I basically use my PC and my Android tablet to play, with a bit of 3DS on the side every few months when something I want to play is released.
I used to purchase everything Nintendo; I have stashed away a NES, a SNES, N64, Wii, GBA, and DS. But as consoles became more like actual computers, I found myself getting more and more frustrated with them; a computer I can't tweak and mess with isn't a device I want to have at home. Thanks to that, and to how many previously console exclusive franchises are now being released for PC, I kinda abandoned non-mobile console gaming, and even my mobile console (3DS) is seeing far less gaming use than my Android tablet.
I own a Wii and a PS3 (that rhymes!) and I've definitely used the latter more than the former. Like many others, I'm not too keen about upgrading to PS4 due to the lack of appealing games, though that could totally change with time. Lately, most of my attention goes to my andrioid due to how much cheaper those games/apps are and the transportibility.
I have all handhelds. My parents are split up and I go see my dad at the weekends, so it made it easier to have a handheld console so I could play my games anywhere. My dad has a PS3 and I keep trying to play Disgaea 3 on it, but I'm just not there enough! Also, we only have one TV in the house, so I don't like to hog it with playing games. I have a Gameboy Advance (I don't use it anymore, I don't really have any games for it anyway), a Nintendo DS (my third one - I still have both its broken predecessors, though), a Nintendo 3DS, and a PSP. I think my favourite is my 3DS - it's certainly my most reliable console!
I selected "Other" because I don't have any of the "current gen" consoles and still don't have any reason to. I have a PS3, Wii, and XBox 360. Along with some older consoles that you obviously won't care about! But yeah I don't really see a need to upgrade. There's a lot of games I'd like but I can't justify buying any console for just a few games.
I ticked ps4. Also have a psp and an xbox 360 but haven't played either of them in ages (the xbox actually being broken) other than occasionally picking up the psp to play FFT.
That said, upgrading to this generation of consoles is something that in hindsight I sort of regret, it's great for navigating netflix and other apps on the television, but the fact remains that to this day more than 80% of the games available are mere 'definitive editions' of last gen games with allegedly prettier graphics, so my actual game library for it is really small at like, five games. Seeing as how it looks like MS and Sony are into halving their products lifespan for the prospect of more money it doesn't look like I'll be picking up a new console from either one anytime soon; as of right now I'm thinking ps4 will be my last console. Just seems not worth it anymore, all things considered.
I've got all consoles except for Xbox One. There's just nothing exclusive on it that I want bad enough to justify.
Playstation 4 for me all the way. Wii U I played for Xenoblade Chronicles X (and oh my god that game took me forever to play! I think that was the longest game I ever played!). I'll typically buy whatever system has the new Xeno game on it and these days it's been Nintendo!
Would a 3DS or Vita be powerful enough to handle anything on the level MV can do? As much as the idea of playing on a console with a controller is appealing, playing RM games as they are now on a giant TV feels like a little overkill. Deploying on a 3DS seems daunting though.