Nintendo Switch – How it works
As a gaming experience, the Nintendo Switch is entirely unique. Built to be flexible, you can play it as a traditional console on a TV, enjoy interactive multiplayer fun with friends and take it on-the-go as a handheld device. The Joy-Con controllers work as part of a traditional controller, or as separate multiplayer controllers, and as the controls when you take the Nintendo Switch on-the-go.
Nintendo Switch – All you need to know
Dock the Nintendo Switch and connect to your TV for HD gaming.Handheld Mode
Remove the Nintendo Switch Console and attach the Joy-Con controllers to enjoy handheld portability. In handheld mode a single charge can last between 3 and 6 hours, depending on what you're playing.Tabletop Mode
Flip the stand, share the screen and grab a Joy-Con with a friend for multiplayer fun.
The Joy-Cons can be used as a traditional controller, as two controllers, as handhelds, as part of a driving wheel and more, giving you ultimate versatility when you play. Each controller has an analogue stick and a D-Pad.Nintendo Switch Storage
32GB (Expandable with a memory card.)Nintendo Switch Online
With the Switch you can play locally with friends, or online, and it's possible to link up to eight consoles. A paid online service for Nintendo Switch is launching late 2017, and online will be free until then. This is expected to include online lobby and voice chat, exclusive deals and classic game downloads.
Even with the release of the Switch, Nintendo are still committed to releasing games for the handheld 2DS and 3DS, which offers purely on-the-go gaming.Shop Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS games
The Nintendo DS has a wide roster of unique games, including the immensely popular Pokemon franchise, as well as a host of other Nintendo classics.Shop all Nintendo DS games
Why choose the PS4 Pro?
The PS4 Pro is the most powerful console on market at the moment and the only one that lets you game in 4K. It has double the power of the original PS4, and with 1TB storage it has twice the capacity too. So if you're after high performance and incredible visuals, the PS4 Pro is the console for you.Shop PS4 Pro
Why choose the PS4 Slim?
The PS4 Slim has the same specs as the original PS4. Where the Slim differs is in its thinner and sleeker design. If you don't already have a PS4, the Slim is a great option, but if you're looking for an upgrade in performance, choose the PS4 Pro.Shop PS4 Slim
PlayStation VR brings virtual reality gaming to the mainstream. Immerse yourself with a VR headset featuring 360 degree vision, 3D audio and a built-in microphone, letting you truly live the game. You'll need to get a PlayStation Camera, and for the full experience, Move Controllers and VR capable games too.Shop PlayStation VR
PS4 – All you need to know
Featuring the classic PlayStation X, circle, square and triangle buttons, as well as an updated D-pad and parallel analogue sticks, the Dualshock 4 is a blend of familiarity and new features. It has a touchpad and a built-in speaker, as well as a new share button for recording gameplay. It's wireless and charges by USB, meaning you don't have to rely on batteries.PS4 Storage
500GB for the PS4 Slim, 1TB for the PS4 Pro.
PlayStation offer both free and subscription online services. You can download entertainment apps Youtube, Spotify and Netflix for free, as well as access the PlayStation store and social features. Upgrading to a PlayStation Plus subscription gives you access to selected free games, exclusive offers, and online multiplayer.Entertainment
You can access plenty of entertainment apps on your PS4. It can also play Blu-rays and DVDs.Backwards Compatibility
PS3, PS2 and PS1 discs won't work on the PS4, but the PlayStation Now service means you can pay to play a selection of classic games.
the Xbox One S?
The Xbox One S is 40% smaller in size than the original and offers up to 2TB of storage. With HDR it offers rich and bright colours, but where it really shines is in the entertainment features, as it lets you enjoy 4K streaming and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.Shop Xbox One S
What is Xbox One X?
Arriving late 2017, Xbox One X is going to be the most powerful console ever. It'll be the first Xbox to run Xbox One games in true 4K, and feature high end virtual reality and the highest performance a console has ever seen.View Xbox One X
Xbox One S – All you need to know
Featuring the traditional Xbox A, B, X and Y layout, the Xbox One controller has offset analogue sticks and an improved responsive D-pad. It's battery powered, but wireless options are available, and features new impulse triggers, which provide vibration feedback during gameplay.Xbox One S Storage
500GB or 1TB.
There are two levels of online membership: free and gold. The free option lets you preview games, create an online profile, use some social features and use entertainment apps. Xbox Live Gold subscribers can use full online services like online multiplayer.Entertainment
The Xbox One entertainment centre lets you enjoy loads of TV, music, movie and sport apps, all in one place. It's easy to switch between apps and you can even enjoy an app and play a game side-by-side. It can also play DVDs and 4K Blu-rays.Backwards Compatibility
The Xbox One does feature backwards compatibility, letting you play selected Xbox 360 games on the new machine.