The Different Gaming Consoles
There are a variety of gaming consoles that are on the market right now. There is the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and the Nintendo Switch (not counting PC gamers, just consoles). For me I personally own the Xbox One S and the Switch. I haven't been a big fan of the PlayStation user interface since the PlayStation 3 came out but, all are great consoles. They offer their own interfaces and layouts and are favored by certain communities making them a stretch across a wide variety of users. The high personalization you can do to the consoles as well has been favored from third-party producers. Skins have been made to wrap around the console or you can buy certain bundled consoles with a certain game that has it's own personalized casing featured from the game.
Gaming Systems - Consoles
Gaming consoles are a must have for some teenagers and children. Children are able to get games on their phone for free or pay for a more top end game that people will get more serious in playing. A major introduction since the mid-2000s has been the online gaming community. This has changed the way gamers have previously interacted. A player can connect online to not just talk, but compete, rank and level up against other players in that community. Some of the more known online communities are Halo, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG, Overwatch, and FIFA. These first-person and third-person shooters have redesigned gaming communities and have been a must have for new games being introduced into the market. This has helped create online relationships with players across the world.