yvenia: Legendary Melee Weapons and Javelin-Specific Components Tomb of Gawnes: Legendary Support Gear and Universal Components The remainder of the update is bug fixes, with most geared towards improving Anthem's overall stability. Some of the bug fixes are designed to better balance Anthem as well, such as a fix for the issue that was causing the Rainmaker to occasionally deal out damage almost 200% stronger than intended. If you were relying on certain bugs to help you overcome troublesome bosses, you may want to check the patch notes and see whether that option is still available to the build you're using. Anthem Update 1.6 Patch Notes New Features Seasonal Themed Strongholds - Each week a different featured seasonal Stronghold will unlock for players—now including score leaderboards. If you're up to the challenge, compete with other Freelancers for the highest score. Visit the Seasonal Store to exchange your Crystal for War Chests. Freeplay Time Trials - Have you ever wanted to put your javelin flight and navigation skills to the test? Join Freeplay, and race through eight time trials that can be found in Bastion. Try to beat our Gold times! New Legendary World Event: Icetide Coolant Harvesting - Help the Arcanist harvest precious coolant resources while fighting off the outlaw forces that are trying to steal it from you. New Challenges - Explore the Challenges to see vanity rewards! Gain new armor sets, special time trial wraps, and more. New Hidden Collectables - Explore the region to find all Festive Wreaths. Icetide Cortex Entries - Explore the region to find new story entries to add to your Cortex. More Powerful Drops in Grandmaster 3 - All Legendary loot drops on GM3 now drop with +5 Gear Score. New Tomb of Legionnaires Offering - New Guardians' Tokens are granted through daily and weekly challenges. Freelancers can make offerings of a Guardian Token and additional crafting materials within the Tombs of the Legionnaires to gain a random Legendary item. Each tomb grants different items, but all items have a +5 gear score. New Seasonal Cosmetic Items - Visit the Featured Store throughout the season for new Icetide-themed cosmetics. Bug Fixes Fixed various crashes to improve stabilization. Fixed various texture and lighting scenarios. Fixed various art collision issues that allowed players to access unintended areas. Fixed various audio issues. Fixed multiple breadcrumbing trails appearing in Freeplay. Fast Travel to the Tomb of Legionnaires is now enabled. Map pins have been updated to better communicate the ability to fast travel. Added new options to disable various parts of the UI These options are visible under Settings -> Interface -> HUD Added a tutorial for the self-respawn feature. You can respawn yourself closer to your squadmates by holding down the R3 button The Colossus can no longer become stuck in cages within Temple of Scar. The Sunken Cell stronghold mission now correctly appears above the Heart of Rage mission in the journal. Resolved an issue causing the Forge Menu to not appear while in the Forge Screen. Fixed an issue that allowed the Synchronized Frame to trigger without an enemy being hit. The Ranger Combo Augment component craft recipe now displays "Impact Combo Damage". Fixed an issue causing Incremental Archives to not spawn as often as expected. Fixed an issue preventing the fog wall from vanishing after the objective is completed in Temple of Scar. Forge Icons for Barrage, Garroter, and Stampede have been updated to match the default color scheme of the javelin. Increased the health of the generators for the Sleeping Titan event. Legendary Fortress of Dawn now spawns its chest and finishes appropriately. Fixed an issue where Balm of Gavinicus was incorrectly dealing damage on impact. Fixed an issue causing Rainmaker to fire more projectiles than intended. View the full article
  12. Halo: The Master Chief Collection started its rollout for PC last week with the release of Halo: Reach, and it was a very, very successful launch. The release achieved "monumental" results, Microsoft said in a press release, leading to "record numbers" for the game. Almost 3 million people played The Master Chief Collection on PC and Xbox One during Reach's launch week. Additionally, MCC reached the No. 1 position on Steam's best-seller charts, which represents the highest position for an Xbox Game Studios title on Steam at launch. MCC was also the most-watched game overall on Twitch on December 3, with viewers collectively watching almost 3 million hours of Halo content during launch week. Microsoft also noted that MCC has a "very positive" rating on Steam after more than 37,000 reviews. While MCC has fallen out of Steam's top-seller list, it continues to be popular among users. The game continues to rank inside the top 15 most popular games on Steam by player count. The PC version of MCC currently only includes Reach. Halo: Combat Evolved will release in early 2020, with the remaining titles to follow thereafter in chronological order: Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, and finally Halo 4. The Xbox One version of MCC already has all those games, with Reach being added on December 3. View the full article
