Arcade1Up from Tastemakers
These days it's hard to find an arcade nearby, and that's where Arcade1Up comes to the rescue. Arcade1Up cabinets feature retro arcade games that look and play just like the originals from the '80s and '90s. They stand at only four feet tall and are a fraction of the price of a full-sized arcade. Whether you are fan of Street Fighter II, Rampage, Asteroids, etc., today's kids and kidults need this for their game room.
Arcade Classics from Basic Fun!
If you are looking for a more desk-friendly, bored-at-work option to get your retro gaming fix, Basic Fun! has you covered. Put down your mobile games and grab one of these mini handheld arcade machines, featuring the original joystick-style gameplay of old-school classic video games such as Tetris, Q*bert, Centipede, and more.
Barbie Doctor Who Doll from Mattel
While the debate rages on over who is the best Doctor of all time, one thing is certain: Jodie Whittaker will forever be the first Doctor Who female Doctor. In celebration of the newest regeneration of the beloved Time Lord, the 13th doctor is getting her own Barbie and we think it's one Doctor Who and Barbie collectors will be clamoring for this season.
Bob Ross: Happy Little Accidents Party Game from Big G Creative
In the words of Bob Ross, "We don't make mistakes. We have happy accidents." And that's the premise of this new party game that has players creating artwork from random doodles. Thanks to YouTube, kids are now discovering the chilled-out wisdom of the late painter, and this game sparks creativity for Bob Ross fans young and old.

Disney Princess Comic Collection from Hasbro
The Disney Princesses are some of Disney's most iconic and beloved characters. Based on a comic strip series that gives the princesses a modern-day twist, these figures are great for kids who want to play out different adventures and older collectors who will love the new look for these classic characters.
Dr. Pimple Popper Pimple Pete Game from Spin Master
In the toy world, 2018 has been a gross-out year with zit toys, especially, popping up all over. No one is bigger in the zit arena than Dr. Sandra Lee (aka Dr. Pimple Popper), and she even lent her name to this game, which provides gross-out fun and satisfies players' fascination with pimples.
Harry Potter Coding Kit from Kano
2018 celebrates Harry Potter's 20th anniversary, and there's a lot of great Harry Potter toys out this year (also see: Harry Potter Dolls). But this Kano kit stands out as a perfect celebration of the magic of Harry Potter. Through the real-life magic of coding, Potterheads can build their own wands and program them to cast on-screen spells.
Harry Potter Dolls from Mattel
Mattel, well known for its Barbie collector dolls, celebrates the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter with this lineup of dolls that features the Wizarding World's most beloved characters. With facial sculpts that resemble the actors and detailed personalized wands for each doll, these amazing replicas will be must-haves for the ultimate Potterhead.

Jurassic World Alpha Training Blue from Mattel
Blue may be the leading raptor, but Owen is still the alpha. Jurassic World fans can channel their inner Owen to train this high-tech robotic Blue to be one clever girl. This is the most advanced dinosaur toy we've seen, and the movements are so realistic it's like having your own pet raptor.
Marvel Legends Avengers Infinity Gauntlet from Hasbro
Thanos ranked public enemy No. 1 as the baddest Marvel villain for 2018 superhero movies. Fans love to roleplay as Marvel superheroes, but it's even more fun to play the bad guy. Thanos' infinity gauntlet played a critical role in Avengers: Infinity War, and this electronic version has the scale and sound effects Marvel collectors want out of a toy replica.
Marvel Legends Black Panther Helmet from Hasbro
Black Panther is now one of the top grossing movies of all time and broke ground as the first MCU film to feature a predominately black cast. Millions of fans want to roleplay as T'Challa-and get their hands on all the high-tech gear of Wakanda. This Legends Series helmet may not be made of Vibranium but it's loaded with Techie features to make you feel like Black Panther.
Mego Figures
Mego was the OG of celebrity action figures in the 1970s, and vintage Mego action figures are still sought out today. With collectible action figures positioned as top-sellers in the category, Mego marks its comeback. There are fan-favorite movie and TV characters of the past as well as new characters from '80s and '90s sitcoms. Some of our personal favorites are the Mego Star Trek figures, including Lt. Sulu and Chekov making their debut.

Mickey the True Original Mickey Through the Years Stuffed Toy Collection from Just Play
For Walt Disney, it all started with a mouse. Mickey Mouse has been an iconic character since debuting in Steamboat Willie back in 1928. And with six different Mickey stuffed animals, this special plush toy collection is a perfect way to show how Mickey has changed throughout his 90 years.
Monopoly Fortnite from Hasbro
Fortnite is currently the world's most popular video game, and now it's spawning more toys and games for fans. This Fortnite edition of the Monopoly board game is far from your average version of Monopoly. It draws in elements of the RPG such as HP replacing money, dozens of avatars to play with, and the well-known Fortnite Storm replacing Chance. Like the third-person shooter game, this is a game where the last one standing wins.
Pokemon Power Action Pikachu from Wicked Cool Toys
For more than 20 years, kids have been training and playing Pokémon. Pikachu continues to be the most iconic character from this franchise, and the Power Action Pikachu, with its lights, sounds, and multiple modes of play, brings this character to life for today's generation of trainers - and their parents.
Tiny Arcade from Super Impulse
With the resurgence of old-school video games, the Tiny Arcade versions of Ms. Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and more, give fans miniature replicas of the arcade classics that play just like the originals. These have the same lights, sounds, and gameplay, but are on keychains so you can take and play them anywhere. No quarters needed!