Which Console is Right for You?
Xbox 360 The Xbox 360 is for hardcore gamers. With up to 250GB of storage, youâ€™ll have plenty of room. The Xbox supports High Definition format and has built-in WiFi. Xbox has offered several special edition consoles based on highly anticipated games. Some past special edition consoles include the Gears of War 3 console, the Halo Reach console, and the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 console. You can also get the Xbox Kinect for your system which uses the playerâ€™s body as the controller. The Kinect gets users active. You can also sign up for Xbox Live which allows online multiplayer gaming. Other Features: Netflix, Hulu Plus, Zune, YouTube, ESPN Price: $150-$300 ($400 for special editions)
Playstation 3 The Playstation 3 is another serious gaming console. The PS3 holds up to 320GB. One of the main features of the console is that it supports Blu-Rays and High Definition. The PS3 now also supports 3D. It also has built-in WiFi and the Playstation Network for online playing. The Playstation Network, unlike Xbox Live, is free to use. Players can also buy the Playstation Move which has a motion sensored controller similar to the Wiiâ€™s. Other Features: Netflix, Hulu Plus, CinemaNow, Music Unlimited Price: $250-$400
Wii The Nintendo Wii is more of a family and party oriented console. The console only holds up to 512MB but you can buy a larger SD card. The special feature of the Wii is its wireless motion controllers giving users complete control with the motion of their hands. The Wii also has built-in WiFi and allows online multiplayer for free. With the Wii, you can play classic titles such as Mario and the Legend of Zelda. Other Features: Netflix, Virtual Console Price: $150-$250
Published on Nov 14, 2011
Choosing a video game console can be difficult but in this document I list the prices and other features to aid you in your decision.