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5216ArticleJulieI remember the hype for the launch of the Game Boy Advance in the Nintendo Power magazine. They said that the new handheld is 32-bit and even though I thought the PlayStation had just become obsolete. Of course this hasn't been confirmed over the months. My first Game Boy Advance was the SP model with a pirate cartridge of Street Fighter Zero 2 (as always, pirate cartridges mimic the Japanese versions of the games) and I quickly got the flashcart of the time to have all the games I wanted at hand. Fortunately today I have a definitive version of the flashcart. Finished Pokémon Emerald and I still play on this handheld until today, especially Mario Kart Super Circuit. I had the Nintendo DS after purchasing the Sony PSP. I missed Nintendo's games so I bought the DSi XL model, also with a flashcart that I still have today. Almost finished Pokémon Black 2 and played a lot of Mario Kart DS, Chrono Trigger and all the Kirby and Sonic games for it. I really miss my Nintendo 3DS XL. Fortunately I kept its flashcart and all the games, now I just have to buy another model back. Again, I played a lot of Mario Kart 7 and Tomodachi Life (I miss my Mii) here. My congrats on the very well written and pleasant to read article. Just like the late and unforgettable magazines of the era of the great hype of video games. ❤The Nintendo Handheld Experience Part 2Jun 30, 2020View
5218ArticleBenjanime@Julie it sounds like you got some good mileage out of the handhelds as well ^^ i look forward to playing DS games on the DStwo :) @Mr Magic they're all classics, old and modern ^^The Nintendo Handheld Experience Part 2Jul 01, 2020View
5221ArticleMr MagicI even had a compilation of Namco classics. It had: Dig-Dug, Pac-Man 2, Galaga and Pole Position.The Nintendo Handheld Experience Part 2Jul 03, 2020View
5217ArticleMr MagicI've had a few games like Pokemon Emerald/Ruby, Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga. and NES titles like the original Castlevania and Donkey Kong.The Nintendo Handheld Experience Part 2Jun 30, 2020View
5224ArticleOldSchool80sFun memories! Thanks, as always, for sharing!Vintage WWF MerchandiseJul 05, 2020View
5222ArticleMr MagicWhen I was a kid, I had a Shawn Michaels figure. He wasn't in his "Heartbreak Kid" attire, but his "Rocker" attire.Vintage WWF MerchandiseJul 03, 2020View
5205ArticleDynoAirGreat write up! Accurate and thorough cross culture knowledge as well. Cheers.Making the anime nerd transitionMay 16, 2020View
5201ArticleJulieMost of the animes I watched were from Hanna-Barbera, also going through Topo Gigio, Barbapapa, Sesame Street among others from the 70s and 80s, such as Thundercats, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, He-Man and She-Ra, the fabulous Dungeons & Dragons, among many, many others. In 1989 I had my first Atari 2600, so the TV lost about 70% of the space it occupied in my leisure time. But when the Sega Genesis came home in 1991 (at the same time as the Power Rangers boom), I completely stopped watching TV and so I continue to this day. But Benjanime is introducing me to some gems that I lost along the way. He's great! ;) ❤Making the anime nerd transitionMay 14, 2020View
5203ArticleRick Ace RhodesThis brought back some memories Ben. I too would go too Suncoast to pick up all my anime. It's something that has been lost as technology has taken over.Making the anime nerd transitionMay 14, 2020View
5206ArticlepikachuloverI used to go to Suncoast for collectables. I got a Sailor Moon backpack there. They also sold manga there. Making the anime nerd transitionMay 17, 2020View