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Zachary Perlmutter

On March 21, 2001, Nintendo finally released the Game Boy Advance in Japan. A 32-bit successor to the Game Boy and Game Boy Color, the handheld device was capable of technical prowess beyond that of a Super Nintendo. By the time the GBA made its way over to North America in June of that year, it was already poised to share the same market success as its predecessor. Yet three and a half years later, Nintendo DS appeared and largely took Nintendo’s first-party support with it. Making the leap to 32-bit Until the GBA’s release, portable gaming was still pretty […]

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