Holiday Gift Guide: Last Minute Bargain Bin Gifts

With the holidays just a few days away, it may be increasingly tougher to get your loved ones the number one games on their list. But that doesn’t mean you can’t satisfy your favorite gamer either. Although you often get what you pay for, there are plenty of good and new games out there that you don’t have to break your wallet to get.

In this list, we share five games that’ll make any gamer happy this holiday season, but at a fraction of the cost of the most talked about games this holiday season, they’ll save you some cash as well.

5: Lego: The Movie: The Game: If you thought the Lego movie was awesome, you haven’t played the game yet. Taking full advantage of the license, “Lego: The Movie: The Game” is a platforming romp that may be the best game in the series. With more levels and characters than ever before, this game is a Lego fan’s dream come true. But don’t act like this is surprising news. With such a wide variety of games in the franchise, encompassing so many different facets of pop culture, from Indiana Jones to Rock Band, the Lego games have become a platforming smash hit over the past decade. Like many of the older games in the series, this one thrives even more thanks to its source material, but can stand firmly on its own. Take away the charismatic and quirky movie-based story and it’s simply a solid platformer that does everything it’s supposed to do, right. Unlike many other movie tie-ins, you don’t need to have seen the film to truly enjoy the game, but it doesn’t hurt.

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