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Console Reviews

Consoles are changing. While a new console generation usually emerges every five to seven years, they now occur every few years with generally fewer sweeping changes. However, the industry is no less interesting. The Sony PS4, Microsoft Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch are the most capable consoles to be released yet, each with its own unique set of advantages, disadvantages, unique features, and exclusive games. These consoles are frequently changing, but you can chart their growth with our coverage.

The Astro City Mini is an awesome blast through Sega’s arcade past

And it’s coming to the US this week


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PlayStation 5 review: a big, confident step into next gen

Super Nintendo Classic Edition review: the perfect way to play 16-bit classics


Nintendo Switch review: pure potential

Nintendo's best hardware ever, but many questions remain unanswered

Up close with Nintendo's adorable Famicom Classic Mini

Japan’s original NES gets a classic version, too


PlayStation 4 Pro review: 4K gaming is here

Xbox One S review: Great console, bad timing

The best portable game console you can buy

New Nintendo 3DS review

The first iOS 7 game controllers: Logitech PowerShell and Moga Ace Power review

Xbox One review

Sony PlayStation 4 review

PS Vita review (2013)