ProsOriginally Posted by UKResist
-Controller brings new style of gameplay to the table. Its simple and fun. If you enjoy simple and fun.
-Its main console is cheap, easy to assemble and a child could even figure out how to use it.
-Its happy and cheerful, light weight and definately has style.
-Can work with portable gaming system DS.
-Channel system that adds to its firmware.
-Miis are cute user made dolls which can be used in some games.
-The conroller prices are expensive when you have to get another remote+numchuck. The little accessories make up for the low console price.
-Worst graphical capabilities out of the others. Least advanced hardware short of the controller technology.
-Game selection leans more towards the rated G target audience.
-A large tv is usually a must due to the nature of the remote.
-A solid game selection.
-Good online setup
-functions very well as a dvd player
-will have a newly added tivo function
-good hardware (gpu, cpu, hard drive)
-Price is good for the hardware inside.
-Xbox live cost money
-Supports HD but does not have an HD drive.
(a pretty solid system, nothing really new to offer, but also nothing really bad about it)
-The best and most expensive hardware setup of all the systems.
-Blue ray player and reader (blue ray holds up to 50 gigabytes per disc)
-Controller with basic motion sensoring, will have an added rumble feature later.
-Best Firmware out of all systems.
-Runs linux and has a large large mod community. Home brew, games, apps. Downloadable user made software.
-Runs like a computer. Feels like an open sourse console.
-Pleny of third party controllers and technology made for it.
-Works with PSP hand held gaming system.
-Potential for the greatest online setup.
-PRICE. the most expensive system on the market.
-Lack of great game selection, though depends on the user.
-Is fairly complicated for the average user.
- requires a nice tv to really enjoy.