Black Friday is here and the shopping season floodgates have been officially opened! In the spirit of fun and gift-giving, we’ve compiled this Holiday Gift Guide: gift suggestions compiled from the Torchlight dev team, sure to delight your inner and outer gamer or geek. Happy Holidays!
Jason Beck (Art Director)
- XBOX Kinect w/ Kinectimals – This is the first ‘gamer’ thing my nearly 5 year old daughter has openly asked for without me mentioning it beforehand. She excitedly told me about it one night when I got home as “the game where you can make your pet tiger pretend it’s dead by playing dead on the floor”.
- Rock Band 3
- Fallout: New Vegas
Jolene Ziegler (QA)
- Promethia hard cover
- Sandman hard cover
- Batwoman hard cover
- Fireman’s 4 brand beer
- A tablet PC that plays Flash and doesn’t suck
- Daria the complete series
- Star Wars the Old republic for PC
- Okami Den for DS
- Golden Sun for DS
- DC Universe for PC
Movies Coming Out
- Harry Potter
- Black Swan
- Tron Legacy
- Green hornet
Matt Wyatt (Accountant)
Jason Lamb (QA Lead)
- The Alien Quadrilogy Blu-ray box set.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 2 (DVD and BRD)
- Flying your friends and relatives out to see you :-)
JD Wiker (Writer)
- Vibram Five Fingers (Note: JD couldn’t wait for Christmas and got a pair of these – he loves them! Highly recommended.)
- Rock Band Storage Ottoman
Ben Evans (Webmaster)
- Catan Histories: Settlers of America – This is a great new game by Klaus Teuber and Mayfair Games. Enjoyable for veterans of Settlers of Catan and new players alike, explore and and move westward as you settle America.
- Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series – I have always found the Discworld series to be enjoyable and immersive, yet light enough to be able to put down and come back to at any time. The books in the series are not always connected and you can read them in (almost) any order. As a starting point, I suggest either The Color of Magic or The Thief of Time.
- The 2011 Time Travelers Calendar – This calendar takes a listing of time travel occurrences throughout movies, video games and books and lays them out on a convenient time line for your datekeeping pleasure.
- Dungeons and Dragons Red Box – If you have never played Dungeons and Dragons, this is a great way to get introduced to the world. The Red Box contains everything necessary to get started and play.
Jesse Tucker (Level Design)
- Dominion: Prosperity
- Dungeon Defenders
- Solid State HD
- Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
Matt Munroe (QA)
- Gremlins 3 t-shirt
- The Real Ghostbusters volume 1 dvd box set
- Health and Mana potions (I doubt I’ll drink them though)
Mike Fisher (2D Artist)
- PS3, and 46" HD flatscreen for consoles in the gaming room :) (Note: Good luck with that one, Mike! ;)