Skylanders, or Disney Infinity? It's the debate set to cause parents nightmares leading up to Christmas.
The good news is that both options have upgraded to next-gen consoles, with Skylanders releasing its latest instalment of the toys-and-games franchise just weeks after Disney.
Trap Team is beautiful to look at too, with sparkling graphics, wonderfully rendered villains and cut scenes that make full use of next-gen power.
While Trap Team's story will be nonsense to parents - something about Cloudcracker Prison being bloentertainwn up by the super baddie Kaos - kids lap it up.
And it doesn't matter: Trap Team is a delight to play, with its addictive mix of upbeat cartoon action, fun and friendly characters and quirky, addictive puzzle-solving.
It also makes great use of the portal base, with plenty of interaction required with Skylanders' new toys to help trap the villains in something called "Traptanium".
Yes, frustrations continue on from previous instalments with locked areas that different toys - a Trap Team starter pack comes with just two of 32 new characters - are needed to unlock.
But hey, your kids have birthdays coming up for those.
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