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Promoted item:New Open Box Sony PlayStation 4 PS4 500GB Jet Black Console Gaming System

New Open Box Sony PlayStation 4 PS4 500GB Jet Black Console Gaming System

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About Consoles

In today's home video game market, there are three competing game consoles: the PlayStation 2, the GameCube, and the Xbox. While each has its merits (and demerits), each system has its adherents. Ultimately, it may simply come down to personal preference (although many people own more than one, or even all three).All three units were released at approximately the same time, in late 2001. Anticipation ran high for all three, but probably the most acute anticipation was for the Sony PlayStation 2. The PS2 would be backwards compatible with the PlayStation, meaning that it could play the old games (and is the only of the three consoles with this capability). Initially, this was important, since a new console previously meant buying all new games.Nintendo's GameCube was also eagerly anticipated. Nintendo had a strong record of consoles, starting with the Nintendo Entertainment System in the '80s, through the Super NES, and the Nintendo 64. Of the three, the GameCube is the most compact, and the discs are the smallest. As such, the GameCube is the only of the three without DVD-video playback possibilities. Still, the graphics on the GameCube are stellar, and the smaller discs still hold a surprising amount of data (about 1.5 GB).Of the three, the Xbox was the wildcard. Microsoft, the maker of the Xbox, had not previously made a video game console. In fact, Microsoft didn't make hardware at all. Gamers, initially wary of the Xbox, were soon won over by the superior graphics (almost inarguably the best of the three). The Xbox also comes with a built-in eight GB hard drive, which speeds up the gameplay considerably. The knock against the Xbox is its size (and, to a lesser extent, the design of the controllers).