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Posted on Tuesday, November 18 @ 14:35:12 PST by Nicholas Tan
The (drunken)festivities have come around once more, and while we wouldlike to recommend sending packages of alcohol to random people in Belgium before we destroy it, we shallinstead recommend that you spend yourholiday bonus onthenominees for the GR's Best of the Year some verygoodvideogames.
Because even if the economy is in a recession and President-Elect Obama is calling for "cuts and sacrifices", you can't really let your video game entertainment go, can you?
Frugal shoppers who are trying to (finally) enter the next-gen scene will eye the Xbox 360's new price point. Though the $199.99 Xbox 360 Arcade model lacks storage, Microsoft at its main website is handing out free 512MB memory sticks as well as refurbished 20MB hard drives for $20.But even if you're not gung-ho about the Xbox 360, and are just family-friendly Wii goers, PS3 fans, or handheld junkies, what should you buy?
So in our 12th annual Holiday Gift Guide, we make your life a little easier.Similar tobefore, you can purchase most of our recommendations by clicking on the links: Amazon.com, Ebay.com, and Pricegrabber.com. All the games and tchotchkes that made it into the gift guide are affordable, have been released within the last year (hopefully, in the last few months), and are availaible at retail. All of our highest-rated titles, as well as a few others we felt were cool enoughto include, are on the list.
This guide will be continually updated until December 22nd, sobe sure to check back often as new games are added. So you won't have tohear your lover complain about how that stripper was not a gift and... whatever, it's not a true story.