December 5th, 2017 | Updated on January 18th, 2019
We are right in the middle of the season when elves up at the North Pole are super busy with Christmas preparations. Here in our world kids now a days are increasingly getting lost in their gaming world what with every appearing qualitatively superior smart games transforming gaming scenario.
Can there be a better way to reward your kid than with a new shiny console this year? Let Santa do your child a favor that they deserve. Let him bring a new video game to your house.
If your household never tires of the gaming thrill, you have more than one reason to let in that special gift for your kid. Remember, the gaming industry consistently updates their backlog with consistently superior quality of titles across genres and platforms.
This is all the more reason where Christmas comes as a wonderful excuse to satiate the ever unquenched gaming thirst whether for yourself or for your special kid.
We have here a selection of video games for everyone on your list no matter what console they use, including games for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and PC.
The list can be unending but we have picked The Best New Video Games for Kids for Christmas 2018.
Product Review By Amazon Verified Customer: I’m personally at a point in life where I don’t know if I will survive long enough to see a device like this really evolve into something that will transform the way we game work and experience media. So at the sale price of 400 dollars I’m happy to say that Rift delivers with some considerations. Touch controllers are amazing when first experienced. Games written specifically with VR in mind and especially those Occulus exclusives (Robo Recall, Mages Tale etc.) really show the potential of the technology. That is when you aren’t untangling cables, adjusting sensors, rebooting software etc. Consider your level of trouble shooting knowledge, consider your available space if you are wanting to play room scale experiences, consider your tolerance for a small software library of meaningful titles vs a avalanche of shovel ware and tech demos. There are big considerations with comfort that aren’t stressed enough.