One of the most important design aspects of a handheld gaming system is how comfortable it is to hold, and here's how we rank each one in that regard.
Tristan Jurkovich began his career as a journalist in 2011. His childhood love of video games and writing fuel his passion for archiving this great medium’s history. He dabbles in every genre, but he’s particularly fond of RPGs and portable consoles. Aside from writing, Tristan also produces a plethora of videos on his YouTube Channel, ReActionExaminer. Check it out!
Articles by Tristan Jurkovich
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