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 There are several different consoles out there to choose from. I only play on Nintendo systems and the PC. It's much  harder to find good games on the other systems. I'll give info on what I know, and provide links to other websites about the consoles.
 The Nintendo Gamecube was released in 2001. It's not exactly a powerhouse system, but many memorable games were released on it. If you want something cheap, good quality, small and fun, buy this.
 The Nintendo DS is a wildly popular system. With Dual Screens and touch sensitive screen, it has sold over 65 million units. It's got loads of cool games, and several have Wi-Fi capabilities. Since it's portable, you can easily take it with you on the go. I recommend this for on-the-go gamers. It's small enough to fit in a large pocket.
 The Nintendo Wii was released in 2006 and was a significant upgrade from the Gamecube. It's pretty small for a home console, even smaller than the Gamecube. The Wii's size is the same has three DVD cases stacked together. The remote is wireless and uses motion-detection technology. So when you bowl, you actually go through the motions of bowling! Though it's only been out for about two years, it already has an impressive library of games. It also includes built-in Parental Controls, a bonus for concerned parents. It is backwards-compatable with the Gamecube, which means you can play Gamecube games on the Wii. I recommend this to about anyone. The only con is that it's so hard to find, so when you see one, grab it!
 I admit I don't know much about Playstation systems. I've never played on one actually. My main reason is because they have a lot less Christian-friendly games. I do know they have much better graphics than the Nintendo systems and support Blu-Ray. I'm sure they do have good games for their systems; you just have to look for them. Here's some links to some websites with PS info:
 I've never picked up a Xbox controller either. I never have for the same reasons why I've never touched a PS3. However, I'm sure you can find good games for this system. I think it's supposed to have the best graphics for any system, though I'm not sure. I do know that it supports HD and can play movies.
 The Personal Computer, or PC, is a very common household item. You can play a large variety of games on them, from flight simulators to casual games like Diner Dash. The casual game market is huge, and predominately associated with the PC. PCs can run anywhere from a few hundred bucks to a several thousand dollars. Of course, you can do much more than play games on them.
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