The next generation appears to be looming large and after five years of the PlayStation 3, where would you say it ranks on the all-time list?
wow my list goes like this : 1.Playstation 2 2.SNES 3.Playstation 3 4.Playstation / Gamecube
Wii = NES 360 = Sega Genesis in terms of popularity in the West PS3 = SNES in terms of hardware power, quality award winning games and of course the introduction of 3D. But my favorite among all consoles is first High Definition console - the Mega Drive Genesis! its where I was born. Classic Game Room baby! http://www.youtube.com/watc...
1) SNES 2) PS2 3) PS1 4) Sega Saturn 5) PS3
nintendo's consoles dont break
1 Dreamcast 2 Xbox 360 3 N64 4 Xbox 5 SNES / Genesis all IMO.
You excluded all the greats in your opinion XD
I don't understand how someone can have a list of the best consoles and not have the PS2. Also, how do you tie the SNES and the genesis? That's like almost blasphemy.
I sold my PSX, because i disliked the controller. That is why I never jumped into the PS2 and not in the PS3 either. Genesis was my first console, but liked the SNES as well. So a tie for me.
1. NES 2. SNES 3. 360 4. PS2 5. PS3 That's my top 5. The Dreamcast was cool, but the lifecycle and library were just too small to be considered in my top 5.
Wherever it would be on that list is fine as long as its above the Xbox 360. 1.PS2 2.PS1 3.SNES 4.PS3 5.N64 (off the top of my head)
I'd personally probably swap of the SNES for the Saturn and the N64 for the SNES but I wouldn't argue with your initial choices. The PS2 epoch as far as I'm concerned is the golden age of gaming.
Games make the console and the ps sure has a lot of old and new ips so it should list...where on that list is down to each individual. If i was 9 or 10 when the ps3 or 360 was released they would be cemented at the top just because everything feels better when youre those ages.
PS1, then comes the rest.
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