Classical music and video games have more in common that one would think -- many composers now create scores for both, and Mozart's Magic Flute was definitely about Zelda or something. For grooming help from someone who inhabits both worlds herself, check out DigitalSoaps.
Custom-made by a flautist and PS2 enthusiast, DS's a nerdlicious line of all-natural bars infused with rejuvenating caffeine and resembling video game components dating back to a time when you weren't allowed to have any. Sudsy controllers include an all-black OG PlayStation joint and a crazy realistic, 6oz glycerine X-box 360 job, but the whole enchilada's to be had in the 8-piece peppermint, sandalwood, and nag champa-scented Evolution of Gaming set, which includes a Wii-mote, SEGA's Dreamcast controller, and the original NES brick, any of which can be used to enhance fiddling with your own joystick. Out of control're the likes of a mini 9oz Playstation 3 Console, cartridges from Mortal Kombat II (Genesis) and Nintendo's Super Mario Bros 3 (w/ black sleeve), and a 24-piece coconut/safflower/palm oil set inspired by characters & levels from old school games like Tetris and Space Invaders, but not Breakout, since the soap kept trying to prevent it.
There're also fragrance oil'd shampoos/conditioners packaged in 12oz soda bottles and bearing scents like Pepsi and Mountain Dew, which is probably what Grieg was all hopped up on when he wrote about the king that lived in its hall.