What is your favorite game system?

Michael99

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There are so many best gaming consoles in the market of all time among PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X Wii etc. If I would like to buy, which one do you suggest me is the best gaming console overall as far your experience w.r.t price and performance.
 

Abizaga

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There are so many best gaming consoles in the market of all time among PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X Wii etc. If I would like to buy, which one do you suggest me is the best gaming console overall as far your experience w.r.t price and performance.
Honestly, probably the switch. I adore the convenience factor.
 

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Of the current batch, I agree with the Switch being a good choice, it's a fantastic console! Of all time? I'd go either N64 or PS1 (or Saturn, but that's a personal favourite and some people aren't as enthralled with it as I am).
 

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Of the current batch, I agree with the Switch being a good choice, it's a fantastic console! Of all time? I'd go either N64 or PS1 (or Saturn, but that's a personal favourite and some people aren't as enthralled with it as I am).
I also agree with this. I will always love the n64.
 

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I'd probably vote for the PlayStation 2.. It was a big step up from the PS1, and despite being less powerful than the N64 I feel that on the whole it had better games (not to mention substantially more).

Quite recently I re-bought a PS2 for a bit of nostalgia, and I'm loving it.. :cool: I'm hoping to be able to get a capture device up and running soon, but it's proving to be more difficult than it really should be.
 

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I'd probably vote for the PlayStation 2.. It was a big step up from the PS1, and despite being less powerful than the N64 I feel that on the whole it had better games (not to mention substantially more).

Quite recently I re-bought a PS2 for a bit of nostalgia, and I'm loving it.. :cool: I'm hoping to be able to get a capture device up and running soon, but it's proving to be more difficult than it really should be.
That's a pretty good shout, for sure. They did make games for the PS2 for a good decade or so, so if you can't find games you love in that massive library, you probably aren't a gamer :D. I've still got mine setup, as well, play it on occasion, and most of the games still hold up fairly well even by today's standards!
 
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