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The Verge’s gaming and entertainment gift guide: the 31 best gifts for gamers – The Verge

Summary

Animal Crossing Monopoly

Perhaps the most wholesome evolution of this capitalism-driven franchise, the adorable veneer of Animal Crossing might just be enough to prevent any board-flipping tantrums when you land on Boardwalk for the eighth time. Animal Crossing Monopoly replaces all the properties with adorable fruit, fossils, and b…….

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Animal Crossing Monopoly

Perhaps the most wholesome evolution of this capitalism-driven franchise, the adorable veneer of Animal Crossing might just be enough to prevent any board-flipping tantrums when you land on Boardwalk for the eighth time. Animal Crossing Monopoly replaces all the properties with adorable fruit, fossils, and bugs. Even the classic tokens have been replaced by chunky Animal Crossing personas.
Price: $20 to $27

Razer DeathAdder Essential

On the surface, this parsed-down version of Razer’s storied DeathAdder gaming mouse is virtually indistinguishable from its more expensive counterparts and shares the same curved, snakelike chassis and responsive buttons as other models. The only true difference is the 6,400 DPI sensor, which is less sensitive than Razer’s cutting-edge mice but is still extremely capable. This mouse is a great way to upgrade your gaming setup without spending a ton of cash.
Price: $30

iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit

Exercise your right to repair with iFixit’s Pro Tech Toolkit. This handy and meticulously organized kit has just about everything you could need to fix laptops, watches, phones, or even glasses. The Pro Tech Toolkit contains virtually every type of head you could ever want for a screwdriver, too, as well as a multitude of other handy tools. The next time you need to put together a computer or make emergency repairs to your phone, you’ll be glad you have the toolkit on hand.
Price: $70

Corsair K100

Corsair’s biggest and perhaps best keyboard to date pulls out all the stops. The K100 sets itself apart with the inclusion of an ominous wheel and button in the upper-left corner, which can be used for track jogging, switching applications, or zooming in and out of a given window. The full-size keyboard is also the only Corsair keyboard to include the company’s OPX optical-mechanical switches, allowing for unprecedented speed and making it an amazing addition …….

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