Gaming consoles weren’t born yesterday, they made their entries with their popular models like the Atari 2600 and the Nintendo Entertainment System in the late ’70s and early ’80s. Since then, these consoles have evolved immensely from the old 8-bit, 2D graphics of decades past. The best gaming consoles today boast a mind-boggling array of features and advanced hardware to create highly detailed virtual worlds and cinematic experiences, with the latest models even allowing the use of a VR headset for unparalleled immersion.

Not all gaming consoles and gamers are the same, however, many choices are offered to every type of gamers so it’s important to select the right one for your needs and preferences. Serious gaming enthusiasts should look for a system with 4K resolution capability for use with Ultra HDTVs (namely the PS4 Pro or Xbox One X), although even if you don’t have a UHD television, the improved hardware inside these machines delivers better overall performance and the consoles are future-proofed if you decide to upgrade to a 4K TV later.

There are also simpler gaming consoles for kids, families and the average casual gamers like the Nintendo Wii console. Portability is another consideration, especially for children or people who are on the move a lot and want to take their games on the go. In any of these scenarios, the Nintendo Switch is the best option.

To help you decide which gaming platform is right for you, we’ve researched and picked out the  best systems available on the market today, from beefy 4K machines to home consoles and portable devices aimed at more casual users. (We’ve even included the best retro console to date.) We’ve graded our selections based on hardware specs, game libraries, price, and special features like 3D or VR capabilities, among other factors.

 Nintendo Wii console

Nintendo Switch – Neon Red and Neon Blue Joy-Con


Xbox One S All-Digital Edition | Xbox

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