Can't say I'm wildly excited about the event itself, but a good amount of the merchandise from the Olympics is certainly impressing. Like these Lego Team GB Olympic mini-figures, which are up there with the best of it.
We have featured Lekki before, a company that's seemingly obsessed with the 1990s, in particular mobile phones of that era (like the Nokia 3210 and the Motorola StarTAC. But now the company has moved into gaming, specifically with the Nintendo Gameboy Pocket.
Sometimes, looks can far exceed the reality of actually using an object. We suspect that's the case with Rap Battle, although we hope it's not the case.
According to the write up, the aim of the game is to be the first player to earn $1000 by rapping, which you'll do by picking up Rap card and Star cards, as well as throwing a dice to pick your tune. That tune is played out via the boom box and if successful, you pocket the cash.
Love the boom box, not convinced it'll be a good game. But at £19.99, it sounds like a lot of fun if you have a houseful after a night on the town.
It's the most sought-after toy this Christmas - and the Aleksandr Orlov Meerkat Doll will be available at Harrods in a matter of weeks.
Harrods is the only place to get this talking toy (which obviously says 'simples' and not much else), but don't even think about reserving one, the list for saving has now closed. But Harrods will have stock available to buy in 'early December' if you want to join the queue.
The star of the Compare The Market ads will cost £19.95, with numbers limited to 5,000. A donation from every one sold will go to ZSL London Zoo, to help support their conservation work.