Tag Archives: Reminiscing Peripherals

Reminiscing peripherals: Super Game Boy

Serving as a precursor to the Game Boy Player, the Super Game Boy sold for $60 in 1994. Appearing like a tall SNES cartridge, the attachment could playback Game Boy games with a limited color pallet. Yet another useful Nintendo

The NES that never was…
A look at the “Home Computer” Nintendo ALMOST released in North America

In the summer of 1983, the original Famicom was unleashed on the Japanese market – a small, affordable home computer system with just three launch titles: Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong 2, and Popeye – each nearly dead ringers for their

Reminiscing peripherals: The Game Boy Player

Did you own a Game Boy Player? I don’t, but I wish I did. So much that I’m thinking of picking one up, especially if the much-desired Virtual Handheld service never comes to fruition. As a non-owner, answer me this,