Depends on exactly what you want, but for a very reasonable price point I'd suggest looking at either a Nintendo Wii for a home console, or a Sony PSP (original) as a portable.. They each have their quirks, but their overall experiences are more than adequate.
I dare say the SNES Classic can be jailbroken to play more games, but then, there's other options out there if you wanted to do that.. :sneaky:
I have neither, I use my hacked Wii as a retro games console..
I've signed up to Lifespot - I'm not a stickler for these kind of things, as long as we each roughly post a similar amount.
I may not have much time to start posting until later this afternoon/evening.
They were a generation behind, really. The Wii was primarily a standard definition console..
Other than the usual Mario and Zelda games, there weren't too many exclusives that kept me coming back for more either.
The Wii was enough to put me off from buying any future Nintendo consoles.. It looks to have been well-founded with the Wii U, but those who do own a Switch seem to rate it quite highly. My friend is continually trying to persuade me to pick one up..
The first console I owned was a Sega Master System II (closely followed by a NES - we got them the same Christmas). That'd have been around 1989 / 1990 I think.
The first games I played were probably Sonic The Hedgehog, Ms. Pac-man and Alex Kidd in Miracle World.
I've since owned the majority...
Meh, I dabbled with RuneScape on the PC and didn't really think much of it - not really my kind of game, never played Warcraft.
Fortnite on mobile? I thought it was just a console / PC game (again, never played it)?
Back when the Xbox 360 first introduced the system, I used to play some awful games just for easy achievements.. :oops:
I definitely try to stay clear from doing that now - my time is too precious to be spending it on games that I don't enjoy!
Already done, I just thought I'd suggest changing the default.. :)
If anything I find it discourages me because of the amount of emails generated by it, but respect it may be a personal preference (because I'm getting old and grumpy!).