Computer HardwareEVGA GTX 780 Ti-
I know it may seem strange to list something like this given that I'm currently running on two 680 Lightnings, but my reasoning is actually a bit less selfish than that. I happen to have two very close friends who are PC gamers, and who have decent rigs with aging GPU's. One recently got a 3570K system with all the trimmings, but couldn't afford to upgrade his slightly aging Radeon 6870, which is showing signs of possibly giving out. My other friend was laid off of work a while back, and has a 2500K system with a GTX 560 Ti.
If I could get a suitable replacement performance-wise to my current GPU setup, I would love to put one of my 680 Lightning's under both of their trees this Christmas. Still have the original boxes and everything Samsung 840 Pro SSD-
Well, I've never experienced the majesty of a solid state drive firsthand, and I'd like to see what all the fuss is about GamingNintendo 3DS XL-
Really want to get this for a couple of reasons. One, is that Monster Hunter appears to now be a primarily Nintendo franchise. The other, is that I haven't played a Pokemon game since Emerald, and not gonna lie, X and Y looks pretty awesome.Playstation 4-
Should be pretty obvious. It's new, it's shiny, and as someone absolutely in love with technology, I'm instinctively drawn towards it even if I currently can't afford it. Plus I already have a Vita, so I totally want to take advantage of streaming and cross-play.Titanfall (PC)-
Simple and (comparatively) inexpensive, this is one of my most looked-forward to titles.The trailers show promise, and Respawn, formerly IW, were the ones who created the insanely addictive CoD formula to begin with. I'm thinking, perhaps, they can reinvent the wheel.
Well, that's all for my wishlist. Good luck to everybody Edited by Flames21891 - 11/30/13 at 11:10am