This is more difficult than I thought. I think Xbox 360 and PS3 had the richest libraries for sure, but both did things that soured my experience. It's the generation where gaming regressed to me from an obsession to a side hobby.
MegaDrive was my first ever console and I loved it. But between the MSX (my first gaming system) and PS1... it's easily the system that I think about the least. PS1 was in a sense a better successor to the MSX (which was like the home computer equivalent of NES) so perhaps in addition to being blown away by its 3Dness and great games, it felt like a return to home! Metal Gear, Gradius, Konami vibes, Zanac, etc. Still... a great console.
GameCube and PSP are the oldest systems I still own. I sold, gave away, or threw away (PS360 lol) all my systems... but for some strange reason I just can't let go of these two even though I didn't game on them all that much. I wonder why.
I have no attachment to Dreamcast at all, can't relate to the hype. Owned and played a lot of games on it but the emotion that stuck with me is from the fucking hardware failure where it randomly resets. GOD I HATED THAT LOGO!! I sold it and my PS1 for the mighty PS2 and never looked back.
OG Xbox was cool. High tech, a decent number of great games, that's about it. Didn't own a N64, but the little I experienced was amazing. Never played a single Saturn game, never saw the console in person either.
Therefore... I'll refrain from voting!
Edit: Wii U = Saturn 2.0
Last edited by Kyuu - on 06 September 2022