When you’re shopping for gaming systems for your kids, you want to make sure they’re appropriate for their age and meet their needs. Whether your kids are younger and this is their first console or you have teens who are seasoned pros, we found gaming systems that’ll suit them. We found one that you can take on trains, planes and automobiles.
If you’re the type of person who prefers to get not the latest gaming system, but the version before that, then you will definitely find what you’re looking for on our list. We’ve also included a popular pick that both adults and kids love. Everything you need is included in this console sets, including the necessary controllers and plug-in sets. All you need to get is the games, a few extra controllers and some noise-canceling headphones (so you don’t have to hear sounds from the games constantly).
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1. Nintendo Switch
This revamp of an old favorite system has swept the nation with its adaptable design. The ability to connect the console to the TV or to play it hand-held with multiple players makes this gaming system the most adaptable.
2. Xbox One S 1TB Console
You’ll be able to access and play more than 2,200 games on this gaming console, which means your kids will never get bored. But don’t worry, you can also limit how long your kids will play it for. You can also use it to play for favorite streaming services. This bundle comes with a console, a wireless controller, an HDMI cable, AC Power cable, one-month Xbox Game Pass trial and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial.
3. PlayStation 4 1TB Console with The Last of Us Remastered Game Bundle
Instead of buying a brand new system, you can get a mostly new one. It’s been inspected and tested so you know it’s good quality. With this set, you get the console, one dual-shock controller and a game, which is meant for older teens. Your kids will love challenging their friends in real-time and share when they have a big victory.