Latest Video Game System Reviews

iiRcade review: A high-quality home arcade system that’s still growing

Arcade machine's ability to download multiple games makes it stand out.
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Xbox Series S review: Impressive but not worth it in the long run

The limitations of the Series S will become more apparent the longer you use it
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Sony PlayStation 5 review: Showcasing the next-gen’s potential

Lightning-fast load times and innovative controller improvements are a breakthrough.
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Microsoft Xbox Series X review: A sports car with no gas

Lack of must-have games at launch stalls Microsoft’s momentum.
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Nintendo Switch review: The must-have console

The Nintendo Switch is the most inventive gaming device in recent memory.
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TurboGrafx-16 Mini Review: Hardcore retro joy for everyone

The TurboGrafx-16 Mini is a great retro gaming console. Just beware. Some games are a serious challenge.
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Nintendo Switch Lite review

Light, comfortable, and boasting better battery life than the original, Nintendo’s Switch Lite is a winner.
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Xbox One S All-Digital Edition review: No-Disc Dystopia

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition removes the disc drive and lowers the cost as a result, but the money you save now isn’t worthwhile in the long run.
Xbox One S All-Digital Edition review

PlayStation Classic review

The PS1 era was home to many great games that are worth revisiting. Unfortunately, the PlayStation Classic is a collectible that capitalizes on the cute mini aesthetic but falls short everywhere else.
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SNES Classic Edition review

It’s already going for hundreds of dollars on eBay, and it’s not even out yet. Can Nintendo’s coveted 16-bit emulation box live up to the hype? Find out in our SNES Classic Edition review.
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