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The Bandai WonderSwan: The Japanese Powerhouse
The Original Bandai WonderSwan I
remember back in the late 90’s, reading an article in the Electronic Gaming
Monthly (EGM) magazine about a Japanese handheld being developed by Gunpei
Yokoi – who’s the father of the Nintendo Game Boy. Gunpei left Nintendo a...

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Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising game review for the Game Boy Advance
Box art for the game This
game for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance was released back in 2003. When it came
to store shelves, I bought it right away knowing that it’s a Nintendo
turn-based strategy game and I knew that this will be a quality game...
Nintendo a...

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My Personal Favorite: The Nintendo GameBoy Advance SP Model AGS-101
My GBA SP AGS-101 with the brighter screen Let
me start off by saying that this particular model of the GBA is the BEST way to
play all kinds of GameBoy games in existence – even the old black and white,
and the color cartridges. It will play the best GBA g...

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How-to Guide on Replacing Worn Out Game Boy Advance Cartridge Battery
I will cover in this post, a how-to guide in changing the
batteries in a Game Boy Advance game cartridge. Because, Game Boy advance
cartridges, – and this applies to prior versions of Game Boy cartridges too –
some of them have batteries inside that enable ...

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GameBoy in color... The Nintendo GameBoy Color
The Nintendo Game Boy Color Another one of my childhood favorites, the Nintendo GameBoy
Color. It is a pretty good gaming handheld with a faster 8-bit processor and
more importantly, a color screen. I have to say, it’s a huge step up from the
“pea green sou...

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The iconic king of gaming handhelds, the original Nintendo Game Boy
The original Nintendo Game Boy Ah, the original Nintendo Game Boy… The first in the line of
Game Boy handheld video game systems released by Nintendo. It’s basically the
granddaddy of the handheld gaming world. When it was first released on 1989, it
was bun...
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