This is my list of current videogame systems and games that I own
and a brief description of what I think of the game. There is also
some game reviews too. Click the current system pictures for the games
My 27 inch RCA televison hooked up to Philips MAGNAVOX 5 speaker surround
system. The surround system is neat but the television is kinda a
nusanse since it did not have any inputs for hookup forcing me to
buy a RF Modulator and Video Selector switch box.
The Playstation 2 platform has one big advantage over the competition:
more quality games than the other two consoles combined. On top of
that, it doubles as a DVD player right out the box. It may not be
the newest or most powerful, but it certainly is a safe bet. This
is the system that is worth the money and is the most played.
The Xbox is the most versatile console around and perfectly complements
a high-end home theater. It has a built-in broadband adapter; 8GB
hard drive for music and saved-game storage and high-resolution display
support. The problem is that currently there are the least amount
of games for it. Since it is a microsoft product expect error messages
in 6 languages.
Nintendo thinks that good things should come in small packages, and
GameCube, about the size of a squat lunch box, certainly proves that
point. Unlike the PlayStation 2 and the Xbox, which aspire to be DVD
players and living-room minicomputers, this is exclusively a game
machine--and a fun, powerful one at that, offering games suited to
a broad audience.