Like mom, dad’s given up a lot of life-respawning time to spawn little humans, as well as playing Fortnite with them when he’s more of a Forza Horizon 4 guy. Thank him for the sacrifices by helping him get back into his own gaming groove — or feed his battle royale addiction now that you’ve created that monster. At a loss as to what will thrill him? Here are some suggestions to get you started, no matter how little — or how much — you want to spend. These products and services are independently chosen by our editors. CNET may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site. For the cutting-edge gamer: Oculus Quest ($399) Sarah Tew/CNET While the app library for Oculus’ new headset is small, it’s the best wireless option available — perfect for remaining untangled in a small living room or den. But it provides an immersive VR experience with great controls and full positional tracking — no phone, PC or game console, and costs $400, which isn’t bad. If he’s more PC-inclined, the pricey $200 Razer Nari Ultimate (see at Best Buy) headset for PC or PS4 adds state-of-the-art haptic feedback for wholly immersive gameplay. See at Oculus Read full review Now playing: Watch this: We took Oculus Quest on vacation 5:18 For the gamer on the go: Nintendo Switch ($300), SteelSeries Stratus Duo ($60) or Nimbus controllers ($50) James Martin/CNET For snatching moments between carpools or meetings, get him a… [Read full story]
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