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Nintendo Game Boy Player Review

4 July 2003
  • Conclusion: If you have a GameCube but no intentions of gaming on the go, then we have no hesitation in recommending the Game Boy Player. At $50 US ($70 CDN), it is half the price of the portable unit and will let you play it all from the comfort of your couch. The only drawback you'll face is that you won't be able to experience any of the GBA and GameCube connectivity features that Nintendo is working so hard to promote (since you can't run both GBA and GC games while the GBP is...
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Overall 9
Value for money 10
Comfort 9
Overall quality 10
Construction 10
Appearance 9

Game Boy Player

Nintendo World Report
1 April 2003
  • Summary: Game Boy Advance emulation is for wimps.
  • Pros: Bright, crisp graphics, Built-in memory saves preferences., Compatible with all Game Boy games, Game Boy on your TV!, Low price point
  • Cons: Adds height to the GameCube, Color selection for the U.S. is questionable., Games with a tilt pack, rumble pack, etc. may not play well., GC-GBA linking with the GBP requires two GameCubes., Incompatible with the Panasonic Q, No custom button mapping
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