Summary: Ah the Game Boy Micro, easily one of the most overlooked and underrated systems ever released. This is a must buy for any handheld gamer. I was sceptical before buying this console about whether or not the screen would be too tiny, or if the games would be too hard to see.
Excerpt: Though I was aware of the Gameboy Micro's release in 2005, it seems like myself, no one really took any notice at all when it launched, obscured by the release of 2004's original Nintendo DS and Sony PSP.
Pros: Looks fantastic, Great battery life, amazing screen, huge library of games, cheap
Cons: Outdated, Non - Standardised Charger, Less than satisfactory speakers
A great little console perfect for playing games on the move.
30 April 2009
Excerpt: The Gameboy Micro was a release by Nintendo in late 2005. The console was a smaller, sleeker version of the Gameboy SP which in turn was an improvement on the Gameboy Advance. The console plays Gameboy Advance games; however it cannot play Gameboy Colour or original Gameboy games due to the lack of...
Excerpt: Although the Game Boy Micro will never be competing with the PS3 graphically speaking, in the fun to money ratio, it certainly will be. I got mine for £15 online at Amazon, which i think is a absolutely fantastic deal. If you love the SNES games of old, this will be the console for you.
Summary: sorry gameboy lovers but after using one of these i absolutley hate it. it felt cheap and, i know its micro, but it just felt too small for anyone with hands smaller then a childs. in the gameboy advance series the SP was the best
Summary: I have received mine from a friend. I have to agree with core2kid, the first thing i noticed (beside the size, buttons ...etc) was that the screen looked more brighter than my old gameboy advance.