It’s the most wonderful time of year! For spending time with your family, but most of all, for spending all your good, hard earned beaver dollars (or freedom coins). Once again this year, the GoG crew got together to bring you ideas for all your frugal needs! First off, we present to you the gift guide from 1 dollar to 15 dollars!
If it was strong enough to withstand a nuclear blast, it deserves a space in your cabinet. This piece of Nuka Cola-branded glassware is the perfect gift for the sole survivor in your life.
Because all girls like jewelry (and some guys too). These earrings are a cute way to show off your geek cred and be fashionably chic!
Gotta bake ‘em all! This gift is a win-win as you will probably be getting pikachu shaped cookies as a thank you.
The new Harry Potter movie is finally upon us, and we can all dance and rejoice in its glory. However, if you’re curious, or a completionist, you can buy its screenplay, written by J.K Rowling herself! Indeed, her screenplay was itself a variation on her original Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them book, released in 2001. It’s about $17 so it’s slightly more expensive than $15, but you know you want this.
Amiibo cards can be used in three animal crossing games (New Leaf, Happy HHD and Amiibos festival) they are all retro compatible and cute. You can collect them or play with them.
These bulbasaur planters are so modern and cute! I love decorating my house with subtle hints of gaming culture, without it looking too crazy. This planter is the perfect way to add a touch of Pokemon into your life.
It’s adorable & I love mugs. They’re especially relevant for the holidays as we’re all drinking warm drinks. What’s fun about this mug is that the Tetris game changes when the mug warms up!
So, I’ve never played Fallout (I know, shame on me) but I like the marketing around the game and all the merch they’ve come up with. And this bottle sleeve is just awesome. It looks like an underwater nuke, people! (Do I really need to try convince you more?)
Shauna (aka Witchling)
For the fabulous AD&D junky in your friend group (aka ME) that just can’t live without some polyhedral cookies in their life. You can’t eat dice.. but you can eat cookies! Win win.
Did the Nintendo lover in your life miss out on the short shipped NES (like me)? Amplify the burn with this wallet – reflecting what could have been.
A cute and simple gift for that girl who loves Link to the Past.
Coloring books are pretty popular now and still a lot of fun to do even as an adult, so why not color your favourite Assassin’s Creed characters the way you want?