Introducing the 2009 Holiday Gaming Guide

Introducing the 2009 Holiday Gaming Guide

We are just one week away from Thanksgiving, and for a lot of gamers, the end of Thanksgiving means the end of new games.  Due to all the Black Friday hoopla and purchasing of Christmas gifts, many gamers are forced to put their game acquisition on hold in the hopes that their loved ones will pick up that video game at the top of their wish list.  So, what can the gaming community do to appease their hunger for new games while they wait for the holidays?  The answer is simple: play some classics you may have missed before.

While you wait for your annoying sibling to get you this for Christmas...

While you wait for your annoying sibling to get you this for Christmas...

This holiday season, while you wait for your loved ones to get you the latest PC, Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation 3, DS, or PSP titles, feel free to go out to your nearest used game store and check out some great games that your friends and family would never think of purchasing for you.  The PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox all have a library of great games, many of which will give you that warm and cozy feeling that goes perfectly with the holiday season.

...sit back and play this!

...sit back and play this!

So, join us next week right here on GamerSyndrome as we kick off the holidays with the first list of games that your friends and family would never think of getting you as a gift.  Sit back, cover up with a warm blanket, get a nice, hot cup of cocoa, and get ready to stomp on some baddies, impale some zombies, and shoot holes through alien monsters.


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