A fresh out of the box new video from Did You Know Gaming has uncovered an intriguing unreleased Nintendo Game Boy frill 20 years after the fact. The gadget being referred to is known as the Page Boy, which would have been an extra cartridge adornment that you connected to the game port on the back. It fundamentally seems as though your Game Boy Color got a rucksack to heft around your duplicate of Pokémon Red. Be that as it may, the actual pack, assuming it had been delivered, would have been far beyond a cumbersome embellishment. It would have empowered proprietors to have online access, including the capacity to peruse on the web, the capacity to check email, and the capacity to send selfies using the similarly cumbersome however creative Game Boy Camera. The video reports the historical backdrop of the gadget’s turn of events and utilizations, the entire way to why it eventually was rarely delivered.
Unreleased Game Boy Accessory Revealed 20 Years Later In New Video
It’s a cool video that, while amazing in certain angles that we never got this, likewise checks out assuming you contemplate this set of experiences of Nintendo and the manner in which they used to do a ton of connection with The Internet from the beginning in Japan. The organization is answerable for the Satellaview, an adornment you could join to the Super Famicom (SNES) that would permit you to download games on the web, read web-based magazines, and even really look at the financial exchange. SO it just puts forth sense the organization would make an attempt to work everything out such that you had your own little satellite web hookup in a Game Boy Color to get to a similar sort of material any place you went. Indeed, it looks crude, however for those of us who survived the ascent of the web in the last part of the ’90s, we can verify that it wasn’t too refined the extent that show content, so the GBC would have been an ideal fit.