The latest consoles were the Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, and the Nintendo Wii. From
the point of sales, Nintendo seems to have won, but it doesn't have the same kind of power that the other two systems have. The Wii has good technology, but is focused more on revolutionizing the way people play games. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 focus more on putting in the best technology possible. Now that both systems have been out for at least a year, there have been several changes not only in what models of their system they offer, but in prices as well.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 was released a year before the PlayStation 3, in the fall of 2005, and came in two models. They had the model they called the Xbox 360 Core and the Xbox 360 Pro. The only real difference between them is that the core system model came with a wired controller and no hard drive. If I play one game, the most important thing for me is the storyline. The story must keep me interested and make me want to play. If the story doesn't have something, then there's no real motive to play. An interesting story is what gets me coming back for more. There has to be a purpose to the game, whether it's a money reward, new weapons or unveiling a new level. The story is what has the most effect on a viewer; an original plot with a few twists and some dramatic moments usually does it for me. I hope all this video game companies would pay more attention to the plot in competing video game console