  13. Capcom officially pulled back the curtain on its rumored Resident Evil 3 remake earlier this week as part of Sony's final State of Play broadcast of 2019. The reimagined horror game is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam next April, but in the meantime, it appears this year's Resident Evil 2 remake is getting some kind of tie-in that bridges the gap between the two titles. Users on Steam have recently discovered that a new Achievement was added to Resident Evil 2 (via Wario64). The Achievement was first spotted a few weeks ago--well before Sony's State of Play stream--but it didn't have a name at the time, leaving many to wonder just what it could be. As it turns out, it appears the Achievement will tie into the upcoming Resident Evil 3 remake. The Achievement is called Chasing Jill and can be unlocked after you read a letter left behind by Jill Valentine. It's unclear when the letter will actually be added to the game, but you can see the Achievement for yourself on Steam. Much like the Resident Evil 2 remake, the reimagined version of Resident Evil 3 makes some drastic improvements to the original. Not only have the visuals been significantly revamped, but the game forgoes the fixed camera angles of the original for a third-person over-the-shoulder viewpoint. You can watch the first Resident Evil 3 remake trailers here. The game also includes the asymmetric multiplayer experience Resident Evil Resistance. The Resident Evil 3 remake launches on April 3, 2020. Those who pre-order the title ahead of its release will receive the bonus Classic Costume Pack, which features the original design for Jill Valentine and hairstyle for Carlos Oliveira. Capcom is also releasing a $180 Collector's edition of the game that includes a handful of physical bonuses, such as a Jill Valentine statue and hardcover art book. You can read more in our Resident Evil 3 pre-order guide and our roundup of everything we know about Resident Evil 3 so far. View the full article
  14. Tomorrow marks the return of the annual Game Awards and, as part of the accompanying festivities, it'll be possible to play demos of 13 upcoming indie games, including the long-awaited System Shock remake, Skatebird, Carrion, and more. The Steam-based event, officially known as The Game Festival, begins tomorrow, 12th December, at 6pm in the UK/10 am PT, and all demos will be available on Valve's platform for 48 hours before they're whisked away forever - even if you have them installed. Hopefully 48 hours will be enough to get through everything, as there's a load of interesting stuff on offer, including The Game Bakers' co-operative love story Haven, Nightdive Studios' much-delayed System Shock remake, Sundered developer Thuder Lotus' "cozy game about dying" Spiritfarer, be-the-monster 2D horror Carrion, and more. Read more View the full article
  15. With all of the excitement surrounding big sales and doorbuster deals, the holiday shopping season can feel like a frantic sprint. Before you know it, Christmas is around the corner, and you’re out of time to pick up the perfect gift. We know it’s not always easy or possible to check everyone off your shopping list in a timely manner. Go to any store in the days leading up to Christmas, and you’ll see plenty of other people feverishly looking for last-minute gifts. Purchasing last-minute gifts can be tricky, especially if you’re unsure exactly what they own already. To make your task easier, we’ve rounded up an assortment of surefire hits across gaming, tech, and entertainment they’re sure to love. Playing it safe when last-minute shopping is usually a good call. That’s why we’re highlighting popular subscription services, game controllers, headsets, and neat collector’s boxes that are tailor-made for the holidays. While Amazon Prime members always get one- or two-day shipping, retailers such as Target, Walmart, and Best Buy are also offering fast, two-day shipping leading up to Christmas, with