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Check Out The Raspberry Pi Powered “GameBoy Zero”

Who remembers when the original Game Boy was released? Released by Nintendo back in 1996, the Game Boy was the first handheld gaming device for a lot of people and in recent years, people have looked…

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Run a Game Boy Emulator in Your Terminal

For many, the days of the terminal are long over, much like the original Game Boy. Now one developer has brought the two together, allowing those with nothing but a terminal to hand to pass the…

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The Nintendo Guitar Boy Mod is Sublime

Over the years, I’ve seen my fair share of outrageous custom guitars but the ‘Guitar Boy’ is a rockin’ retro-gaming masterpiece. This design was made by [Fibbef], an administrator on the BitFixGaming forum which was built as an…

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Artist Creates Jaw-Dropping Steampunk Nintendo Game Boy

Artist, Elise Siegwald has created a magnificent steampunk-inspired Nintendo Game Boy which can only be describe as a visual masterpiece. Throughout the Game Boy’s history, I’ve encountered a number of intriguing modifications but nothing comes close to technical…

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Beautiful Handheld Wooden Emulator Re imagines a Classic

The Raspberry Pi series has opened up a new frontier in the evolution of tech which has enabled a whole new generation of developers the option to efficiently and cost effectively power their creations. This device however, is…

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Retro Freak Console Plays All Your Vintage Games

Japanese tech company Cyber Gadget has developed a multi-platform games console that can play all your vintage games including, surprisingly, PC Engine titles. The Retro Freak is an all-in-one clone of every old gaming console you…

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“Happy Birthday To You” The Nintendo GameBoy Turns 25 Today!

It only seems like yesterday that I got the original GameBoy… ok no it doesn’t, I was only four years old when it was released, and I certainly wasn’t getting a brand new handheld games console…

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Dragon Quest Series To Arrive on iOS & Android

The Dragon Quest series, all eight of them to be more specific, will arrive to the two most popular mobile platforms, iOS and Android. This has been made public in a statement by Square Enix Japan…