Topic: Gift Opinions

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I want to ask for some opinions on several games as gift ideas I'm considering for my Brother and Sister (Both younger, 14 and 10 respectively). I posted it here because the games I'm considering are for several different consoles. Ok then, these are the games and who I'm considering them for. I don't have a huge budget so these are some games I found cheap online.

Snowboard Kids - Both
Lunar Knights - Brother
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker - Both

Dewy's Adventure - Sister
Raving Rabbids TV Party - Sister
Boom Blox Bash Party - Both

PlayStation Network Collection Power Pack - Brother
Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters - Brother
WipEout Pulse - Both
Daxter - Brother

I can buy two but if I'm really lucky, I might be able to squeeze a 3rd game in there. Suggestions please?

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Snowboard Kids aint that fun personally, Not sure about the other two. RRTV would be good as a party game for both of them, and I couldn't comment on PSP.

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Ratchet and Clank has always gotten rave reviews from what I've seen. Daxter, almost as much. I don't know anything about the rest of them though.

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Only two? I say:
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker
Dewy's Adventure
Raving Rabbids TV Party

Haven't really checked out Lunar Knights so I don't know about it... a fourth/fifth place suggestion would be Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters, but that's kind of a last resort thing to be honest...

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I'd recommend Rabbids & Blox. Both are lots of fun and very communal, perfect for this time of year.



Ok, so that's three for Rabbids, Two for Blox and one for DQM and Dewy. Looking good for the Rabbids so far



Lunar Knights was okay, but definitely an odd one. If your bro's an RPG fan, he might like it, but otherwise i'd go for one of the other (wii or psp) games tbh.

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Boom Blox is a good pick up and great for multiplayer. I think it would be a great choice. You may also want to consider Big Brain Academy Wii. You can find that pretty reasonable on Ebay.

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I think I'll count out Lunar Knights for now then. He likes RPG's but prefers other genres like Platformers a bit more.

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Boom Blox is a good pick up and great for multiplayer. I think it would be a great choice. You may also want to consider Big Brain Academy Wii. You can find that pretty reasonable on Ebay.

Already have that one Tony but thanks for the suggestion though.

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de Blob would be good too. I haven't played Boom Blox, and only the first rabbids game.

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Boom Blox is a must have, they would love it.
A good RPG for your brother on the DS might be a little inappropriate, but he would love it. It's called Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier, but you may want to check screen shots and see if the language is OK (as well if it is out in Europe). Otherwise, get him Ratchet and Clank or if he doesn't have it, Henry Hatsworth and the Puzzling Adventure.
For your sister, if you haven't gotten it already, would be Rabbids Go Home, instead of TV party, simply because it's better. If you already have it, then get TV party.

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