When it comes to the best game console, there are a lot of factors that you should consider. The argument between Sony and Microsoft has been going on for years now in schools across America with kids backing each company up to their respective sides like petty adults bickering over which flavor ice cream is superior. Today Nintendo also competes against these two giants but as always they will be tough contenders if we ever get unbiased reviews from an impartial source!
- Sony PlayStation 5
- Microsoft Xbox Series X
- Nintendo Switch OLED
As PC gaming becomes more popular, it might seem like consoles are obsolete. However, there are three things that make them worth your money:
- The games play on these devices offer better graphics than what you’ll find on any other platform or device.
- You can connect two consoles together wirelessly so friends can play against each other without having another joystick in addition to the pads they already own – this way everyone has something different with which he prefers playing (and if someone doesn’t have anything specific then at least one person should).
- Consoles provide a library of old favorites from childhood all grown up!
1- Sony Playstation 5
Sony’s new PlayStation 5 is the latest iteration of Sony’s iconic console series. While it has an expected bump in graphics quality (especially when playing games that support ray tracing), one major upgrade to look forward to are off-screen capabilities which will make their TVs more than just TVs with surround sound and Internet capability, they can now exponentially increase immersion through augmented reality without glasses or else any connection at all!
Sony’s newest entry on gamers’ shelves is so great: Ray Tracing, a faster processor, and more memory overall all while maintaining backward compatibility with PS1 games through streaming capabilities via Gaikai or free downloads if you prefer offline play!
- DualSense haptics
- SSD speeds up load times
- Huge and awkward
- Expandable storage still can’t be used
Sony Playstation 5
2- Microsoft Xbox Series X
The Xbox Series X succeeds the One as Microsoft’s most powerful console in production. But notwithstanding being similar in specs to Sony, who unveiled their PS5 last year and is expected an official reveal of sorts on Thursday 9th October 2019 at the GDC Paris Games Week 2020 conference- both companies have taken very different approaches when it comes down to how they’re marketing this hardware, with MS opting instead for more subtlety which fits its branding better while PlayStation has gone all out with some seriously impressive advertising efforts so far!
- Xbox Game Pass
- Relatively compact design
- Great backward compatibility
- Proprietary expandable storage
- Controller is basically the same as the Xbox One
Xbox Series X
3- Nintendo Switch OLED
The Nintendo Switch is the last major handheld around, which means those who want a portable gaming experience have no other choice. The most significant advantage of this device over others in its class? It comes from what you’ll be able to play on it! 1080p graphics and fast processing speeds make all sorts of games possible even with small screens or limited horsepower (and battery life).
Plus there’s first-party support: some great titles are exclusive only at retail stores like these ones here – so if we miss any big releases don’t worry because they’ll probably come out for our smartphones too… eventually 🙂
The Switch has been around for a while now and it’s time you gave this stellar console the attention it deserves. While there are many features worth checking out, let us highlight some of our favorites!
The improved OLED version comes in at only $50 more expensive than its base model counterpart thanks to upgrades like an increased storage capacity (upwards of 32GB) as well as better kickstands that make gaming much easier on your hands/wrists when compared side by side with other systems or even just holding them up all day long; we noticed no strain after several hours gameplay either.
- Nintendo’s first-party games
- The only major handheld gaming device left
- Battery life leaves a lot to be desired
- Substandard, expensive ports of third-party games
- Significantly weaker hardware than the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S