Nintendo Switch


Nintendo's home console that can be turned into a portable device by removing it from its TV-dock. Launched worldwide on March 3, 2017.

Fuze Tomahawk F1


The Android-based Tomahawk F1 is built on Android and is aimed directly at the Chinese market.

Apple TV


The fourth-generation Apple TV adds an App Store, opening up the availability of third-party apps and games to a wider degree. The remote also has motion capabilities, opening it up as a game device.

New Nintendo 3DS


Nintendo's "New 3DS" adds some additional control functionality and horsepower, allowing for some games that can only run on the new hardware, not on Nintendo's original 3DS.

Amazon Fire TV


Amazon is getting into the set-top box game with an Android-based device that launched alongside an optional game controller.

Xbox One


The Xbox One is Microsoft's third video game console. It was released on November 22nd 2013 in 13 countries.

PlayStation 4


PlayStation 4 is Sony's fourth home video game console, released on November 15, 2013 in North America, and November 29, 2013 in Europe. On November 10 2016, Sony released the Playstation 4 Pro, an updated version of the console targeting 4...



The Ouya is an Android-based device that hooks up to TVs and plays video games.

Wii U


The Nintendo Wii U, the follow-up to the monstrously popular Nintendo Wii console, launched in North America on November 18th 2012.

PlayStation Vita


PlayStation Vita is Sony's second handheld gaming device.