Game Front’s 2011 Holiday Gift Guide for Gamers

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Attention moms, dads, girlfriends/boyfriends, dogs and cats: if you have a special gamer-person on your holiday shopping list, this guide is for you. We’ve put together a helpful collection of all the best video games, systems, PC components and gamer-miscellanea to help you pack your gamer-person’s stockings full to the brim with goodies.

And we leaned extra hard on PC gamer goodies, because that’s how we role. Happy holidays from Game Front!

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4 Comments on Game Front’s 2011 Holiday Gift Guide for Gamers


On November 23, 2011 at 6:46 pm

Thank you for this extensive & thoughtful list. I’ve already added The Wild Vine & The Everything Guide to Wine to my Amazon Wish List. Hopefully, my friends are paying attention! Thanks again for a very useful post.


On November 23, 2011 at 8:25 pm

I don’t even…the list went from listing cool console games to suddenly turning into a huge catalog of parts for an overly expensive and over powered electric word processor and email/torrent catch all.

Its not really worth all the money, trouble or effort just to play a real PC exclusive like Minecraft, hell even that will be available on the consoles come spring 2012. And I imagine it won’t be long that what ever is left of the few PC exclusives will soon follow suit.

I guess somebody can put together one helluva Dosbox or emulator for PC gaming on but man talk about giving out expensive holiday gag gifts.

Red Menace

On November 24, 2011 at 12:13 am

Now that my Xbox red ringed maybe I’ll give that Playstation 3 320GB Console Bundle a go. I’ve been very interested in Uncharted 3.


On November 24, 2011 at 11:49 am

Not counting the PC parts, are there any reasons why ALL of the gifts are above or at 60$?

Also encouraging people to buy call of duty? Shame on you.