A new generation of ‘I wanted to do something’ video game consoles are set to come out, but many people aren’t yet convinced they are worth the money they cost.
The new consoles, called ‘VHS tape’, come in different sizes and will be sold by various retailers and online retailers.
The first console, the Sony Playstation 2, is set to launch on November 1.
The Sony PlayStation 3 will be released in March 2017.
Nintendo’s Wii U will launch in November 2018.
The Microsoft Xbox One, which is due to launch in the spring, will be available in March 2019.
Apple’s upcoming iPhone X is due out in early 2019.
The Sony Playstation 4 is due for release in October 2020.
Microsoft’s Xbox One S, which has been on sale for the past year, is due in late 2019.
Nintendo’s upcoming NX console, which was due to be announced this year, will also be released later this year.
Nintendo’s next-generation Wii U console will be announced at E3 in May 2019.
Sony’s PlayStation TV is due later this summer.
Nintendo and Microsoft have also promised to launch a range of Nintendo and Microsoft Xbox 360 games in 2019.
Apple has also said it will be releasing a new version of its iPhone, which will be compatible with the PlayStation VR headset, at the same time.
The Playstation 4, which costs $500, is expected to be released this year and the Xbox One is set for a 2019 release.
Sony and Microsoft also announced that they are working on a range, called “VHS Tape”, that will be similar to the VHS tape that was used on VHS tapes in the 90s.
It will be manufactured in a new plant in the UK, but it is expected that it will eventually be available across the world.
Sony is also planning to use the technology for its PlayStation 4 gaming console.
Microsoft has also announced a new range of “VVR” gaming consoles that will cost £100, £100 cheaper than the current model.