A Gamer's Holiday Gift Guide - Game List for Group

By Lauren Alessandra on December 14, 2011, 9:06AM EDT

It seems as though we have reached the end of our Gamer's Holiday Gift Guide. In honor of the occasion we're giving you a list of games that should be played with multiple people!

So if you're shopping for a friend who maybe just got a new console or maybe just shopping for a game to buy for your family, hopefully something on this list will catch your eye.

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We hope you enjoy our selections, and if you haven't yet, check out Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and <a href=>Part 4.

1. Just Dance 3 (Nintendo Wii, PS3, Xbox 360) - Check it Out!
As far as group games are concerned, Just Dance 3 is the ultimate party game for people who just want to have fun and dance their pants off. With so many different songs to choose from, it's just impossible to not find something you like. For more information on this game, you should check out our review.

2. Star Wars: The Old Republic (PC) - Check it Out!
For Star Wars fans, this game should be right at the top of your wish list. Basically, this game takes place 300 years after the events of Knights of the Old Republic and more than 3,500 years before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope. Players can either play for the Galactic Republic or the Sith Empire. As this game is an MMORPG, expect a lot of late nights with the buds. Oh, and a lot of pizza.

3. LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 (Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, PSVita, Wii, Nintendo DS, 3DS, PC, iOS) - Check it Out!
The LEGO series has some of the best family friendly titles out there. With Harry Potter Years 5-7 they've set the bar even higher. This is a must for this holiday season.

4. Portal 2 (PS3, Xbox 360, PC) - Check it Out!
There's a good chance you already know enough about Portal. That is unless you were living under a rock. In any case, this is a title that deserves the hype it has been given with a hilarious script and creative gameplay. If you need anymore reasons to buy Portal 2 for someone, check out our review.

5. Pokémon Black/White (Nintendo DS) - Check it Out!
The Pokémon series has been around forever and if you still haven't tried out any of the titles, perhaps you should try out Pokémon Black/White for the Nintendo DS. With hundreds of Pokémon to encounter, this game is sure to carry you throughout those snowy days. Check out our review of Pokémon Black.

6. Rayman Origins (PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, 3DS, PSVita) - Check it Out!
Rayman Origins is a great one to play with the family. The humor is child-friendly and the gameplay is accessible for most ages. If you want to know more about this title, click here.

7. Minecraft (PC) - Check it Out!
Do you and your friends have a strange urge to build things out of pixelated blocks? Well here's the game for you! Seriously though, Minecraft has taken the Internet by storm and if you have yet to play it, you definitely should get on it now. However, if you worried about not having anyone to play with? Not to fear, as many of us on GamingUnion play it too. Check out this feature on Minecraft for more information.

8. The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (PS3, Xbox 360, PC, iOS, Nintendo Wii, DS, 3DS) - Check it Out!
LEGO Harry Potter aside, this is probably one of the best movie adaptation games this year. The Adventures of Tin Tin is fun and easy to play whether you're by yourself or with a friend. If you're still unconvinced, read our review.

9. Battlefield 3 (PS3, Xbox 360, PC, iOS) - Check it Out!
If you're a bit more hardcore, but tired of playing Call of Duty, you and your friends should perhaps make the switch to Battlefield 3. The multiplayer is very balanced and there are tons of weapons to try out. Still not convinced? Read more here.

10. Little Big Planet 2 (PS3) - Check it Out!
Little Big Planet is known for its adorable design and never ending content. With Little Big Planet 2, there's so much more with new features and an updated level creator,. If you have yet to play a Little Big Planet game, you would do well to purchase this one. Click here for more information.

Be sure to check out Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and <a href=>Part 4.

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