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2010 Gift Guide

Over 100 holiday ideas that will rock your stockings off

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Games

Clockwise from top left:
Call of Duty: Black Ops: Black Ops makes you a special-forces soldier in the Cold War. Most fans of this monster series, that alone would be enough, but there are some cool tweaks: a new rewards system, 3D capability and (yes!) a scooped crossbow. ($60; Xbox 360, PS3; callofduty.com)

Dance Central: The most immediately compelling game of the season. Most dance games just track your feet, but Central follows your entire body’s moves, thanks to Kinect. ($50; Xbox 360; dancecentral.com)

Nintendo Wii Party: Over 80 minigames featuring Mii avatars as the players. Terrific fun for friends and family. ($50; wii.com)

Karaoke Revolution Glee: Sing along with your favorite Glee characters. Includes never-before-aired scenes and songs. ($60; Wii; konami.com)

Donkey Kong Country Returns Wii: Donkey Kong returns and is better than ever. More challenging platforms equal a more rewarding gaming experience. ($50; wii.com)

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