Hmmm. What do you get for the guy (or gal) on your list who seemingly has everything and (seriously, for the love of god) doesn't need another video game?
How about a wallet made from a vintage Atari cartridge?
Somerville engineer Niles Zwolak trolls the web for the cartridges and turns each one into a game lover's dream accessory. It takes him about two hours to make one wallet — get yours at his Etsy shop for $35-$55.
Also: Zwolak's wife Phetnikone designs handbags and recently collaborated with her hubby to make Atari wallet/wristlet combos:
Love the bag. It's equal parts pop art and precious. This set is perfect for a "Pacman" fan and his gaming girlfriend. Gotta have it? Get thee to the DesignHive's Handmade Holidaze market in Cambridge this Sunday, where the crafty couple will be selling these limited-edition wristlet/wallet combos for $95. Game on.