Gift ideas for video gamers

Updated 6:47 PM ET, Thu December 10, 2015
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With the new movie coming out, "Star Wars"-related games and accessories are all the rage this holiday season. Keep your "Disney Infinity" figures organized in this stylish themed container, which also has room for your playing platform. List price: $29.99. PowerA
The action on this track will remind you of the old slot-racing games -- without the worry of your cars flying off into the wall. That's because you control the cars with your smartphone. List price: $149.99. Anki
This new Lego game mashes up characters from 14 different franchises, including DC Comics, "The Lord of the Rings" and "Back to the Future," letting you create bold new partnerships. Think Marty McFly will give Batman guitar lessons? List price: $99.99. WarnerBros. Interactive Entertainment
These great-sounding gaming headsets from Turtle Beach feature "Star Wars" designs. Join the Empire's elite Sandtrooper force or take to the skies as a X-Wing pilot above Jakku. List price: $49.95 for the X-Wing model; $99.99 for the Sandtrooper. Turtle Beach
Explore Hoth, Tattooine, or other "Star Wars" worlds in the new "Star Wars Battlefront" game. Now you can experience the rush of a looming AT-AT bearing down on your team of fighters. List price: $69.99. ElectronicArts/Lucasfilm
This Limited Edition "Star Wars Battlefront" PS4 Bundle includes a custom 500GB limited edition PS4 system and a Dualshock 4 wireless controller inspired by Darth Vader. It's a must for PlayStation gamers who are "Star Wars" fans. List price: $349.99. Courtesy Sony Computer Entertainment
The new "Disney Infinity 3.0" lets you play with old "Star Wars" characters along with new heroes and villains from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." List price: $64.96. Larry Frum Jr
The new version of this popular action-adventure series takes place in Victorian England during the time of the Industrial Revolution. Players control twin assassins while navigating the city of London in 1868. List price: $59.99. courtesy ubisoft
If you're looking to raise your game or just want to personalize your experience, the new Microsoft Elite Controller for Xbox will let gamers change button placements, get twitchier with back paddles and even change out D-pads. List price: $149.99. Microsoft
A power slam has never been bigger than in the new "Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash," which lets you choose from 16 playable characters for singles or doubles. List price: $49.99. Nintendo
For gamers who broadcast their gameplay sessions on YouTube or Twitch, these USB microphones from Blue help you create studio-quality recordings. List price: $129.99. Blue Microphones