no membership needed. Everything you see on this list can be bought with the peace of mind that it will arrive by Christmas--as long as you aren’t literally shopping with a minute to spare. If you need more gift ideas beyond these, we have a vast lineup of 2019 holiday gift guides to make shopping for your loved one so much easier this Christmas. Read on for the best last-minute gift ideas you can buy right now and receive within a day or two--or even faster. Note that prices are accurate at the time of publication but subject to change without notice. Best last-minute gift ideas PlayStation Plus, Xbox Game Pass, Nintendo Switch OnlineDigital gaming subscriptions Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo each have worthwhile subscription services for their respective gaming consoles. These can make great gifts, especially when you're unsure which games your friend or relative already has. Plus, you can often buy these gifts as digital codes, which means you could theoretically print and put it in a card within minutes. It’s not fancy, but you can be sure they’ll appreciate it. For PS4, PlayStation Plus grants access to online multiplayer and gives subscribers two free games each month. And if they already have a subscription, the new subscription will stack. It’s a future-proof gift, as Sony will more than likely use PlayStation Plus with the PlayStation 5 as well. See PlayStation Plus at Amazon - $60 Xbox One's Game Pass Ultimate is easily the best value in gaming. A Game Pass Ultimate subscription bundles the Game Pass subscription program--which features an expanding library hundreds of awesome games--and Xbox Live Gold, which lets Xbox One owners play online multiplayer. See Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at Amazon - $60 Nintendo Switch Online offers numerous benefits for Switch owners. First, it lets you play games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate online with friends. Members also get dozens of classic NES and SNES games for free and access to cloud saves, which is a very useful feature to have. Switch Online is available as a $20 individual or $35 family subscription. The latter grants up to eight users access to Switch Online perks. See Switch Online individual subscription at Amazon - $20 See Switch Online family subscription at Amazon - $35 Gift cards for digital gamesGift cards for digital game storefronts If you know they probably want a new game but don't know what they already have, another great option is a gift card to one of the various popular gaming storefronts. That way, they can easily snag whatever games they've had their eye on. Steam Wallet card (PC) Eshop (Nintendo Switch) PlayStation Store (PS4) Microsoft Store (Xbox One) Game controllersA new controller Almost every gamer could use a new controller, whether because of normal wear and tear or simply to have an extra set of sticks to play multiplayer with family and friends. DualShock 4 PS4 controller -- $46.96 Xbox One wireless controller -- $45 Nintendo Switch Pro controller -- $55 Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers -- $67 RAVPower portable chargerRAVPower 26800mAh Portable Charger | $36.03 If you have someone on your shopping list who has a long daily commute or travels frequently, a portable charger is a great gift. To be honest, portable chargers are even useful at home when you’re not sitting close enough to an outlet to charge your phone. This RAVPower charger holds a massive amount of juice and has three USB ports to charge three devices simultaneously. It also comes with an AC adapter. This would also be a great buy if you’re shopping for someone who owns a Nintendo Switch. See at Amazon Disney Plus Disney Plus 12-month subscription | $70 The brand-new streaming service from Disney is the only place you can watch Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Plus, it has a huge back catalogue of Disney animated movies, Marvel flicks, and much more. You can gift a 12-month subscription for $70. Though it’s a digital code, you can set it to deliver to an email address on the day of your choosing, so it’s a quick and convenient deal. If they already have Disney Plus, the subscription will stack. Sign up for Disney+ Nintendo Game Boy Gift SetNintendo Game Boy Gift Set | $20 A neat and thoroughly nostalgic gift, this Game Boy gift set from Target features three products that are styled after the original Game Boy: a coffee mug, bottle opener, and notebook. The coffee mug even has a little pocket that holds a cookie. See at Target The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Collector's