I was looking at some best picks console reviews http://www.bestadvisor.com/handheld-game-consoles and was surprised by what I've actually read. Want to see this poll results. Comment below your suggestions
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I think, as of right now, the PS3 is superior to the PS4, mainly because of its gaming library. But Sony's decision for the Cell processor was a big misstep. Remember how lots of 3rd party games had so many problems with the architecture of the PS3 and with the fact that the memory was splitted into 256/256?
I like the PS4 because it's a more powerful and easier to use console than the PS3, but it can't compete with its predecessor right now when it comes to games.
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PS3 - Free online. Huge ton of games. It's been five years, and still some of the best PS4 games are Last of Us, GTA V, and Skyrim Remastered. Which were on PS3. Plus the launch model (which I have and still going strong) is backwards compatible with PS1 and PS2 games.
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After a rocky start the PS3 definitely caught up and possibly took over the 360 last gen. The library of different games is what got me drawn in to the PS3 I still play it to this day mostly for the motorstorm series. The pad got a lot of poor feedback which I feel was unwarranted.
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Best how? By processing ability and graphics ability? PS4 wins there.
But the system with the most games you want to play, that's truly the best one.
Don't go by 'power' when buying a console, go by the games out for it. You can have amazing graphics, but if the games aren't fun, it all means nothing. The games are what count.
Look at the games. Ignore the system.
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From the list above, PS3, PS4, PSP, Switch
I still play the PS3 and considering it has more games than the PS4, i have to give that one the thumbs up. Don't get me wrong, i love the PS4, but i always feel like each gen has less games to offer. If PS2 was included, that console would most likely beat the PS3 as i played it a lot and had so many wonderful memories with it.
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PS4 is much likely the most likeable one in above mentioned options. But if you want to enjoy and improve the gaming experience playing them anywhere then you must buy the playstation network card. With a PlayStation Network card,you are free to purchase PlayStation content from the PlayStation Store,a range of items within PlayStation Home and even songs from the SingStore. Here I found where you can buy playstation network card under 50 USD http://www.scdkey.com/play-station-network-50-usd_2392-20.html
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