Recent studies have shown that when it comes to video games, more people are opting for fun, simple and addicting games. There will always be serious gamers concerned with having a video game console that touts the highest resolution graphics with a hypersonic processor to deliver games that are lifelike and silky smooth. However, in these days when endless hours of entertainment comes from launching irate birds at unstable structures, all in simple cartoon-like graphics, perhaps it's time to take a short break from comparing the Xbox360, PlayStation 3 and Wii based only on hardware specifications, and take a look at the video games they have to offer, the reviews they receive from trusted sources, and the amount of games from which to choose.
Many players prefer the console that features a game which consistently receives the best video game reviews. Just on this aspect alone, all three systems have a devoted following ready to prove that the console they favor offers this as Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii each have multiple critically acclaimed games exclusively available for their system. For those who consider the best console to have the greatest amount of new video games released each month, the Wii would be the obvious choice as it's well known that game developers for this popular console continue to crank out games at a rapid pace. However, it's known that the quality of the content and graphics of many of Wii's games pale in comparison to the games released for either Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Of course, if somebody can't find the best system for their personal entertainment based on the games they want to play, they can always choose to judge by the consoles specs and maybe even find a useful well-rounded entertainment hub. Although Wii offers 5.1 surround sound, DVD and Blu-ray aren't supported, and music must be stored on a SD card. Xbox 360 has 5.1 surround sound, supports both DVD and Blu-ray while delivering 1080 HD video. Storing your growing music collection on Xbox 360's hard drive is easy. Out of the box, the PS3 has all of what Xbox 360 features, so any of those two consoles would be perfect for one's personal mecca of digital pastime.
Anyone who has the intention to own the best video game console out of the three recent, popular systems, has to take into consideration what they really desire in a console. One that simply offers the most video games released, one with titles that scored the highest video game reviews, or just take a break from comparing games and go with a system that has the most bells and whistles. Once they are aware of what they truly want, they'll indeed have the better console of the three.