Platforms

Switch

2015-03-17

Previously known as the "NX," Nintendo's hybrid home console and portable gaming device will launch worldwide on March 3, 2017.

Fuze Tomahawk F1

2016-05-10

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

Apple TV

2015-09-09

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

2014-09-01

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

2014-04-02

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

Xbox One

2012-06-01

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

PlayStation 4

2012-06-01

PlayStation 4 is Sony's fourth home video game console, released on November 15, 2013 in North America, and November 29, 2013 in Europe.

Ouya

2013-03-28

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

Wii U

2011-04-25

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

PlayStation Vita

2011-01-24

PlayStation Vita is Sony's second handheld gaming device.