If you are on a tight budget then we have got you covered in our christmas holiday gift guide for video game and technology gifts for under £30.
Pokémon Go Plus
If you know someone who is still trying to catch them all in Pokemon Go then the best aid with their quest is the Pokemon Go Plus Wristband.
This connects wirelesslys to their phone and lets you catch Pokemon you come across in the real world without ever having to open the phone to catch them. You’ll even hatch eggs, earn bonus candy and save your loved one’s mobile phone battery.
Fallout 4 SteelSeries Rival Mouse
Okay so, a confession to make with the current pound rate it comes to about £31 but it was too good an offer to not include into this section.
The Fallout 4 Rival gaming mouse is made by hardware peripheral maker SteelSeries and is one of their most staple gaming mouse being able to deliver great performance. Just check out our Rival 700 review or Rival 300 review and you’ll see why.
Bethesda Store, £31 (ish)
snakebyte PS4 Gamepad
The Game:Pad 4 is a great alternative to the official PlayStation 4 controllers. It is compatible with all PS4 games and apps and includes the same buttons in a ergonomic design.
These pads are great cheaper options to be able to play with an additional person this Christmas on your PlayStation 4 with advanced dual vibration, clickable touchpad and tactile triggers.
snakebyte , £30
Skyrim Skeletal Dragon Collectible Figure
Any Skyrim fan will know that dragons are a pretty big part of the game. Another Bethesda item which is a great gift for any gamer who likes the universe will love a collectible such as this.
The collectible comes as a kit you need to assemble yourself and the wingspan reaches 8 inches across and the body is 5.75 inches long.
Let your loved one built their own dragon straight out of Skyrim
Bethesda Store, £23
Munchkin Card Game
Munchkin is a great card based dungeon adventure without the need for roleplaying or remember a lot of different statistics. The deluxe version comes with a big game board to keep your cards in place and 12 stands for a full team of players that move along the gameboard as you level up.
If you have gamer who is into games such as Dragon Age, Skyrim, Diablo and more fantasy games then Munckin is a great choice for a gift under £30
World of Munchkin , £27.
Adata p12500d 12500mAH Power Bank
A gamer is always in need of some additional power juice, so for the festive season or just a casual birthday gift the ADATA p125000d power bank could be a life saver.
With a capacity of 12500mAh, you will be able to get a few charges out of it even on the most power hungry smartphones before it depletes. If you have more than one device that needs to be charged then the dual USB charging ports lets you charge two devices at the same time. With the LCD display, you’ll always know how much you have left so there is no more guessing.
Amazon , £19.
So hopefully by now you’ll have a few ideas for some ideal gifts to buy for someone who is into video games, technology and traditional board games. If you still need to do some shopping, head back to our Holiday Gift Guide 2016 Hub for other gift ideas.