Wii U- Not only has it got a fantastic library of games, I can also have access to the full Wii library and NES,SNES,N64,GBA and DS games. There is very good Indie support too. The gamepad is great for off tv play, and I also use it as a standalone tablet for internet browsing (having youtube on the telly whilst browsing VG Chartz on the gamepad is cool), Netflix, creating drawings via art academy etc. There is also a plethora of control options suited to any type of gamer, with Gamepad, pro-controller, Wiimote, nunchuck,and Gamecube controller. All software/system updates are downloaded in the background or the Wii U automatically activates a standby mode to pick up and install downloads when the console is not in use. It's also very user friendly with most external hard drives which has come very much in handy for me to add 2TB of memory. All in all its an efficient machine with a great software library and light years better than their last system, unfortunately it has only a fraction of the sales which is a damn shame.