I have extensively covered different ways to play Game Boy games on a proper television, from the Super Game Boy, it’s Japan-exclusive second version, and the Gamecube’s Game Boy Player. They’ve all got their pros and cons, but when it comes to playing original 8-bit handheld games on television, I gravitate towards using the Super […]
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Hi all! I just wanted to give you a heads up that I wrote a piece for the most recent issue of Retro Gamer Magazine. Here’s a very brief vlog to explain more!
Over the past few weeks, you’ve seen me take an incredibly in-depth look at the Super Game Boy and the Japanese-exclusive second version. But there is just one more piece of SGB. paraphernalia for me to cover. Introducing, the Super Game Boy Commander.
As part of my massive look at the Super Game Boy, I felt that it might be interesting to some of you if I posted footage of every single border and animation/screensaver that was built into the second edition of the Super Game Boy. So…here it is!
What is this strange blue cartridge? Well, it’s the second edition of one of the Super Nintendo’s best peripherals. Stay tuned and find out everything you need to know about the Super Game Boy 2.
In a bonus part of my Definitive Super Game Boy Guide, here are the secret credits from the peripheral. The Super Game Boy’s credits can only be seen with a secret cheat code: L, L, L, R, R, R, L, L, L, R, R, R, R, R, R, R Sure, you could type that code
Who needs the Nintendo Switch when you can play Game Boy games on the big screen! 95% of Nintendo related chatter these days is gravitating towards the Nintendo Switch. Being able to take games out with you on a portable system and then take them back home and play on the television is an excellent