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Classic!

Nintendo Game BoyPublished on 08/25/11 at 10:58
The Nintendo Gameboy is classic, bottom line! There hasn’t been another handheld gaming system that has changed the game the way that this system has. Nintendo was one of the first gaming systems, and the Gameboy might have been the first fully functional handheld game system. I have had my gameboy from almost 20 years now, and I still pull it out to play classic games such as Tetris.

Its amazing how a low bit game like this can still be played today especially with all of the powerful handhelds out today like Sony PSP and Gameboy 3d/ Advanced. But if you ask me Gameboy started all of this off right. There would be no PSP if there wasn’t a Gameboy many many years ago. The Nintendo...…
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The Nintendo Gameboy is classic, bottom line! There hasn’t been another handheld gaming system that has changed the game the way that this system has. Nintendo was one of the first gaming systems, and the Gameboy might have been the first fully functional handheld game system. I have had my gameboy from almost 20 years now, and I still pull it out to play classic games such as Tetris.

Its amazing how a low bit game like this can still be played today especially with all of the powerful handhelds out today like Sony PSP and Gameboy 3d/ Advanced. But if you ask me Gameboy started all of this off right. There would be no PSP if there wasn’t a Gameboy many many years ago. The Nintendo Game boy has paved he way for all of the current hand held gaming systems we use today and for all of the ones yet to come.

My parents got me my Nintendo Gameboy when I was young and of course have no regrets about it, I loved it then when I got it for Christmas and I love it now. I suggest for Nintendo Gameboy to come out with the exact same Gameboy again and do a release and I bet the sales will still sky rocket. Like they did with the Nintendo when they came out with it again just a different version and made some changes. They should do that with the Nintendo Gameboy and I guarantee all of the kids and adults will want to get it for the first time or for some of us for the second time around. Nintendo has always made quality products for years and years. Nintendo is a company that will be around for a long time and continue to make innovative gaming systems for users of all ages.
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DamMDamM

Nintendo Game BoyPublished on 09/11/05 at 05:53
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I liked him ..... But dipstick lost ...: '(
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folk punkfolk punk

Nintendo Game BoyPublished on 05/23/07 at 19:35
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In fact there are several soft "music" on GB, Little Sound DJ Solicitating which is a bar and squenceur with sounds of game boy (recess) I used the in my group of 8-bit.Excelent soft ...
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RavaillacRavaillac

Synthesizer 8-Bit

Nintendo Game BoyPublished on 12/16/13 at 10:28
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Game Boy DMG (Original) with Arduinoboy (Xiwi Electronics) and a blank cartridge welcoming MGB, no mod, which I use only for music, I sometimes use the Game Boy Camera for some sequences.

MGB can control the envelope of the Game Boy, which is connected MIDI (via Arduinoboy) to my Microkorg XL (which also handles the audio output of the console) which makes it a bit MIDI synth 8.

The Game Boy has 4 channels:

- 2 Pulse
- 1 wav
- 1 Noise (Drum or FX)
+ 1 Polyphony 3 ratings (assigning 2 pulse and wav to notes played) via MGB

I particularly aggressive synth sounds in this 8-Bit Nintendo, which is a bit my "SidStation the poor!" …
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Game Boy DMG (Original) with Arduinoboy (Xiwi Electronics) and a blank cartridge welcoming MGB, no mod, which I use only for music, I sometimes use the Game Boy Camera for some sequences.

MGB can control the envelope of the Game Boy, which is connected MIDI (via Arduinoboy) to my Microkorg XL (which also handles the audio output of the console) which makes it a bit MIDI synth 8.

The Game Boy has 4 channels:

- 2 Pulse
- 1 wav
- 1 Noise (Drum or FX)
+ 1 Polyphony 3 ratings (assigning 2 pulse and wav to notes played) via MGB

I particularly aggressive synth sounds in this 8-Bit Nintendo, which is a bit my "SidStation the poor!"
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  • Manufacturer: Nintendo
  • Model: Game Boy
  • Category: Electronic Games & Consoles
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2003

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