BoxThe Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Collector's Box | $30 If you have a Zelda fan on your list, they may already have The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening for Nintendo Switch. But they probably don’t have this collector’s box. Featuring the gorgeous cover artwork from the game, the box includes a water bottle, pencil/pen holder, notebook, baseball cap, small Hylian Shield pillow, and set of puffy stickers. See at Target Super Mario Collector's Box Super Mario Collector's Box | $30 For Mario fans, this collector’s box features a reversible Mario/Luigi canvas bag and reversible Mario/Luigi winter hat, a green warp pipe cup, two patches, a decorative coin, and a mystery item. See at Target Sega Genesis MiniSega Genesis Mini | $60 A brilliant ode to Sega’s heyday, the Sega Genesis Mini sandwiches 40 old-school games onto a pint-sized replica of the Sega Genesis. The storied library of games includes Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage 2, Castlevania: Bloodlines, and many more beloved classics. The emulation is fantastic, and the addition of save states make these games more accessible than ever before. The Sega Genesis Mini comes with two wired controllers, so you can play multiplayer on the living room floor like the good ole days. See at Amazon Headphone stand with USB chargerHeadphone stand with USB charger | $35 Anyone with a pair of over-the-ear headphones could tell you that setting them down flat over and over again can lead to some unwanted scuffs and tears on the cushions. This headset holder from Cozoo will solve that issue. On top of keeping gaming headphones in great condition, it also serves as a charging base with three USB ports that can charge phones, game controllers, and anything else that’s powered by USB. See at Amazon SteelSeries Arctis 1 universal headset SteelSeries Arctis 1 universal wired gaming headset | $40 Compatible with consoles, PC, and mobile, the SteelSeries Arctis 1 is a great and very reasonably priced gaming headset. The wired headset uses a standard 3.5mm audio cord and comes with a detachable, noise-canceling microphone. The Arctis 1 combines crisp audio with comfort to deliver a headset that works well across all gaming platforms. See at Amazon Vizio 2.0-Channel Sound Bar with BluetoothVizio 2.0-Channel Soundbar with Bluetooth | $78 Soundbars can give TVs the extra audio power needed to deliver a more vibrant listening experience when watching movies, playing games, and streaming your favorite shows. This Vizio Bluetooth-enabled soundbar is compact and equipped with high-quality DTS Virtual:X sound, which works to mimic surround sound. See at Walmart Kindle Kindle | $70 Amazon's Kindle stores thousands of ebooks on one small device. The display mirrors the look of paperback to provide a less strenuous experience than glossy tablet and smartphone displays. Amazon recently released this new mode, which comes with a built-in front light to help make things even easier on the eyes. You can choose between black and white color options. The Kindle is an excellent gift for bookworms in your life, especially those who travel frequently. See at Amazon Razer Mamba wireless mouse Razer Mamba wireless gaming mouse | $50 Razer is one of the most well-known PC gaming peripheral manufacturers in the business, and the Mamba is one of its most popular mouses. Fitted with Chroma RGB lighting and seven programmable buttons, the Mamba is both stylish and practical for a wide variety of PC games. It also boasts an impressive 50-hour battery life. See at Walmart Roku Premiere 4K Streaming Media Player Roku Premiere 4K streaming media player | $39 For those who don't own Smart TVs, streaming devices are extremely useful in today's streaming-focused world. The Roku Premiere 4K is a compact device that turns your TV into an easy-to-use hub for all of your streaming apps, including Netflix, Hulu, Prime VIdeo, and Disney Plus. This particular Roku device is capable of streaming in 4K and HDR. See at Walmart Motile Commuter Laptop Backpack with wireless charger Motile Commuter Laptop Backpack with Qi wireless power bank | $80 This laptop backpack is fairly novel. On top of being a great-looking everyday bag, it also comes with a built-in 10,000 mAh wireless power bank to charge your smartphone and devices. If they don't have devices capable of charging wirelessly, the charger works with USB. The Motile laptop backpack comes in four colors: Charcoal, Navy, Camel, and Bone. 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