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Looking to get a hand held console for a 5 year old, he can navigate phones and tablets and picks stuff up easily.

Any suggestions on a decent one with a good choice of suitable games? Help would be appreciated as I have no clue about all this stuff.

Thanks.

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48 minutes ago, Straight-Edge-Loyal said:

PS Vita or the Nintendo Switch are your best bets but games are varied depending on his interests mates. 

Thanks- was looking at the switch, will check out PS

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2 hours ago, LochendBilly said:

Looking to get a hand held console for a 5 year old, he can navigate phones and tablets and picks stuff up easily.

Any suggestions on a decent one with a good choice of suitable games? Help would be appreciated as I have no clue about all this stuff.

Thanks.

Nintendo Switch - in particular Super Mario Odyssey and Zelda look as if they’d be class ?? 

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1 hour ago, LochendBilly said:

Thanks- was looking at the switch, will check out PS

No worries at 5 he will probably prefer the Switch as it has more child friendly games on it but the PSVita is good too.

The Switch can be used as a proper tv console as well as has a lot of adult friendly party games as an added bonus though it will be more expensive. 

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The switch is good for weans mate got mines there's last Christmas and now there's a good amount of games out also can be plugged into their telly too to play like a normal console as well as being handheld. 

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Anything Nintendo I'd say. If you don't want to spend the money on a switch, buy the 2ds. Loads more games and a bit more sturdy for a 5 year old. I bought my 5 year old one then cracked it so I don't have to buy any games. 

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