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With the holiday season rapidly approaching, finding the perfect gift for that special someone in your life is essential. If that special someone happens to be a Nintendo fan, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a quick gift guide of stocking stuffers we thought were worth sharing!


These 30th Anniversary Mario ornaments and snow globe will make a great gift for anyone who loves that charming Italian plumber. These will make great gifts for someone who’s on a budget. The set of four ornaments, which include the art from classic Mario games, will make anyone feel nostalgic. The four pack will only set you back $9.99 and will look great on your tree. The Super Mario Galaxy ornament is $7.99, but it includes LED lights, which makes those extra few bucks feel worth it!

And finally, the 30th Anniversary Mario Snow Globe comes in at $8.99. This gift is perfect for someone who likes to display their collectibles.



Who doesn’t love plush toys? They’re adorable, soft, and they make great display pieces! There are a wide variety of plush toys from all your favorite Nintendo games– titles like Super Mario Bros., Star Fox, Animal Crossing, Pikmin, and Legend of Zelda, just to name a few, are available for purchase. Similar to the ornaments, these plushies won’t break the bank, but there’s a good chance they’ll melt your heart.


World of Nintendo Figures

The World of Nintendo toy line has a wide variety of affordable figures and play sets to pick from. These toys come in a variety of sizes and include characters from an array of different Nintendo franchises. Toys such as Samus, Fox and Metroid can be hard to find in stores, but common ones like Mario, Yoshi and Peach are always in stock. The World of Nintendo toy line is continuing to expand; it will make great gifts for kids to play with or collectors to display!


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Written by Frank Costagliola

Frank is a journalism student at the College of Staten Island and knew he wanted to write and talk about video games since high school. If Frank isn't on campus, he's probably gaming, spending time with his friends, at the gym, or trying to hunt down a rare amiibo out in the wild.