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Polygon’s Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Miscellaneous

Seeking a gift that doesn't fit nicely into one of our other categories? Here are some bonus items that are sure to make someone happy for the holidays.

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Welcome to our gift guide selections for miscellaneous items! Scroll down to see the list, or if you want to head back to our gift guide hub covering games, hardware and memorabilia, click here.

NES Classic Edition

NES Classic Edition

We've got months to wait until the Switch releases, so for now, why not revisit Nintendo's 8-bit roots with the NES Classic Edition? This pint-sized box plugs right into your TV via HDMI and has 30 classic games inside, plus a small classic controller. It's a brilliant flashback — or history lesson, even.

Nintendo, $60

Pokemon Go Plus

Pokémon Go Plus

Got a loved one who is still trying to catch 'em all in Pokémon Go? Aid his or her quest with the Pokémon Go Plus wristband, which connects wirelessly to your phone and lets you make progress in the game even if you're not looking at it. You'll hatch more eggs, earn bonus candy and snag loads of extra Pokémon.

Nintendo, $35

Xbox One Design Lab controller

Xbox One Design Lab controller

For the Xbox lover in your life, check out Microsoft's new Design Lab: it lets you custom-outfit an Xbox One controller with any pairing of colors you'd like, plus you can pay a little extra for laser engraving too. Your favorite player will remember your awesome, one-of-a-kind gesture every time he or she grabs the gamepad.

Microsoft, $80

N64 coffee table

N64 coffee table base

If you're a child of the '90s, then this fan-made coffee table might bring back a rush of excitement every time you set a drink on top. It's the classic Nintendo 64 logo brought to life with wood and a glorious-looking paint job; just pop a glass pane on top and you'll have a perfect retro reminder for your living room.

GeeksWithWood, $150

PlayStation sweater

PlayStation knitted sweater

Know someone who's all about PlayStation? Enhance his or her winter wardrobe with this officially-licensed sweater, a comfy-looking number in classic PSone grey along with the familiar PlayStation logo, buttons, and d-pad icons all over. Keep warm while remembering the 32-bit glory days this holiday season.

Merchoid, $60



Cozmo is a strange product: It’s an expensive toy but a cheap robot, with the added benefit of having animations and sounds that can elicit an emotional response. We loved playing with him, and think you will as well.

Anki, $180

Head back to Polygon’s 2016 Gift Guide hub.

Header illustration: Alice Carroll