Video Game System Reviews

Sony PlayStation 4 Slim review

The PlayStation 4 Slim is the default choice for anyone who doesn’t have a PS4.
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Xbox One X review: Still the most powerful console

Xbox One X is the most powerful console, but should you get it?
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Sony PlayStation 4 Pro review: The default choice

The PS4 Pro is close to a PC in both its options and problems.

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition review: No-Disc Dystopia

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition removes the disc drive and lowers the cost as a result, but the money you save now isn’t worthwhile in the long run.

PlayStation Classic review

The PS1 era was home to many great games that are worth revisiting. Unfortunately, the PlayStation Classic is a collectible that capitalizes on the cute mini aesthetic but falls short everywhere else.
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SNES Classic Edition review

It’s already going for hundreds of dollars on eBay, and it’s not even out yet. Can Nintendo’s coveted 16-bit emulation box live up to the hype? Find out in our SNES Classic Edition review.
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New Nintendo 3DS XL review

The New Nintendo 3DS handheld is a great step forward, fixing or adding a few key features, but it’s largely unnecessary right now, and it’s held back by some baffling business decisions.

Sony PlayStation 4 review

After nearly a year of buildup and hype, Sony’s next-generation console is finally here. Or at least it is mostly here, and leaves an IOU for more to come.

Ouya Review

The Ouya has become the darling of the gaming community thanks to its crowdfunding approach and open door policy to developers, not to mention the low $99 price tag. But is it worth it?

Nintendo Wii U review

Delivering graphics on par with the Xbox 360 and PS3, can Nintendo's successor to the Wii succeed based solely on the promise of its unique GamePad?
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