In Japan, Nintendo released the Super Game Boy 2 for the SNES (Super Famicom). It allowed link cable support and more accurately matched the original Game Boy hardware.
Since the SNES could not run a good emulation of Game Boy ROMs, inside the Super Game Boy cartridge was basically the same hardware inside an actual Game Boy handheld.
Like most gamers, I enjoy most of the titles in the Mario series. While I’m not the hugest fan of golfing, I did enjoy the two Mario Golf games on N64 and Gamecube. I totally missed out on Mario Golf for Game Boy Color back in 1999. I heard fantastic things about it over theContinue reading “Things I Like: Mario Golf (GBC)”
I had the original Wario Land as a child and it was one of my favorite games on the Nintendo Game Boy. I had defeated the final boss and found all secrets in the game. I actually never had a Game Boy Color so I had to miss out on Wario Land II, though IContinue reading “Things I Hate: Wario Land II (GBC)”
I didn’t get into the Metal Gear series until Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes on Gamecube, so this Gameboy Color title totally passed me by. But in retrospect, Konami had a lot of guts to release such a title. Especially given the demographic and power of the platform. Despite what you might think, Metal GearContinue reading “Video Game History: Metal Gear Solid (Gameboy Color)”