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Forums - Gaming Discussion - What do you want for Christmas?

Just a simple question to get us all in the festive spirit! Maybe you want something from a friend/family member, or maybe you're willing to treat yourself for the Holidays. I understand many of us are at that point in our lives when we start getting fewer and fewer gifts, and are instead giving gifts more than receiving them. Or perhaps we start to "not care" and are open to whatever our loved ones gift us. LET'S IGNORE ALL THAT. Let us instead reveal to each other what we REALLY want for Christmas, as if we were kids again... no holds barred.

I'll start! I, myself, still ask for games for Christmas. This year, I asked for Paper Mario The Origami King.

Apologies to those who don't celebrate Christmas, i'm not trying to leave you out of the convo! Feel free to let us know if there is something in particular you want to see happen by the end of the year, or perhaps what you'd like to see next year!


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I asked for Age of Calamity, will be my Christmas stocking this year.

On the epiphany the three wise men will bring me cool surprises!

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I'm mostly a lurker now.

All I want for christmas is


All I want for Christmas is a PSP.

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I want a fully modded TES3: Morrowind on my PC but sadly no one is going to do this for me except myself.

A fully translated official western release of Segagaga for the Switch

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We don't usually give or ask for gifts these days, more about spending time with family, but I do take the opportunity to treat myself. In addition to some games and related hardware I've been shopping for some nice jackets and coats now that I've moved somewhere with actual winters.

Price drops on ps5 games :P

I want a 3080 and an ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero in a shopping cart, but I might as well wish for a unicorn.

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