Top 3 most underrated gaming consoles

Ron Rokhy

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1. Dreamcast

Sega’s slain Dreamcast, which met its end at the hands of the almighty Playstation 2 in the early 2000s, is clearly the most underrated system of all time. Complete with graphics that still stand strong today, online capability (through dial-up) and the last great game in the Sonic franchise, the Dreamcast was lightyears ahead of its time.

 

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2. PSP 

Basically a portable PS2, the PSP saw commercial death due to wonky controls and a forced attempt to push UMDs on the public. However, the portable system’s continuation of fabled Sony franchises such as Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy, along with its iPod-like capabilities and awesome graphics, made it a must-own at the time.

 

GameCube

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3. Game Cube

Nintendo’s least-selling major home console got plenty of flak for not having any notable third-party games, but the game company sure took care of its own. With classics like Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Mario Sunshine, Metroid Prime and The Wind Waker, it’s difficult to fathom how Nintendo’s army of mascots barely overtook newcomer Microsoft’s Xbox in last generation’s console wars.