Console games are interactive images projected generated by a video game console and usually projected in a televison or similar audio-video devices. The game itself is usually controlled and manipulated using a handheld device connected to the console called a controller.
Console games generally each contain different gameplay, objectives, goals, control-schemes, characters, and other features. Each game is usually contained on a specifically designed multimedia disks or through Cloud , which are generally sold separately from the console and each other. In order to play the specific game, you need the specific console for which it was designed. For example, in order to play Halo 4, you need to use an Xbox 360.