List of the best video game consoles
With technology constantly developing, the gaming community expects to be wowed at least every three to four years. Gamers always wait for the next big release to get theories hands on the best video game consoles. Let us take a look at the best video game consoles that are currently out in the market.
We start the list with the best of the lot, the PlayStation 5. Released in 2020, this console has most of the high-technology specifications that you would expect. It also boasts of great graphics and is even proud of limited launches such as Black Ops Cold War, Call of Duty, Miles Morales, Astro’s Playroom, as well as Spider-Man. The only problem that has come to light is its availability. A lot of people complain about the console being out of stock.
As far as old-school gamers are concerned, no individual or thing would ever be able to change their mind about the Super Nintendo. This console was released way back in 1991, and has proven its meta, established a trusted reputation, and entertained millions around the world. At the time, the Super Nintendo was providing primitive 3D and was quite ahead of its time where the graphics were concerned. The games released back then took the entire world by storm with stuff like Super Metroid, Donkey Kong Country, Super Mario Kart, and so on.
Xbox Series X
The Xbox Series X comes closest to giving the PlayStation 5 competition. Released in the same year as the PlayStation 5, it established itself as the king of backward compatibility. Fans are totally in love with its 400-game catalog.
No one quite expected the impact that the Nintendo Switch had on the gaming community. This is mainly because not many gamers fancied the idea of a console being able to double on the portable handheld. However, with the big guns such as Super Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda, Breath of the Wild, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, the Switch became an instant hit.
The Wii U is known to be squeezed between its predecessor and successor – the Wii and the Nintendo Switch. This console had a display with a touchpad controller, and if you are a big Transformers Prime fan, you could have a field day with the Wii U.