PC Gaming

Playing Video Games With Consoles Vs Playing With Handheld Devices

Video games have always been one of the greatest inventions in entertainment. But there are now a variety of ways we can enjoy it. From consoles to portable devices, there’s simply no way to stop game developers to fulfill a player’s deepest desires anywhere in the world and in different ages. But what exactly is the difference in how we want to play these games, do we want something affordable or something more attractive. Some of those who play video games care much more about the graphics and some the game. Let’s start where it all started:

Video games are first made from a PC or personal computer, so that games where first available from floppy disks and can be copied from different computers. Then the consoles were invented which is a fixed device that allows the game to be seen by connecting to a television and played using a controller. Video games are now delivered in cartridges as programs are stored in chips.

Pocket video game players were also manufactured that came from black and white, then in color, video game companies also created their own version of pocket video game players requires cartridges for big games. When compact discs were used, new consoles were made to make use of this new storage technology that can store more data. This means better graphics and sound, which has made games more attractive and attractive with longer hours of play.

These are just some of the few factors that affect the player both young and old:


Older players tend to spend more time and money playing in consoles while really younger players prefer something simpler like playing in handheld devices like the portable Playstation or the Nintendo 3DS , because they have small hands and it is easy for them to function.


Being affordable is also a factor, those who are rich care much more about the quality of the game, while those who are on a tight budget would get everything they can play with to kill time or just for fun.


A handheld device allows you to play wherever you want and when you want, it is also improving the quality of the game as the technology develops. Consoles are only good at playing at home or a network of games, you can #39;t basically take it anywhere with you.

It really depends on how it works, how much time and budget it is. A player may also prefer both for those who are really addicted to playing video games where ver and when they have the opportunity.

Source by Victor John Lao