Clockwise from top left: A new generation will learn to love the adorable gorilla in Donkey Kong Country Returns ($44). It's the game's first update in five years. Everyone's buzzing about the new Kinect motion detection system and Kinectimals ($47) gives lil ones a way to play. Disney's Guilty Party ($38) is the modern version of Clue. Let your child become the sleuth! Mario returns in one of the most celebrated games of the year – Super Mario Galaxy 2 ($40), where the hero must rescue the princess. Kids may have trouble keeping the remote out of their parents' hands with Disney Epic ($70) where players can search the lost Disney archives to create new scenes as Mickey makes his way to become the game's hero.
Calling all gamers! If you thought the console was only for tweens, you're in for a surprise. Tots as young as preschool are taking control of the remote and landing in top scorer slots! Check out these video games for the kids on your holiday list.