Nintendo has a reputation for getting it right on the second try, and the Game Boy Advance SP is no exception, improving on the original GBA with a secure clamshell design, a lighted screen, and a rechargeable battery. The only downside is the loss of a standard headphone jack, but that's a minor quibble when you consider that unlike the more advanced Nintendo DS, the GBA SP is also backwards compatible with the vast library of Game Boy and Game Boy Color games.
By including an illuminated screen, Nintendo has finally fixed the original Game Boy Advance's biggest flaw.
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The Gameboy SP was an amazing little device for all of my gaming needs during my preteens. I believe I held onto it for over five years before I traded it in. The portable device not only had the same...
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