The Nvidia Shield is a gamer’s dream: The Android-powered tablet (from $299, shield.nvidia.com) and wireless controller ($60) come with built-in games and can also stream favorites from a PC.
The Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo book gives fanatics of the TV series—and there are many—an inside look at its creation ($35, amazon.com).
These tiny figurines connect to gaming consoles to grant access to different onscreen characters, features, and adventures. Spider-Man ($35 for two, infinity.disney.com) and Yoshi ($13, nintendo.com) are part of the Nintendo Amiibo and Disney Infinity worlds, respectively, and can be collected along with a wide range of creatures and personalities.
Lo-fi gaming gets some love with a collector’s-edition Legend of Zelda Monopoly, featuring ultracool tokens ($40, usaopoly.com).
The Executive Building Brick set is the perfect workplace distraction for the grown-up gamer ($20, thinkgeek.com).