It’s not just kids who are gaming more courtesy of the quarantine. We know lots of grown-ups are doing it a lot more too, which is why we decided to put together a Father’s Day gift guide just for the gamer dads. We scoured the web for the coolest gifts for gamers, and got a little help from one very knowledgable one. Whatever you choose, we’re pretty sure you’ll find something he doesn’t have. Yet. And one that might just knock his gaming headphones right off his head.
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What would Father’s Day 2020 be without the gift of a face mask? Here’s a clever one from the popular game series Fallout.
This is the top-rated, highly-lauded, super popular Nintendo Switch zengrip by Satisfye. If he’s a Nintendo Switch lover, this will make him very, very happy.
Just in case he doesn’t need anymore actual controllers, you can get him some of these tasty, and super cool looking video game controller cookies.
It’s pretty much every gamer’s dream to get their own custom controller, which is what you can get for him at ScufGaming. They customize the button placement, the grip, and lots of other features we don’t know the lingo for (ha). Our suggestion: Get him a gift card and let him order what he wants himself.
For the PC gamer in your life, a good mouse is a must. This is the top-rated gaming mouse from Steelseries that will definitely do the trick.
If he’s celebrating his first Father’s Day, here’s a sweet Daddy’s Future Gaming Buddy onesie you can pop on your newbie gamer. Awwwww.
Doom is back! Yep, if he’s a Gen X-er, then he probably played the crap out of Doom back in the early nineties, so there’s about to be a whole lot of nostalgia happening with this gift.
The countdown is on for the release of Cyberpunk 2077, which should hit the stands in September 2020. Pre-order the game that every single gamer is talking about.
By the far one the best (if not the best) gaming laptop on the market.
The retro gaming fan in your life will flip out over this Frogger Arcade game (stool not included). And since we’re going to be spending a lot of time at home this summer, you can make your own video arcade in your basement.