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Ultimate Holiday Guide, Part 1

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by John Davis

Guam - We'll be giving you the information you need to purchase that perfect gift for the techie on your Christmas list.  So, we've already told you all gaming consoles were going to be a Christmas hit this year, but I'm sure you're wondering about what games will complete your console gift package. 

If you're gaming on an Xbox Elite that comes equipped with a 120 gig hard drive, the got–to–have game for Christmas is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.  If you decide to pick up the most anticipated game of the year, you'll experience heart–racing action as players face off against a new threat dedicated to bringing the world to the brink of collapse. The game features single and multiplayer campaigns, a new cooperative Special Ops mode combining the single–player intensity and multi–player replay ability.  Don't forget, in order to play with your friends online, you'll need an Xbox Live account.

The PS3 Slim's hottest game this Christmas would have to be DJ Hero.  The game comes with turntable and up to 93 original mixes that will definitely get those watching you play dancing.  While you play the game, you'll be tasked with staying on beat, using that cross fader to mix the tracks and scratching it up on the turntable.  If you pick up DJ Hero for the PS3 Slim, don't forget playing online is free with the Play Station Network, so call a friend and get that party started by mixing it up on the turntables. 

If you have Guitar hero for the PS3, you'll be able to use it to take advantage of some cool mixes featuring a DJ and solo guitarist. If you have the Nintendo Wii, the only game you need this Christmas is the New Super Mario Brothers.  In this game the Wii brings back the classic Mario brothers games we all grew up with on Nintendo.  This games sports crisp graphics, great music and awesome multi–player interaction.  The best part isn't just the Return of Mario and Luigi, but the Mario Bros. arch enemies the Koopalings are back.  Better yet, up to 4 players can get in the action with the games multi–player feature. 

The only downside is the Nintendo Wii doesn't support online play, don't worry you'll just have to call some friend over that's all. There you have it, the 3 biggest games for the 3 best gaming consoles for Christmas.  Be sure to tune in next week as we give you more ideas on gift ideas on the CNET Ultimate holiday tech Guide next week, so hang in there I know you're going to love it!

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