|Nintendo Game Boy Advance System Fuchsia New in Box NIB Factory Sealed RARE Pink|
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|Nintendo Game Boy Advance Pink Handheld System With New Screen #1|
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Tacoma, WA, USA
|Nintendo Game Boy Advance Pink Handheld System Bundled w/ 2 Games|
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Powder Springs, GA, USA
|The Game Boy Advance features a 2.9 inch reflective TFT color LCD with a resolution of 240 x 160 pixels. Using 2 AA batteries, this handheld video game gives you up to 20 hours of gaming time. With this Nintendo Game Boy, you can connect 4 GBA systems simultaneously to enjoy thrilling multiplayer action. What’s more, this handheld video game comes with a PCM stereo sound system, to give you excellent background music and sound effects. This Nintendo Game Boy uses a 32-bit processor and can slip easily into your pocket. The Game Boy Advance’s huge library of games is sure to engage kids and adults, alike.|
|Product Name||Nintendo Game Boy Advance|
|UPC||045496712143, 046920699993, 074851081679|
|Power & Battery|
|Power Source Types||Battery Charger - external|
|Display Size||2.9 in.|
|Region Code||Region Free|
"Solid, compact design; extremely bright screen; removable long-lasting rechargeable battery; bargain price."
Still no standard headphone jack; tiny shoulder buttons; most games are skewed toward kids.
"Now that it has a brighter screen, Nintendo's Game Boy Advance SP is the budget champ for portable gaming."
Average review score based on 12 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
As for the color, it's my favorite.
As for the design, it fits well in your hand as compared to a smaller GBA SP. I bought it as a gift for my boyfriend when he complained the SP hurt his hands to play because it was so tiny. The buttons wear down easier than the harder plastic ones found on the GBA SP. And there is no front/backlight. This makes it very difficult to see the screen.
Afterburner or Halo Light mod kits are available to install a frontlight with easy instructions, and also cheaper worm lights that plug into the top (creating glare rather than even lighting), but it might be more cost effective to just buy a GBA SP.
Nintendo outdoes itself with the invention of the Advance line. Of course this system came out brand new when I was a kid about 10 years ago, but considering the ever interesting design, and the huge selection of games, I can't see it becoming outdated for many more years to come. Compared to the later SP model, it may be bigger and come without a back light, but it is much lighter to hold than either the SP or the Gameboy, pocket, or color.
The system easily fits into your hand and will not cause carpal tunel, it accepts two AA batteries, and the light is of course sold separately. There is also a wide variety of games that range from E to M.
Either for nostalgic purposes, or for a child's first handheld system. I highly recommend this system. A perfect 5/5 all round :)
It's a great system with a gargantuan selection of great games. I remember playing brand batteries out of the thing in 1 week on Super Mario World.
The value for this system is great, it's cheap and plays just as good as the newer GameBoy/DS systems, except for the frontlit screen. But Overall, it's an amazing system.
i bought it for my nostalgie memories. Screen has no light ,but i can play it under a light or day time. Batteries goes up to 8 hours. It is enough for time kill :) If you like 8-16 bit old games ,you can buy one of them.
I bought this product to play my old gameboy games and to also help my boyfriend be able to transfer his pokemon from game to game. I love this product its a gameboy and it allows me to play many different games from the different types of gameboys that have come up over the years leading to gameboy advance and color games. However i wish it would allow you to play game Ds but thats okay because the ds was after its time. It compares to others as in being very good, besides the gameboy Ds it is the best in my oppion because you can play any gameboy on it from back gameboy advance /color and so fouth back down the line.