Stadia is a novel democratizing cloud gaming service but it's half-completed and full of inconveniences.
The PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch is a great third-party alternative, but lack of rumble could be a dealbreaker for some.
PowerA's stylish line of Switch controllers feel great, and they're a fraction of the price of Nintendo's Pro Controller.
The AKRacing Masters Series Pro gaming chair delivers comfort and style — if you're handy with an Allen wrench.
The Analogue Super Nt is a celebration of the Super Nintendo, though a high price tag and some missing features make it more of a niche product.
The Xbox One X mostly lives up to the hype, delivering immersive gaming in 4K and UHD 4K Blu-ray support, but it still suffers from a lack of exclusive titles.
The SNES Classic Edition features a stellar game library at a great price, though it's bogged down by some hardware issues.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy plants the seeds for great characters to push the franchise forward, but it takes its time getting there and hasn't changed much from Uncharted 4.
While Tales of Berseria isn't quite as good as the series gets, once this game gets its daemonic claws into you, it's hard to put down.
The PlayStation 4 Pro offers 4K gaming and streaming, gorgeous HDR effects and a healthy game library with VR support.
The Vanguard's travel-ready design fills a unique niche in the gaming sphere, but it's pricey and not as good as a stand-alone monitor.
Combining the UI of a gaming console with the power of a PC, the Alienware Alpha is a force to be reckoned with.
The PlayStation Vita Slim sports a sleeker design, longer battery life and more games than the original, but the controls could be better.
The Xbox One’s highly personalizable interface, live TV integration and improved voice controls--not to mention stellar graphics--make it a game console for the next decade.
The Sony PS4’s overhauled interface, improved controller, fun social features and beefed up performance add up to a satisfying console at an affordable price.
The $79 PlayJam GameStick is an entertaining Android console for kids and casual gamers, but it needs more software to become a must-buy.
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