If you’re a lover of video games and are based in Nigeria (or even elsewhere), this page is for you. Here, you’ll learn some basic stuffs you probably didn’t know about video games, and, more importantly, get authentic details regarding prices of various gaming products in Nigeria, such as video game consoles and accessories.
I don’t know how old you are or when you started playing video games. But if you’re old enough, you probably witnessed the very first days of video games in Nigeria. I mean the days of “Mario games” and the likes of Family Comp. Then came the era of SNES and SEGA. Then came PS1, PS2, and later PS3. Now we have the PS4 and latest versions of XBox. Let’s not forget the mobile versions, too. We had the Game 2000 Brick Games, we had Nintendo Gameboy, and then the Playstation Portable (PSP).
Even if you weren’t privileged to catch the experience from the days of Family Comp, you sure would agree that game consoles have evolved gradually over the years and are now more real and sophisticated than ever. The experience can only improve and get more interesting.
Video Games in Nigeria: Any Benefits?
While most Nigerian “disciplinarian” parents are of the opinion that video games are addictive and can do as much damage as ruining your chances of becoming successful in life (true to a good extent, though), research has proven that they can provide multiple benefits when played in moderation. Here are some of the benefits:
- Video games improve your sense of ocoordination
- They improve your memory
- They enhance your problem-solving skills
- They improve your attention and concentration
- They improve your brain’s speed
- They help you to learn new things in a fun way
- They enhance your multitasking skills
- They improve your social skills
Prices of game consoles and accessories in Nigeria
Now, let’s look at the current prices of some gaming devices in Nigeria. Just click on any of the links below to get more information.
- PSP Prices in Nigeria (2018)
- Xbox 360 Prices in Nigeria (2018)
- Playstation 4 Prices in Nigeria (2018)