Lower prices, new hardware options, plenty of game choices and game systems offering lots of features. The console war is heating up and each vendor wants your business. The time to buy a game console has never been better, so which game console is best for you and your family? Is it the Nintendo Wii, The Sony PlayStation 3 or the Xbox 360? We will try to help you make that decision with a few product reviews on the latest gaming consoles on the market.

We will attempt to highlight the strengths and the weaknesses of each console so we can hook you up with the best one suited for you and your family. There is no console that 우리카지노 will satisfy all your gaming needs, but our reviews will help you decide what gaming console will fit your personal needs.

The new Micrsoft Xbox 360 comes with a powerful 60GB hard drive, a composite and component cable, Xbox controller and Xbox headset. For the serious gamer, or muli-player you will need to also get an additional controller, a wireless network adapter, Xbox Live membership for online play and you will need to get 120GB hard drive if you plan to download games and movies from the internet.

The Xbox is by far the best console for online gaming as it does set the standard for what online gaming should be like. It has a diverse library of games available and some very good graphics. The Xbox controller works best with all types of action games, especially games that require shooting skills like Halo 3. The Xbox has some flaws that continue to get in the way of it being the top player. You have the dreaded “Red Ring of Death”, so if your system fails and needs service, it could be weeks for the replacement. As awesome as the online gaming experience is, the subscription fee of $60 a year can seem a bit excessive. There is no Wi-Fi network connection or Blu-ray support so therefore the Xbox 360 can not serve as your entertainment hub. The good news is any Xbox subscriber can now watch Netflix streaming movies on there console as long as they are members. That sweetens the $60 fee.