Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set

Based on the Jean-Claude Van Damme film of the same name, the Street Fighter video game franchise has punched its way into the hearts of gamers the world over (through the sternum, obviously). Hadouken the comprehensive Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set ($149, Xbox 360 or PS3) into the face of the Street Fighter fan closest to you. The set contains plenty of numbers: sixty four pages of art, eleven discs of Street Fighter music, four Street Fighter games for current generation consoles, and two discs of blu-ray documentary. Also, one each of the following: a full size Ryu belt, a light-up Ryu statue, a certificate of authenticity, and a massive lady/man-boner.

Sony PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset

Because Louise, your downstairs neighbor is oblivious to the joys of gaming, she tends to get a little peeved when your 5.1 system rocks her trinket-laden apartment with gunshots and mortar blasts—go figure. If you’d like to improve your neighborly relations, why not encourage her to buy you the new PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset? Sony’s first official headset for the PlayStation 3 will only set her back $99.99—certainly, she values his sleep enough to cough up a C-note, right? This sizable black beauty features virtual 7.1 surround sound; built-in rechargeable batteries; breathable, oversized ear pads; and a retractable microphone, which will come in handy when you start popping off to Lousie–if she ever summons up the courage to find you in multiplayer.

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Collector’s Edition

True PS3 pundits know that “Snaaaake!” has now been replaced by “Draaaaake!” Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is the latest chapter in the thrilling action-adventure series following fortune hunter Nathan Drake as he spans the globe looking for serious coinage. The Collector’s Edition does more than just give you the game, though. For $99.99 you also get exclusive steelbook packaging; a wearable replica of Drake’s buckle and ring with necklace strap; traveling chest packaging; and a Drake statue. You’ll get 10 hours or so out of the game’s superb single player campaign, but there’s also multiplayer and new co-op adventures. How many hours of fun you get from that statue, well, that’s up to you.