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Like every holiday season, everyone is on the hunt to find the best gifts ever. And since there are plenty of truly great gifts on the market, it can be hard to weed through the duds to find something perfect for those on your list.
If you have a gamer on your shopping list this year, you’re in luck. Walmart has a ton of incredible products, from controllers, must-have games and collectibles to consoles that any video game lover can appreciate. With products from crowd favorite brands like Nintendo, Playstation, Xbox and more, you’ll definitely find something top of the line. While these items tend to fall into the splurge category, we have a feeling that the smile on your loved one’s face when they open these gifts will be well worth it.
Shop: Nintendo Switch Lite Console, $242.82
The Nintendo Switch Lite is perfect for those that prefer to play on the go. Named “one of the hottest toys of the year” by Ellen Degeneres, the Switch Lite is lightweight as its name suggests, but packs a serious punch. Gamers will enjoy playing everything from Super Smash Bros. to Mario Kart on this handheld console, and since the device already has built-in control pads, there are no extra controllers to lug around.
Give your loved ones a gift like no other this holiday when you present them with the Oculus Quest 2. This virtual reality headset “has been engineered to make virtual worlds adapt to your movements, letting you explore awe-inspiring games and experiences with unparalleled freedom.” Whether the user wants to play a game, watch a movie or explore a totally new world, it’s all possible with this headset.
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