The Gamer’s Graduation Gift Guide

A New Hope: Leia Organa Milestone Statue (featuring MSE-6).

For old school Star Wars fans

Luke and Leia’s first meeting aboard the Death Star is commemorated by this striking image, which shows the princess casting a suspicious glance at her savior. The sculpting is first class, with detailed painting that emphasizes the classic character as it appeared in the 1977 film. The included mouse droid is a nice bonus. At about 10 inches tall and 1/6th scale, she might be a little short for a stormtrooper, but she’s perfect for your grad’s shelf. $200



GoCube 2×2

For puzzle fans

If the mysteries of cube-making have always been elusive, the 2×2 GoCube is a great way to explore the hobby, especially for a beginner. The cube features lighting options, smooth turning mechanics and pleasingly curved corners. But it’s the digital connection to its free app that’s really fun, since it allows you to follow the cube’s spins in real time and gradually teach its secrets through tutorials, games and statistics. If Rubik has ever discouraged anyone, this guaranteed path to a solution is incredibly satisfying. $49.99



Duex Lite laptop monitor

For the computer scientist

If your graduate complains about having too much to juggle on their single small laptop monitor, the Duex Lite is a great option for expanding the visual space they have to work with. The clip-on monitor plugs into the side of an existing laptop and is ready to connect via a USB-A or USB-C port. The 1920 x 1080 resolution monitor is ideal for all that extra information or programs you want to be running and connected to, even while your primary monitor is playing games or other core tasks. You can have it attached directly to the side or set it down on the side in landscape or portrait format. It’s highly portable, easy to set up, lightweight and uncomplicated – a handy addition to any laptop user’s setup. $259.99 (12.5″)



Betrayal at the House on the Hill: Third Edition

For horror connoisseurs

One of the most famous and accessible board games of the last 20 years releases a new edition. Players work together to navigate a horror story while infiltrating a mysterious (and often haunted) house. One of her companions inevitably turns out to be a traitor, and it’s a race to the climax. Fifty included haunted locations (scenarios) keep the experience fresh every time you play. Improved minis and other components look great, but the clever changes to the rules and presentation make this edition a winner and especially inviting for new players. $55.99

Buy Buy at Gamestop


Titanic Creations

For the monster movie lover

A clear labor of love crafted by lifelong Kaiju movie fans, Titanic Creations figures feature original designs that evoke the aesthetics of both Godzilla and Cthulhu in equal measure. The first monster in the series, Titanicus, is a spiny dinosaur-like horror, while Nosferadon is bird-like and clawed. Original and intricately sculpted, the limited articulation is more than enough to strike some fantastic poses. $30 (each)



Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

In case you just don’t know

If you’re sure you’re gifting a dedicated gamer but don’t know anything about their habits or preferences, it’s almost impossible to go wrong with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The subscription service offers access to dozens of great titles, including first-party Xbox games like Halo: Infinite as they come out. With the Ultimate tier, players can log in on their Xbox console or PC, or even try cloud gaming on their mobile phone. And since you can customize how many months you’re giving away, and it works for either new accounts or as an add-on to their existing subscription, it’s a pretty safe delivery of fun times. Xbox has put together a robust subscription offering with Game Pass Ultimate; If you don’t know what else to get, this is a solid choice for almost anyone who is into the gaming hobby. $14.99/month

Buy The Gamer’s Graduation Gift Guide

Sarah Ridley is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button