Excerpt: I still could remember playing this particular console like it was yesterday. It was all the rage during the 1990s! It is quite light, very easy to use, and cute buttons to irresistibly tap on. In my opinion, as it is already in 2010s, the Nintendo Gameboy is nothing but an "ancient treasure".
Pros: "Collectible", easy to use, quite light, portable, cute
Excerpt: The original Nintendo Game Boy is over twenty years old. My copy of gameboy used to belong to my aunt until he stopped playing on it and assumed it was broken and went to the more advanced consoles. For many years after the console's prime time was over it was used as a piece of decoration.
Pros: Really inspired a generation of game consoles .
Cons: Not really desired anymore and I lost the back of it .
Excerpt: If you, like me still enjoy playing on the gamecube and have a lot of gameboy games to play, this device is perfect. The Nintendo Gameboy Player offers what Super Gameboy did for Snes: they allow you to play your small gameboy games and play them on the big screen.
Excerpt: Loving my old Game Boy! Got it from my brother when I was little and it is still working despite its old age. I had to clean it every once in a while because it was full of dust but screwing it open is fairly easy even for a technical non-skilled woman like me.
Pros: long lasting, easy
Cons: is not sold anymore in stores, gets harder to buy replacements
Excerpt: The Game boy is the best-selling hand-held of all time. It was launched in the US and Japan in 1989 and in Europe in 1990. It has an LCD screen with a very simple controller of A, B, select, start and a direction pad.
Excerpt: My brother had a gameboy but got a gameboy colour for his birthday, i was given his gameboy the next month for my bithday, i got one game with it and that was the only original gameboy game i own to date. At the time it was a great console what with its non-colour screen not very good mono speaker.
Excerpt: I was 16 when I had a Gameboy given to me for joining a bank and opening an account, it cost nothing for the Gameboy, but £14.99 to open the bank account (Halifax). I found that was a good way of getting it as I had wanted one for ages, but my parents wouldn't get me one.
Excerpt: I bought my first Nintendo Gameboy around October 1991 (just to show how old this thing is now) with the pocket money I'd saved with the original intention of replacing my shagged out Raleigh Grifter XL bicycle with a brand spanking new Raleigh Lizard Mountain bike.
Pros: a classic console, MASSIVE selection of games
Cons: Current GB games no longer compatible, how on earth did I ever see the screen? black & white screen, not backlit .