what is your favorite gaming console ?

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  1. shrek619 profile image60
    shrek619posted 10 years ago

    what is your favorite gaming console ?

    NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Playstation 2 or xbox 360 ?

  2. P. Kaevas profile image61
    P. Kaevasposted 10 years ago

    xbox 360 is the best of the ones you asked, but I think that gamecube is the best of alltime. The nintendo wii is the biggest disappointment to me.

  3. cherryb23 profile image61
    cherryb23posted 10 years ago

    I love my PS3 just because of the fact that we don't have to pay to go on the net and it doesn't have a 56% failure rate like XBox360 does and it also comes with blue-ray. I also like Nintendo DS because it's a on the go system.

  4. xboxps3wow profile image39
    xboxps3wowposted 10 years ago

    I LOVE my ps3! Its the best system I've ever tried and it can do SO much! For me its like this:
    5-11 = Wii
    12-16 = Xbox 360
    17+ = PS3
    PS3 is more than just a gaming console, its a very nice bluray player Internet browser and so much more!

  5. marcus1305 profile image56
    marcus1305posted 9 years ago

    the best is the xbox360
    the ps3 is ok but the xbox360 is still better
    the wii is for kid
    ps3 is gay
    and the other stations dont compare to the xbox360

  6. passthejelly profile image81
    passthejellyposted 9 years ago

    I have a PlayStation 3 and my Xbox360 got the evil eye twice, until I eventually sold it.  My PlayStation has been more reliable making it better in my opinion.

  7. drHirudo profile image60
    drHirudoposted 8 years ago

    Sony PlayStation 2 slim. Small, lightweight, easy to use, does not overheat, easy to install, decent games.

  8. Thefilmguy24 profile image66
    Thefilmguy24posted 7 years ago

    Back in the day when I was younger, I was a Nintendo fan all the way. I had the Nintendo, SNES with the Super Scope, Nintendo 64, Gameboy. I never had a Sega Genesis but had friends and cousins that had it so I didn't need one. But when the Xbox 360 came out, it was a whole-nother ball game. Graphics were better, online playability, DVD playback. Awesome console. Then when Blu-rays became the winner in the HD war, I decided to buy a Playstation 3 due to the fact that I didn't have to buy a Blu-ray player and a game console. The PS3 was already a Blu-ray player and a gaming console rolled into one. Then I bought Uncharted 1 & 2 bundle pack and popped it into the PS3...and boy was I amazed at the graphics the system can push out. I then bought the whole God of War series and played God of War 3 on my HDTV and was totally blown away. I love Nintendo and that they do have some great games that I still love ie...The Legend of Zelda, Killer Instinct, Super Mario games. I may have to wait for the Wii U to come out to finally jump back into Nintendo. Even with the Xbox 360 with it's Xbox Live which I think is a little better than Playstation's Network despite that you have to pay (which I still play), I think that my answer is Playstation 3 is my favorite system. But it also comes down to the games too. Some consoles only have console specific games like Uncharted and God of War with the PS3 and Halo and Gears of War for the Xbox 360.


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