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Which game system is best?

There are pros and cons to every game system out there. What’s best for you? It’s up to you to decide.

nintendo-ds_lite1.jpgDS Lite

Category: Portables

Cost: $129

Features: Two screens; WiFi wireless; touch-sensitive screen. Plays Game Boy Advance and DS games.

The Good: This best-selling system has a huge library of games. Rechargeable battery can last up to 19 hours. Good price.

The Not So Good: Least powerful of the new systems, with poorest graphics. Holding system and using stylus can be clumsy.


Category: Portables

Cost: $170

Features: High-resolution wide screen; WiFi. Plays games and movies on mini DVDs called UMDs.

The Good: The nicest screen ever included in a handheld. UMDs make for bigger and better looking games.

The Not So Good: Smaller and often disappointing library of games. System and games designed more for adults.

playstation3.jpgPlayStation 3

Category: Consoles

Cost: $400 for 40 GB hard drive. $500 for 80 GB hard drive.

Features: Plays games and movies on Blu-Ray and DVD disks; WiFi. Backward compatible to PS2; wireless controllers.

The Good: The most powerful game system ever made; games look great. Many online options.

The Not So Good: Costs nearly twice as much as other systems. Few games released for 2007; most are for adults. Some problems with backward compatibility.


Category: Consoles

Cost: $250

Features: Uses wireless motion-tracking controller called Wii-mote: WiFi; backward compatible to GameCube.

The Good: Wii-mote is unique. Comes with Wii Sports. Better backward compatibility than PS3 or Xbox 360. Family-friendly library and excellent classic games through online service.

The Not So Good: By far the least powerful of the new consoles. Few must-have games, and Nintendo has announced few future games than Microsoft or Sony. Does not play movies.

xboxelitewidec.jpgXbox 360

Category: Consoles

Cost: $280 for Xbox 360 Arcade (256MB memory unit); $350 for Xbox 360 Premium (20 GB hard drive); $450 for Xbox 360 Elite (120 GB hard drive).

Features: Uses wireless controllers; plays games and movies on DVD; Internet connectivity.

The Good: Largest game library. Best online offerings. Can play high-def DVD movies.

The Not So Good: Severe overheating problems. Limited backward compatibility. System and games generally designed for adults.

523 Comments on Which game system is best?

  1. Really good reviews

  2. Construct Master // November 21, 2013 at 3:27 pm // Reply

    Yeah, Xbox Games Are More For Adults. But I Still Love It, Mainly For HALO. Just Got one, and lovin it!

  3. Xbox is number 1 on gamescale of one to ten

  4. I myself perfer the PS3 over Xbox, however, they are all great consoles. Also, I like the free Playstation Network of PS3 over the payed online gaming for the 360.

  5. contractDean // July 21, 2013 at 9:39 am // Reply

    Best gaming system best graphics best controller best everything …is playing OUTSIDE…can I get an amen!!!

  6. Ps3 by far

  7. Ps3 is the best system by far better than anything PC xbox wii dc and all that crp ps3 has the best games too although I like x box a little 2 nd best system last wii

  8. Gaming PC pwns all others. No question about it.

  9. GAMING PC >:)

  10. I’d like to point out the Wii u will have twice the power as the Wii, the other systems New ones will have 6 times the power I beleive. And about Xbox online stuff, ps3 can do all the same, and can read blue ray wich 360 can’t, altho there both good systems I’d say ps3 is much better quality, plus you don’t have to pay to use the online such should always be free

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