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15 Perfect Nintendo Gift Ideas For the Fan In Your Life


15 Perfect Nintendo Gift Ideas For the Fan In Your Life

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Amiibo are a great gift for any Nintendo fan, because there’s such variety. You have the Smash Bros. Line, Super Mario, Animal Crossing, Kirby, and Legend of Zelda coming in December. You’ll have a huge selection of characters in any major retail store, or specific ones online at <a href=”;field-keywords=amiibo” target=”_blank”>Amazon</a>. You can also find custom amiibo, like these <a href=”;ga_search_type=all&amp;ga_view_type=gallery&amp;ga_search_query=amiibo&amp;ref=sr_gallery_3″ target=”_blank”>custom Animal Crossing villagers </a> on Etsy from user ShopBHawk

This humongous guide is great for any Pokemon fan, who’s planning to pick up Sun and Moon. The Vault guide comes with a gorgeous box featuring Solgaleo and Lunala. Then it comes with the guide of course, and a 240 page themed journal and pen. You can pick it up on <a href=”;qid=1479413702&amp;sr=8-3&amp;keywords=sun+and+moon+guide” target=”_blank”>Amazon</a> for $77.99 right now, on sale.

These lavish hardcover books are perfect to display on a coffee table or anywhere else. <a href=”;qid=1479411351&amp;sr=8-2&amp;keywords=hyrule+historia” target=”_blank”>Art &amp; Artifacts</a> contains over 400 pages of artwork and illustrations from across the Zelda series, including the upcoming Breath of the Wild. <a href=”;qid=1479411351&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=hyrule+historia” target=”_blank”>Hyrule Historia</a> is filled with lore and history on the series. You can grab them for $25 and $24 respectively on Amazon.

GoodSmileCompany produces some incredibly high quality figures, and they’ve got a wide selection of Nintendo characters. You can find Zelda, Link, Samus, Lucina from Fire Emblem, or even Phoenix Wright. Each figures costs roughly $60-$80. You can find tons of them on either <a href=”;field-keywords=nintendo+figma” target=”_blank”>Amazon</a> or look for some to import on
<a href=”” target=”_blank”>GoodSmile Online Shop.</a>

Ever wonder what the inside of a Pokeball looks like? Well these terrific little terrariums are here to show you just that. Etsy user <a href=”;ga_search_type=all&amp;ga_view_type=gallery&amp;ga_search_query=pokemon&amp;ref=sr_gallery_3″ target=”_blank”>PopCultureChristmasCo</a> has these up for $30 each. You even get to choose which Pokemon goes inside it!

Get that someone a special way to light up their room. This Super Mario Bros. Question Block Lamp is just the ticket. It sits on a flat location and when you press it the lamp turns on, but it also makes the sound from the game. Grab it off of <a href=”″ target=”_blank”>ThinkGeek </a> for $34.99.

These adorable hand-made pouches help you carry your Nintendo DS or 3DS in a stylish way. You can get it in the style of the new Pokemon Mimikyu, or other variants like Growlithe. You can even contact Etsy user <a href=”″ target=”_blank”>fleacircusdesigns</a> to get a custom one made for $20.

Splatoon has one of the strangest most unique soundtracks of any video game, but it’s incredibly catchy. Pick up this absurd collection of songs from <a href=”;qid=1479403384&amp;sr=8-18-spons&amp;keywords=splatoon&amp;psc=1″ target=”_blank”>Amazon</a> for $34.99.

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